Canon PIXMA MP620 Wireless Setup

Canon PIXMA MP620

Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer with Copier and Scanner

Driver Canon PIXMA MP620 Series

The Canon PIXMA MP620 is an exceptional Wireless All-in-One Photo Printer for Wireless Print anywhere from inside your home via built-in WiFi. Want to print without a computer? Alternatively, the network through an Ethernet cable and print from a wired computer in another room. You can enjoy photo printing directly from a compatible memory card, preview and improve image quality on a 2.5″ LCD screen, even print from a compatible digital camera or camera phone, and Bluetooth devices via the optional Bluetooth BU-30 interface.

You will love the results of this MP620. The All-In-One printer is capable of producing durable 4″x6″ photographs with a spectacular 600 x 2400 dpi color resolution in just about 41 seconds. And with its new 5-color ink system ensures real-life color And more bold, Copies of black text documents will be more like your original documents, and your scanned results will produce exceptional 2400 x 4800 dpi color resolution results.

Canon MP620 Wireless Setup

Wi-Fi printing:
This feature is to print and scan wirelessly from any Wi-Fi enabled computer from your local network connection. This wireless printing requires a network with 802.11b/g/n wireless capability. You will need Computer Wi-Fi enabled, wireless router and wireless printer. And these three devices must be connected to the same wireless network connection.

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Initial Setup

Setting up additional computers

Finding you Network Key/Password

Re-establishing Printer Connection After A Network Change?

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