The Canon Pixma TR4520 Wireless All-In-One Printer may have some slower than average print speeds, but you\u2019ll have a really hard time arguing with the results. You can even manipulate and scan images via your phone. If you\u2019re looking for an excellent companion piece for your normal document printer, you\u2019ve found one. It\u2019s one of the reasons we consider it a best printer for screen printing, a best printer for chromebook, and a best printer for heat transfers\r\n\r\nWhy We Like It - Canon PIXMA TR4520\r\nThe Canon Pixma TR4520 produces exceptional quality prints while being packed with a ton of useful features like scan utility for Windows and Mac and compatibility with Amazon Alexa. It makes a great companion to your smart home and can be used for all your light home office printing needs.\r\n\r\nSpeed\r\nThe Canon Pixma TR4520 Wireless Printer is rated for a print speed of 8.8ppm for monochrome pages and 5ppm for color pages which averages to about 6.9ppm. Admittedly, it\u2019s not the fastest printer in the world, but it should still suffice for some light home office use. But if you do need something faster because you won\u2019t be using a printer much at home, consider the HP OfficeJet Pro 9015.\r\nPrint Quality\r\nThe Canon Pixma TR4520 Printer Driver is yet another example of how a home Canon printer is tough to beat when it comes to imaging. Business graphics look terrific, photos come out stunning and vibrant (especially on glossy photo paper), and text documents are easily readable down to the smallest font point. But this is a printer especially designed for photo printing, so it shouldn\u2019t come as too much of a surprise. You can also check out the HP Designjet T120 for another great example.\r\nEfficiency\r\nThe Canon Pixma TR4520 Inkjet Printer does have some higher than average print costs. Factoring in the price of a black ink cartridge and other color ink cartridges, the results are about 8.7 cents per page for monochrome pages and 18.7 cents for color pages. What\u2019s worse, there\u2019s no compatible Canon alternative to HP\u2019s Instant Ink program to get discounts on ink types. If you\u2019re looking to save on ink toner, consider the Brother Inkjet Printer MFC-J985DW.\r\nAdvanced Features\r\nThe software bundle includes scan utility for both Windows and Mac OS X operating systems as well as the ability for wireless printing and the manipulation of images via your Apple or Android device with the Canon Print App. One feature it does lack, though, is wi-fi direct if your wireless network does go down. However, it does support auto-duplexing. And not just on plain paper, but on photo paper plus glossy paper too. You don\u2019t see this on printers very often.\r\nValue\r\nThe Canon Pixma TR4520 allows you to print, scan, and do all the other fun things you think a modern printer should do. It sports a 100 sheet paper tray and an automatic document feeder that can support 20 sheets of letter-size paper. Canon has also begun to include smart home capabilities with their printers, and so the Canon Pixma TR4520 is also compatible with Amazon Alexa.\r\nCanon PIXMA TR4520 Wrap Up\r\nJudging by the smaller paper tray and very high running costs, the Canon Pixma TR4520 is meant to be a low-volume printer. But that doesn\u2019t mean it doesn;t have its perks. Duplexing is supported, which saves you extra money on paper, and if you don\u2019t mind the slow speeds because you don\u2019t print too much anyway it can make an excellent home office printer too.