Canon Pixma TS9120 Review

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Updated November 10, 2022
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The Canon Pixma TS9120 is a great addition to your workspace if you intend to do frequent photo printing. This high-performing printer allows you to use filters on your pictures and allows you to print borderless photos. It has front and rear paper support and a CD, DVD, or Blu-Ray printing slot. Its all-in-one print, scan & copy functionality makes it one of the best all-in-one printers you can buy

Why We Like It – Canon Pixma TS9120

The Canon Pixma TS9120 is an all-in-one printer that allows you to do quality printing, copying, scanning, or faxing from your home office. It comes with a 5.2-inch touchscreen, uses six individual ink cartridges for each color, and supports flash memory through its memory card slot. Go through this TS9120 review to learn what else this photo printer can do. For large-scale printing, read our Canon Pixma G6020 MegaTank All-in-One Printer review. Additionally, the Brother Laser color printer is a great option if you need to print high volumes but don’t need all-in-one functionality.

Pros
  • 5-inch touchscreen
  • Auto duplex printing
  • Individual ink cartridges
Cons
  • No physical buttons
  • No refillable ink tank system

Performance

The TS9120 wireless printer churns out a healthy 11.1 pages per minute for a text-only document and 3.4 pages per minute for a colored document which is faster than the HP OfficeJet 3830. The printer is also snappy when printing photos, producing 3.4 pages per minute for a high-resolution picture, as long as the photo paper is slotted in with the glossy side facing up. When printing two-sided documents, it averages 3.1 pages per minute. Its colors also come out accurate and well-saturated. The Pixma TS9120 is also equally fast when copying or scanning both text-only and color documents, maintaining a high print quality all through. If you are looking for a wireless printer that doesn’t have a touch screen, check our Canon TS5120 review.

Design

The Pixma TS9120 is smaller than the Brother Monochrome Laser Printer and comes in all black or with either grey, red or gold accents. Its rectangular box-shaped design doesn’t take up a lot of your desk space. The Canon Pixma TS9120 is fully operated through its 5-inch colored touchscreen interface, save for its power button to switch it on & off. Connectivity is also a priority with this Canon Pixma, as it supports a wide range of print apps. They include PictBridge, Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Mopria Print Service, and the Canon Print App for mobile printing. The panel on which the touchscreen lies also hinges up when printing for the paper output. You’ll find this similar feature on another printer, which you can read about in our Epson Expression XP-640 review.

Value

The Canon Pixma TS9120’s individual ink cartridges allow you to replace them one by one, unlike the HP Envy 5055, which relies on tri-color cartridges. With this Canon printer, you’d need to decide which capacity level you’re going to go for to get the best overall value. There are three size variants – standard, XL, and XXL. The bigger the size, the less expensive it is. The standard cartridges average out at 7.8 cents per text page and 19.8 cents per color print, while XXL slashes the cost down to 7.1 cents per text page and 17.2 cents per page for color prints.

Canon Pixma TS9120 Wrap Up

The 5.2-inch touchscreen may be worrying to some users due to the fear that it might fail or be unresponsive, but our tests proved that it is beyond reproach. If the touchscreen fails to work, you can turn to the Canon Print app that allows you to print from your mobile device. All in all, the Canon Pixma TS9120 is a reliable business tool that gets your paperwork done and remains an amazing choice for the amount of value it has to offer.

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