It’s probably fair to say that printers are not the most exciting things in the world, but it’s also true that no matter how boring they may be, they’re something that we all need in our lives.
Whether you’re printing a flyer or something more official, printers are a necessary evil even in 2018, so why not save some money while you’re picking one up?
That’s the situation right now with the Canon PIXMA MG3620, a printer that is perfect for printing no matter what device you’re using thanks to support for Apple AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, NGC, Morris, and Canon Print. The printer itself is compact, meaning it won’t take up too much room on your desk.
The PIXMA MG3620 is a Wireless(1) Inkjet All-In-One printer that offers convenience and simplicity for all your printing needs. Print and scan from almost anywhere around the house with its wireless capability. Save time and money with great features such as Auto duplex printing and Mobile Device Printing.
If you need a printer right now, this is a great, no nonsense option. It won’t have some of the bells and whistles of a more costly alternative, but at less than $50, you’re unlikely to come across anything that can compete with this Canon when it comes to one of the most important factors of all – price.
Buy: Canon PIXMA Wireless All-In-One Color Printer with Mobile Printing from Amazon: $41.99 | Original price: $79.99
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