Canon BJ 20 Review

Canon BubbleJet 20 Monochrome Printer

Canon BubbleJet 20 Monochrome Printer

The sleek Canon BJ-20 Printer is a unique printer, designed to be portable.  This early model will fold conveniently down and slide into a carrying case about the size of a laptop when ready to move to the next place of business.  This printer will be able to produce documents and graphics with resolutions up to 720 x 360 dpi and at speeds up to 2 pages per minute.  This device comes with one individual Canon Ink cartridge, which automatically realigns when replaced for simple replacement.  Since this printer is an earlier model, it features a parallel cable and power pack for connectivity and configuration to computers.

The Canon BJ 20 ink cartridges will eject Thermal Monochrome inkjets for printouts that are more resistant to water and smudging.  Additionally, printing onto different types of media, including presentation paper, labels, cards, and envelopes is easy with an Automatic Sheet Feeder allowing you to take control of the paper being printed on.  And before printing, make sure to select the correct paper size so the paper being printed on is centered.  Being a portable printer, this item also come with a carrying case for easier transportation.

For additional savings, owners can purchase affordable ink for Canon in the form of Remanufactured cartridges.  Each Remanufactured ink cartridge will meet or exceed the Original Equipment Manufactured cartridges, yielding up to 450 page printouts.  The best value being offered is the Remanufactured Canon BC02 / BC01 Black ink cartridge for individual purchase.  Also available are the OEM cartridges in the Genuine Canon BC02 Black ink cartridge.

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