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Think about your ink
How much printing are you doing at home? The PIXMA ENDURANCE G2600 is a multi-tasker’s dream printer. Delivering on the best of PIXMA’s Multi-Function features such as Print, Copy & Scan – with ink tanks that hold Canon’s pigment inks, it never fails to deliver quality, crisp text and stunning documents.
Bigger ink tanks, mean more pages
It’s simple really, the G2600 can deliver up to 7,000 colour pages and up to 6,000 black and white pages1 on A4. How do you get so much ink? Every PIXMA ENDURANCE G2600 comes with 4 integrated ink tanks and 4 ink bottles – which you can simply fill and then start printing. You can also purchase refill bottles to top up when you run out – maintaining a low cost per print.
More Ink, means more pages
Deliver up to 7,000 colour pages and up to 6,000 black and white pages printed on A4. With 4 integrated ink tanks and 4 ink bottles you can simply fill and then start printing.
Ink isn’t just an add on
Canon PIXMA prides itself on design, that’s why we just haven’t attached the ink tanks to the side of the printer, but integrated it into the design. This will ensure that your new PIXMA G2600 can fit into any home or home office environment
Easy to use Ink Bottles
Designed for ease of use, the ink bottles come with an easy one-step handling process that removes all fuss and mess with a special ink bottle nozzle that reduces spillage.
The hybrid system of pigment and dye inks produce high quality documents with darker, sharper black text and vibrant colours. Not to mention the ability to showcase your images with borderless prints up to A4 size.
Rest assured with Canon quality and reliability in the components of the printer, utilising the latest FINE technology in the printer and the ink supply system.
Auto Power On/Off
Experience smart power management with the Auto Power Off setting, which automatically turns the printer off when it has been idle for a specified period of time. It will also automatically switch itself on when it is time to print, saving energy costs.