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Canon PGI-220 Ink Tank in Retail Packaging-Black

Canon PGI-220 Ink Tank in Retail Packaging-Black

This Pigment Black Ink Tank produces professional document quality with crisp, smudge-resistant text. Designed with FINE (Full Photolithographic Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology, your prints will realize added sharpness, detail and quality. Plus, when printing with genuine Canon inks and photo papers the ChromaLife100+ system gives you beautiful, long-lasting photos. The Smart LED system features a lit Canon logo so you know when the ink tank is installed correctly. Plus, these individual ink tanks can help reduce waste and save you money by only replacing the color that runs out.

  • Large capacity pigment ink tank for superior text quality
  • Individual ink tank system increases efficiency
  • Easy replacement
  • Smart LED with Canon logo

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Question by Kassi: How do I connect my Canon printer to my Compaq laptop?
have a Canon PIXMA MP190 series printer and I want to connect it to my Compaq laptop. I don’t think that my printer is wireless but I want to be able to print wirelessly. But when I try to add a printer, I can’t find the MP190 in the list. If you could help, please let me know.

Also I’m not very good with tech stuff, so please have the answers in layman’s terms. Thanks a lot. :)

Best answer:

Answer by Shortkut
If you printer does not have wireless it you can’t print wirelessly. Try downloading the software that came with the printer (CD) or going to www.canon.com and finding the software.
1. Download the software
2. Connect your computer with the printer (with the cable)
3. Turn on your printer
4. It should recognize it automatically

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What customers say about Canon PGI-220 Ink Tank in Retail Packaging-Black?

  1. 127 of 128 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Great product, but uses too much ink. Use this trick to save $$, January 7, 2011
    Lone Shopper (Utopia, USA) –

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    I didn’t want to take any chances buying another brand (or refilled non-brand). These ink cartridges are expensive, though, and just a few changes in your print settings can double the lifespan.

    When on regular print settings, I noticed the paper was saturated in ink & the cartridge used up in no time. So, I changed the printing preferences to “grayscale” and “fast printing”. This uses about half the ink and looks just fine to me. In fact, I prefer it because the printed copy comes out dry instead of wet with ink (that then needs to dry and could actually smudge).

    Printing in grayscale also saves the other colored inks — especially when printing coupons or anything else that doesn’t require high-quality printing. To further save on ink & avoid printing unnecessary stuff (like logos and advertising on various websites), you can change your print options to “print only the selected frame”.

    Lastly, when the printer tells you the ink cartridge is empty and needs to be replaced — just press the “ok” button on the printer and keep doing so it until your ink truly does run out. I was able to print out an additional 25 pages last time.

    Happy printing :-)

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  2. 83 of 87 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    3 pack is the way to go, February 24, 2009
    Tony Goodhew “TonyG” (Renton, WA USA) –

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    I have a Canon MP 620 printer which I think is a great device but it does tend to use a lot of ink (or maybe I just print a lot) so having the 3 pack makes it easy to be ready for when I need to.

    What I’ve found works for me is to get the 3 pack of the PGI-220 and then the color ink (Canon 2946B004 CLI-221 4 Color Value Pack (Black/Cyan/Magenta/Yellow)) in the 4 pack and finally deal with any intermediate outages through an individual purchases.

    This means I have replacements for all the ink as needed and never have to urgently get some.

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  3. 44 of 47 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars
    Lasts a REALLY long time!, September 21, 2009
    J. Freund (Verona, WI USA) –

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    This review is from: Canon PGI-220 Ink Tank in Retail Packaging-Black (Office Product)

    I picked up a Canon MP620 as a new all-in-one for my printing needs at college. I prefer having paper in my hands to read assignments; it’s easier to read than a computer screen and it gives me the ability to highlight important points. My Epson Stylus CX6000 wasn’t getting the job done; the ink “ran out” too fast.

    After printing about 350 pages or so in a month’s worth of mostly black and white printing (yeah, it’s a lot!), the Canon MP620 started to complain about running out of the PGI-220 ink. I rushed to buy this cartridge, fearing that I might run out of ink before it arrived. Well, it “ran out” soon after I got the cartridge. And… it’s still printing just fine.

    A great thing about the printer this ink cartridge runs on: you have the option to keep printing even after the cartridge’s microchip estimates that the ink has run out. My old Epson printer did not give me that option, even though I knew ink was still left inside. 100 pages after “running out,” the old cartridge is still running strong; I haven’t even opened the replacement yet!

    Long story short, you’re definitely getting more out of your cartridge here than the microchip tells you. Just keep printing until it no longer prints! It’s safe to say that you can get at least 500 pages out of this black cartridge, easy! The price you pay is nothing compared to the mileage you get out of this cartridge. Great value!

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  4. A MP190 is not a wireless printer. You have to use the cord provided and plug it into your laptop. I own this printer. Do not really use it often but think it is OK for what I paid for it. Hope this helps. Good Luck.

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