It is a flagship model in Canon Pixma TS9120 consumer-grade photo all-in-one (AIO) inkjet printers. Similar to its counterparts, the Pixma TS8020 is e great option. The TS9120 is a six-ink machine which is designed to print mostly photographs, and it does t
hat quite impressively. It prints and copies documents well, but is slow when compared with its business-oriented likes, and it does not have an automatic document feeder (ADF). However, it has an outstanding output quality, larger display, and Ethernet compatibility at a decent price and it is a perfect choice as a consumer-grade photo and occasional document printer for home and family use.
The TS9120 is available in three colours of red, grey and gold. It is the highest-priced model in the series and consequently has the most of the features. It supports Ethernet, and it has a 5-inch colour touch-screen control panel.
While the other models in the list have very little features than the TS9120, the main difference between is that the lower model uses five inks and not six. The two extra inks are pigment black and photo blue. The pigment black gives a dark effect to the text and makes black areas in photos and graphics a more black and the photo-blue ink helps to increase definition by eliminating graininess and increases the colour range.
The TS9120 measures 5.6 x 14.7 x 12.8 inches (HWD), and it weighs about 14.7 pounds. It is small enough to be placed comfortably on the smallest of the desktops.
As paper handling is concerned, the TS9120 comes with two input trays, one in the front and one which extends out and up from the back of the chassis. Both of the drawers can hold up to 100 sheets of plain paper or 20 sheets of premium photo paper in the back tray.
Canon Pixma TS9120 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One is one of the best capable photos printer and a marginal office AIO because of the lack of an ADF, sluggish document printing and has high running costs.