Canon MAXIFY MB2320 model printer is another member of the MAXIFY printer series that returns a great value on the user’s investment. In terms of the printer’s speed, it largely depends on the print mode and the complexity of the documents underprint. The print rate is up to 15.0 images per minute (ipm). On the flip side, black documents print at the speed of 23.0 ipm under similar conditions.
Canon MAXIFY MB2320 driver Downloads for Microsoft Windows 32-bit – 64-bit and Macintosh Operating System.
Supported Ink Cartridges: PGI-1200 Cyan Ink Cartridge, PGI-1200 Magenta Ink Cartridge, PGI-1200 Yellow Ink Cartridge, PGI-1200 Black Ink Cartridge
Canon MAXIFY MB2320 Printer Driver Downloads
Driver for Windows
Driver for Mac OS
Driver for Linux
Linux (32-bit), Linux (64-bit)
This machine also has 4352 nozzles, containing 1280 nozzles for black and 3072 nozzles for color documents. Anyway, it has a print resolution of up to 600 x 1200 dots per inch (dpi), which is also compatible with the PGI-1200 model for cyan, magenta, black and yellow colors. At the same time, it is consistent with the XL variety of printer cartridges. The standard paper sizes include photo sizes, legal, letter, and US envelopes.
This machine is also compatible with plain paper, high-resolution paper, and photo paper plus glossy II. Besides, it works with photo paper glossy, photo paper plus semi-gloss, photo paper pro luster, and matte photo paper. Similarly, the printer features include the advanced auto sheet feeder, document printing, Google Cloud Print app, quick toolbox, and wireless printing. It also has an output tray capacity that reaches 250 sheets of plain paper.
The lower cassette can also accommodate up to 250 sheets of plain paper. This same tray can accommodate up to 20 sheets of photo paper of 4 x 6 inches. While copying, the speed of work is about 12 seconds approximately at the FCT model. It can also zoom in or out within the range of 25 and 400% while supporting some other standard copying features. Download Canon MAXIFY MB2320 driver from Canon Website