Back in the days, a “scan to e-mail” option was completely rare within the segment of affordable printers, but Canon changed that trend and presented the Pixma MG3520 unit, which not only brought the mentioned function to us folks who couldn’t cash out more then $150 for a printer, but it also presented some other neat features, focusing especially on the digital and photo enthusiasts between us.
The Canon Pixma MG3520 offers a lot, but a PDF manual is essential for learning the tricks
For me personally, the “scan to e-mail” feature was one of the most useful tools, but let’s not forget that this little powerhouse also featured a max color resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi – combine that with the Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology, the red-eye correction feature and high quality printing paper – and you have covered most of your photo printing needs with a device which costed less then 200 dollars. Also one of the reasons why this model was quite popular is the support for the Apple AirPrint functionality, and also covering their competitor Google Cloud Print. As a cherry on top, the full operational power consumption goes well below 20 Watt, with a simple Quite Mode and less then 0.3 Watt of usage within his “sleeping period”.
Now, we can understand that most of the non-techie users can feel overwhelmed with all of this talk, and are probably left behind, but Canon took good care of the Canon Pixma MG3520 PDF manual and covered each and every feature of the device in it, and you can download it on their official website, through this link: https://www.usa.canon.com/internet/portal/us/home/support/details/printers/inkjet-multifunction/mg-series-inkjet/mg3520