Canon Maxify MB2040 Printer Driver. Canon Maxify MB2040 print quality is evaluated by a panel of at least three experts. In the case of color printers, text documents, chart charts, A4 color photographs, and documents containing formatted text with graphics and photos in settings to the highest possible quality are considered. Among other things, the color, contrast and sharpness of the resulting product are monitored. The Canon Maxify MB2040 print speed is measured by measuring the time elapsed between entering the print job and the moment the printed sheets are output from the printer. Also the moisture resistance of photos and text documents is evaluated. Photos are tested in three ways after 24 hours of drying. On one tilted print, the water is spilled, the other is horizontally popped and then wiped with a paper wipe, the third is stained with water and left to dry overnight. The ease of handling is also reflected in the review. It identifies the initial installation and commissioning, the consistency and clarity of the enclosed instruction manuals, the processing of specified print commands (including format, color, or quality changes) as well as maintenance and removal of common problems (such as paper jams or ease of replacement of used cartridges).
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The new Canon Maxify MB2040 original cartridges are loaded in the printer to determine the printing costs according to the information in the device documentation. Printing takes place for as long as the printer permits, while informing about the down coming color is usually ignored. After the ink or toner is out of print, or if the printer refuses to print, the process is stopped. By comparing the weight of the new and used cartridges and counting the printed sheets, you can determine the amount of color needed to print one page. The resulting cost per page is calculated based on the average price of the content. Print costs are separately collected for text documents, charts and spreadsheets, and color photographs. Because some color printers can use color fill when printing in black and white, all cartridges are weighted at cost calculations for text documents. In the case of inkjet printers, additional ink consumption is also calculated for occasional use. A certain amount of ink is consumed by the printer during regular self-cleaning of the nozzles. The post-consumption test runs for several weeks. On certain days, the printer prints several pages and is turned off in the rest of the time. This simulates the common situation in households that do not need to print a larger number of sheets daily. Then the difference between occasional and frequent (continuous) printing is calculated.