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Canon PIXMA G5040

Stretch uptime and trim costs with a hassle-free refillable ink tank printer


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    Integrated ink tanks

    4 high-yield refillable ink tanks

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    High page yield

    Up to 18,000 pages from 3 black ink bottles or 7,700 pages from a set of colour inks*.

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    350-sheet capacity

    Large plain paper capacity

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    Full connectivity

    Ethernet and Wi-Fi

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    Get complete control with the Canon PRINT app (iOS and Android)

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    Top quality, full speed

    Print sharp black text and vivid borderless photos in sizes up to A4

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    Easy control

    Enjoy easy usability and control via the 2-Line mono LCD

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    Auto 2-Sided Printing

    Save time with automatic duplex printing

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What's In The Box

All the tools you need to start high-volume printing at a lower running cost.

  • Canon single function refillable ink tank printer – PIXMA G5040

  • 6 high-yield ink bottles (3x Black and 1x C/M/Y)

  • Power cord

  • Setup CD-ROM

  • Manuals and other documents

Get more from your Canon printer

From social media and cloud printing to scrapbooks and pop-up cards. Explore your creativity with our Canon Print App and Creative Park software.

Canon PIXMA G5040
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  1. * Page yield of ink bottle used for initial setup is lower than the replacement as a certain amount of ink is consumed to fill the print head during setup. Page yield is the estimated value based on Canon's individual test method using the ISO/IEC 24712 colour chart and continuous printing simulation with the replacement ink bottles after initial setup.
    Black and colour page yields are not to be combined.
    Page yield varies significantly depending on contents printed and other factors.

    ** Measured by international standards in default mode. During successive printing, the printer may slow down the operation to prevent the internal temperature from rising.