Canon Printer MX495 Drivers Mac, Windows, Linux
Canon PIXMA MX495
Canon PIXMA MX495 Reviews – Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Printers that is ideal for you to use at home can print, copy, scan and fax easily, with this Canon MX495 you also connect to the internet with Wi-Fi all-in-one. And you can share the functionality between multiple devices, including smartphone or tablet. PIXMA MX495 Canon style with a variety of features, ultra small can also save space.
PIXMA MX495 Driver Printers can provide high-quality prints and fast printing on 8.8 ipm (mono) and 4.4 ipm (color) as well as provide a large print resolution up to 4800 dpi detail level. If you want to print and scan to a smartphone or tablet PIXMA MX495 features support with Apple iOS and Android devices. While the print via wireless from your iPhone, iPad and iPod Touch you can use Apple’s AirPrint.
MX495 PIXMA Canon also comes with Google Cloud Print so you can print directly from a mobile device without having to join the network thanks to the Wi-Fi access point mode. In addition, the PIXMA Cloud links allow you can print in a matter of seconds from Twitter, Facebook or Online Albums.
Thanks to the support of optional XL cartridges MX495 this can give you more page significant, you long to replace the ink, the ideal time saver if you want to print often and can even give you more save up to 30% per page compared to other equivalent standard printer.
Requirements Operating System Compatibility as follows:
Support for Windows:
Windows 10 / Windows 8.1 / Windows 8 / Windows 7 / windows Vista / Windows XP
Support for Mac OS
Mac OS X 10.12 Sierra / Mac OS X v10.11 El Capitan / Mac OS X v10.10 Yosemite / Mac OS X v10.9 Mavericks / Mac OS X v10.8 Mountain Lion / Mac OS X v10.7 Lion
Support for Linux
Debian Packagearchive, Source file, rpm Packagearchive
Drivers are required to enable the connection between the printer and computer products. Here you will find some of the driver and an explanation of the applicable compatibility of each product operating system you are using.