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Canon PIXMA G5020 Wireless MegaTank Single Function SuperTank Printer | Mobile & Auto 2-Sided Printing

Canon PIXMA G5020 Wireless MegaTank Single Function SuperTank Printer | Mobile & Auto 2-Sided Printing


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  • Canon MegaTank Printers have Integrated Ink Tanks that allow you to conveniently view and refill ink using the compatible GI-20 ink bottles. The GI-20 ink bottles feature a specialized nozzle designed to pour easily without spills or messes!
  • The PIXMA G5020 Wireless MegaTank Single Function Printer gives you an exceptional value with an ink savings of $1,175 with a full set of ink bottles included in the box plus two additional bonus black bottles for even more savings.(1)
  • Tired of replacing ink cartridges? Get over 30 times the amount of ink compared to equivalent standard ink cartridge sets.(1)
  • With an impressive high page yield, print up to 6,000 Black text pages or 7,700 Color pages per each full ink bottle set.(2)
Product Dimensions15.9 x 14.6 x 6.6 inches (40.4 x 37.1 x 16.8 cm)
Item Weight1 pounds (0.45 kg)
Item model number3112C002


The Canon PIXMA G5020 Wireless Mega Tank Single Function Printer is designed for those who need a high-volume printer for both documents and photos with a large paper capacity. With an ink savings of $1, 175 plus two additional bonus black bottles already in the box(1), the PIXMA G5020 provides value and efficiency. The PIXMA G5020 Mega Tank Wireless Printer features a high page yield of up to 6, 000 pages of black text or up to 7, 700 vivid color pages2, a combined 350 sheet plain paper capacity, and simple connectivity -allowing you to print large volume jobs from all of your devices. The PIXMA G5020 is a perfect Wireless Mega Tank Single Function Printer that can keep up with all of your home or office printing needs.

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Best ink tank printers 2021: top ten printers you can top up yourself

The most recent revolution to rock the world of inkjet printing is the advent of the refillable ink tank and it’s easy to see why. By moving away from expensive ink cartridges to bottled ink, you can save up to 90% on your consumables cost. Whether you are printing photos at home, color documents at college, or monochrome manuscripts in the office, we have rounded up the best supertank printers money can buy in 2021. 

Ink tank, or ‘supertank’ printers are simply inkjet printers that have swapped their disposable cartridges for onboard ink reservoirs that you can fill up with bottles of ink. As well as being much cheaper to buy, you can fit more of this bottled ink in the tank, which means less printer downtime. Canon’s MegaTank, Eposn’s EcoTank and HP’s Smart Tank systems all work in the same way and though the inks are incompatible between brands, they are all very easy to top up and all offer similarly dramatic savings. They all reduce the amount of waste plastic to the same degree too. 

In this rapidly expanding category, we have tested color and monochrome printers and included models deigned for home and business use. Large and small, affordable and expensive, our list considers all of the best refillable cartridge-free ink tank printers available in 2021.

Best ink tank printers at a glance

  1. Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5850
  2. Canon MAXIFY GX7050
  3. HP Smart Tank Plus 570
  4. Canon PIXMA GM4050
  5. Epson EcoTank ET-7750 
  6. Canon PIXMA G6050
  7. Epson EcoTank ET-M3170
  8. HP Smart Tank Plus 559
  9. Canon PIXMA G3560 
  10. Epson EcoTank ET-2760 (ET-2756 in UK)

1. Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5850

Top-end supertanker works for business


Category: Color all-in-one inkjet printer

Print speed: 32ppm (mono)

Paper capacity: 550 sheets

Paper size: up to A4

Weight: 17.8kg

Reasons to buy

+High paper capacity+Low running cost

Reasons to avoid

-High purchase price

As part of Epson’s Ecotank Pro line, the ET-580 is built for high productivity and aimed at the busy medium-sized office. There’s room for more than a ream of paper on board and it prints almost as quickly as a laser. It comes with plenty of ink (enough for 4,500 mono pages and 2,800 color) and laden with features. The robust ADF (automatic document feeder) can hold 50 sheets of A4 and photocopy both sides of the page automatically. Wi-Fi is built in with Wi-Fi Direct, AirPrint and every other wireless connectivity option covered. It’s all controlled by a user-friendly touchscreen interface that will save you time spent standing at the printer. In short, the Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5850 offers everything you could need in an office printer with the added attraction of rock-bottom running costs. 

2. Canon MAXIFY GX7050

Refillable 4-in-1 for the SMB


Category: All-in-one color inkjet printer

Print speed: 24ppm (mono)

Paper capacity: 500 sheets

Paper size: up to A4

Weight: 13kg

Reasons to buy

+Twin paper drawers+Low running cost

Reasons to avoid

-High purchase price-Slower than a laser

The Canon MAXIFY GX7050 comes in at the top of Canon’s refillable MegaTank product line promising high productivity and plenty of office-friendly features for the small to medium sized business. It’s a smart-looking four-in-one with color printing, scanning, copying and faxing covered. There are two deep paper trays capable of holding 250 sheets of A4 each and enough ink from a single set of bottles to print uр tо 14,000 color раgеѕ, оr uр tо 6,000 black and white. Wi-Fi is built in with every wireless protocol from AirPrint to Google Cloud Print catered for. Being an inkjet, it can print on a diverse range of blank media including glossy photo paper.  

3. HP Smart Tank Plus 570

Smart Tank small-in-one


Category: Color all-in-one inkjet printer

Print speed: 11ppm (mono)

Paper capacity: 100 sheets

Paper size: up to A4

Weight: 6.2kg

Reasons to buy

+Low running cost+Strong wireless connectivity

Reasons to avoid

-Limited paper capacity-No auto duplex

The HP Smart Tank Plus 570 is a compact all-in-one printer aimed at the home office that has the added benefit of refillable ink tanks. It is well-equipped dual-band Wi-Fi compatible with AirPrint and Google Cloud Print and a 35-sheet automatic document feeder. Duplex printing is manual, so you have to turn the page over yourself to print both sides, but the value for money offered by the cartridge-free ink system makes it worth consideration. Enough bottled ink is included in the box for 12,000 black and white pages or up to 8,000 color. 

4. Canon PIXMA GM4050

Mono MegaTank makes a lot of sense


Category: All-in-one mono inkjet printer

Print speed: 13ppm

Paper capacity: 250 + 100 sheets

Paper size: A4

Weight: 9.2kg

Reasons to buy

+Lots of ink in box+35-sheet ADF

Reasons to avoid

-Not for photo paper-Not Mac compatible

The Canon PIXMA GM4050 is a fully featured black and white all-in-one aimed at the small office. Where a monochrome cartridge printer would not make economic sense, a MegaTank printer does because the running costs are so low and the purchase price is also made more competitive by streaming the design. It is actually upgradable to color, by adding a tricolor cartridge, but if you can get away with printing only in mono and you you don’t ever use a Mac (it’s not at all Apple-friendly) then this competent printer will save you money.

Read the full review:Canon PIXMA GM4050

5. Epson EcoTank ET-7750

Expensive EcoTank delivers economical prints


Category: All-in-one color inkjet printer

Print speed: 13ppm (mono)

Paper capacity: 250+100 sheets

Paper size: A3

Weight: 9.2kg

Reasons to buy

+Vibrant A3 photos+Lots of ink in box

Reasons to avoid

-High purchase price-Large footprint

It looks a little ungainly with the refillable ink tanks ruining the symmetry of this otherwise compact A3 all-in-one, but it’s the refined EcoTank system that sets this model apart from the competition. If you can swallow the high price tag, your ongoing ink costs will be very low and Epson’s five-color printing guarantees excellent image quality, especially with photos on photo paper. The box includes a remarkably generous ten bottles of ink which will keep you printing for the next 3,600 photos.

Read the full review:Epson EcoTank ET-7750

6. Canon PIXMA G6050

MegaTanks make this costly inkjet a bargain


Category: 3-in-1 color inkjet printer

Print speed: 13ppm (mono)

Paper capacity: 250 sheets

Paper size: A4

Weight: 8.1kg

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Supertank printer

CISS printer

Supertank printers are a type of continuous ink system (CISS) inkjet printer. Supertank printers differ from traditional inkjet printers in that the printhead is connected via a tube system that draws ink from high-capacity ink tanks, which are filled and refilled via high-capacity ink bottles, eliminating the need for ink cartridges. Cost-per-page (CPP) can be significantly lower than traditional cartridges, as replacement ink bottles contain enough ink to print thousands of pages, and typically cost under $20.[1]

Supertank printhead types[edit]

Supertank printers come in two different configurations: fixed (permanent) printheads and disposable printheads. Each configuration has its own advantages and disadvantages.

Fixed printheads[edit]

Fixed printheads are a permanent printhead that is designed to last for the life of the printer. Because it does not need to be replaced every time it exhausts its ink supply, ink costs can be lower and the printhead itself can be more precise than a disposable one, typically requiring no calibration.

On the other hand, if a fixed printhead is damaged, obtaining a replacement can become expensive, and removal and replacement of the head is not always possible. If the printhead cannot be removed, the printer itself would need to be replaced.

Fixed-printhead consumer supertank printers are manufactured primarily by Epson.[citation needed]

Disposable printheads[edit]

Disposable printheads use a printhead that is part of a replaceable ink cartridge. Every time a cartridge is exhausted, the entire cartridge and printhead are replaced. This adds to the cost of consumables and makes it more difficult to manufacture a high-precision head at a reasonable cost, but also means that a damaged or clogged printhead is only a minor problem: the user can simply buy a new cartridge. Canon now uses (in most models) replaceable printheads which are designed to last the life of the printer, but can be replaced by the user should they become clogged.


  • Printing costs are lower with the use of low-cost replacement ink bottles vs. ink cartridges.[1]
  • The convenience of printing thousands of pages with fewer interruptions to replenish ink.
  • As an inkjet printer, it dispenses ink droplets at a very high speed, which allows for a relatively long distance between the printhead and the substrate, and a high drop-ejection frequency, allowing for high-speed printing.[citation needed]
  • The reduction of waste due to the elimination of used cartridges and their packaging.[2]


  • The initial cost to purchase is generally higher than cartridge printers, which often follow the razor and blades model of selling the printers at or below cost to generate later sales of proprietary cartridges.


EcoTank by Epson[citation needed] and MegaTank by Canon[3] are examples of supertank printers. Epson’s EcoTank printers first came to the U.S. market in 2015, while Canon released the Megatank in 2017.[citation needed]



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