Canon Australia polled more than 500 Australian students in high school and tertiary institutions (including university and TAFE) on their study habits and academic standing in September 2015 – a whopping 93% currently studying for exams experience problems while studying online, especially with the ubiquity of social media today.

With our ability to disconnect and focus being increasingly challenged, how should students study for exam success?

Our downloadable Study Guide has been created to provide you with helpful tips from education experts and top-performing students.

Canon PIXMA Study Guide - Paper is better than screen

Why the Canon PIXMA MG5660 is the perfect Studying companion?

Study better with PIXMA - Study-a-thon - MG5660

Quality Printing Assured

  • No matter if it is text or pictures you will get superb quality with 4800x1200 dpi print quality.
  • It won’t slow you down reaching speeds of 12.6 ipm (pages per minute) in black and white.

Easily Scan and Copy

  • Copy at a push of a button in approx. 20 seconds – you don’t need a computer!
  • Scan to PC or email attachment – helping you file or share your notes.
  • A simple 2.5 inch screen helping you interact with your printer.

Keeping you Connected

  • Wi-Fi – connecting to your PC and Smartphone devices.
  • Apple Air Print and Google Cloud Print - Save your documents to your cloud or smartphone and print direct when you get home.
  • Use the Canon Print PIXMA/SELPHY App easy mobile printing.

Save Time and Money

  • XL (extra large) ink tanks available – saving you on cost per print.
  • Auto On and Off function.
  • Quick start – print soon after you turn it on.
  • A full set of inks is included – so you can start printing straight away!


  1. Ink droplets can be placed with a pitch of 1/4800 inch at minimum.
  2. Document print speeds are the averages of ESAT in Office Category Test for the default simplex mode, ISO/IEC 24734. Photo print speed is based on the default setting using ISO/JIS-SCID N2 on Photo Paper Plus Glossy II and does not take into account data processing time on host computer. Print speed may vary depending on system configuration, interface, software, document complexity, print mode, page coverage, type of paper used etc.
  3. Copy speeds are the average of sFCOT and sESAT, ISO/IEC 29183. Copy speed may vary depending on document complexity, copy mode, page coverage, type of paper used etc. and does not take into account warming up time.
  4. Copy: When copying ISO/JIS-SCID N2 (printed by inkjet printer) on A4 size plain paper using default settings. Specifications are subject to change without notice.

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