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Canon Launch Three New PIXMA Printers

Canon Launch Three New PIXMA Printers - Canon have launched three design focused PIXMA printers, the iP7250, the MG5450 and the MG6350.

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Canon IP7250 AS AngleShot Sample
Canon Pixma iP7250

Canon has announced the launch of three new premium PIXMA printers that produce photo-lab quality prints at home and boast advanced design features, the PIXMA iP7250, PIXMA MG5450 and PIXMA MG6350.

Canon PIXMA iP7250 Key Features
  • High performance 5-ink photo printer with Wi-Fi
  • Fast photolab quality printing
  • Low-profile design with integrated paper trays
  • Tablet & Smartphone ready
  • My Image Garden software
  • Direct Disc Print & Auto Duplex
  • Print more with optional XL inks
Canon MG5450 AS AngleShot Sample
Canon PIXMA MG5450

Canon
PIXMA MG5450 Key Features
  • High performance 5-ink Photo All-In-One
  • Internet printing with PIXMA Cloud Link
  • Low profile, stylish design
  • Tablet & Smartphone ready
  • Fast, quality printing
  • My Image Garden software
  • Direct Disc Print & Auto Duplex
  • Print more with optional XL inks
Canon MG6350 AS AngleShot Sample WH
Canon PIXMA MG6350

Canon PIXMA MG6350 Key Features
  • Premium 6-ink Photo All-In-One
  • Internet printing with PIXMA Cloud Link
  • Intuitive touch panel with 8.8cm touch screen
  • Low-profile, stylish design in black or white
  • Tablet & Smartphone ready
  • My Image Garden software
  • Direct Disc Print & Auto Duplex
Joining Canon’s All-in-One Photo printer range are the MG5450 and MG6350, two high-performance PIXMA devices which feature fast print speeds, the option of cost-saving high capacity XL inks, and enhanced connectivity for printing around the home. Also launching is the new PIXMA iP7250, a document and photo printer replacing the iP4950, with faster print speeds and Wi-Fi connectivity. The iP7250 also supports tablet and smartphone printing.

All three new PIXMA printers have been designed with the living environment in mind. Low-profile in design and featuring two front-loading paper trays, the new printers can easily be stored and used in tight spaces, such as on shelves in rooms where space is at a premium. The two trays also make it easier to switch between printing documents and photos, by enabling two different paper sizes to be loaded simultaneously.

The latest PIXMA printers have been designed to be even easier to use. The MG6350, for example, features a large 8.8cm colour touch-screen display that combines with Canon’s Intelligent Touch System, which is integrated into the surface of the printer, for easy and intuitive, light-guided touch operation.

The new printers also feature Auto Power Off, an energy saving function that allows the PIXMAs to automatically switch off if left idle for a set amount of time. For added convenience, Auto Power On turns the printer on automatically when a print job is sent to it, particularly useful when printing wirelessly.

The three printers will be available from November 2012. The PIXMA iP7250 will be £79.00, the PIXMA MG540 will be £129.00, and the PIXMA MG 6350 will be £169.00. For more information, visit the Canon website.

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JackAllTog e2
5 3.5k 58 United Kingdom
17 Sep 2012 11:45AM
Some nice A4 additions to the printer range.

It looks like they use yet another set of new ink tanks though :-(

Standard Ink Cartridges 5 individual ink tanks
PGI-550PGBK (Pigment Black)
CLI-551BK (Black)
CLI-551C (Cyan)
CLI-551M (Magenta)
CLI-551Y (Yellow)

If canon ink were cheaper I'd really print loads more.

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9 Aug 2013 12:04PM
Well I print with compatible ink cartridges for my MG5440. I buy some from a company called Cobra Inks and they haven't let me down yet. I print a lot of pics out, and the quality is virtually the same as the canon ink cartridges. If you're unsure about going for compatibles, give them a try! www.cobrainks.com

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