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Google Cloud Print Supported On Canon PIXMA Printers

Canon has announced that selected models of its PIXMA printers now support Google Cloud Print Technology.

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Words by Emma Kay.

Canon has announced that its PIXMA printers now support Google Cloud Print.

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This technology allows driver free printing from a PC, tablet or select mobile devices to any Google Cloud Print ready printer.

 

Cloud Print will initially be supported on the PIXMA MG8250, MG6250 and the MX895. The technology allows easy printing from Google docs and Gmail.

 

For more information on the supported printers and using Cloud Print, visit Canon's website.


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3 Apr 2012 8:20AM
Nice service, I've had certain sharing issues with some other tools such as Google docs in the past, so I was looking for alternatives such as CollateBox but now I'll stick with some Google docs with such amazing features in it.

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