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Canon Pixma MP250
Ilse Jurriën : August 19th 2009 - 22:30 CET
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CanonCanon Pixma MP250 All-in-One printer : Canon has announced the availability of a new Pixma All-In-One printer, the Pixma MP250, aimed at entry level users and students. The Canon Pixma MP250 offers Canon’s high image quality printing and copying at an affordable price and ease-of-use, delivered straight out of the box. The new Canon MP250 printer features Canon’s class-leading FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology which delivers virtually grain-free photo-lab quality prints using 4800 dpi cartridges with a 2pl drop size. The cartridges - comprising of pigment black and dye-based cyan, magenta and yellow inks - all feature integrated print heads, making them easy to install and use.

Canon Pixma MP250

Canon Pixma MP250 All-in-One
The Canon Pixma MP250 has a print resolution of 4800dpi using Canon’s 2pl FINE print technology, and is capable of producing 10x15cm (4x6”) prints in approximately 56 seconds, approximately 7.0ipm (images per minute) in mono and 4.8ipm in colour using ISO/IEC 24734 and 24735 speed measurement tests.

Canon MP250 printer equipped with Quick Start technology
The Canon Pixma MP250 features Canon’s Quick Start technology, which enables users to begin printing quickly with minimal initialisation time. The new Canon All-In-One printer also includes Auto Scan Mode, which automatically detects the size and type of content placed on the scanner glass; plus a self-opening paper output tray for intuitive, hassle-free printing.

Canon MP250

Canon Pixma MP250 includes Auto Photo Fix II
Other new features designed to makes the Canon MP250 All-In-One even easier to use are Auto Photo Fix II, which offers automatic correction of underexposed images. It works by dividing the image into multiple zones then uses smart algorithms to then calculate the amount of underexposure in each zone and adjusts the image’s contrast, brightness and colour automatically to give users beautifully balanced results.

Canon Pixma MP250 features Easy-WebPrint EX
It’s joined by Easy-WebPrint EX - a software download available from the Canon website - that enables users to automatically clip chosen frames in a website page and then either print or save them to a computer. Canon Easy-WebPrint EX even enables users to combine multiple clips or content from different web pages and place them on a single page - saving both paper and ink.

Pixma MP250

Canon Pixma print speed test measurements
Canon has become one of the first printer manufacturers to adopt the ISO/IEC 24734 and 24735 speed test measurements, which enable users to make direct printer-to-printer comparison using industry-wide standards.




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