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Canon Pixma MP640
Ilse Jurriën : August 19th 2009 - 22:55 CET
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CanonCanon Pixma MP640 printer : Canon announce the Pixma MP640 - a high spec All-In-One printers aimed at home users and professional photographers who want the ultimate in print and copy performance, combined with ease-of-use. The Canon Pixma MP640 delivers fast, high quality, convenient printing using 1pl FINE (Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) technology with a maximum print resolution of 9600 dpi. The Canon MP640 has five individual ink tanks containing pigment black ink for laser-quality text printing, plus dye-based cyan, magenta, yellow and photo black inks. For users looking to digitise old photo collections or for everyday copying and scanning, the Canon Pixma MP640 features high quality 4800 dpi scanners (CIS).

Canon Pixma MP640

Canon Pixma MP640 prints last year after year
Prints produced using Canon’s ChromaLife100+ system photo ink and photo paper are guaranteed for at least 300 years when placed in a photo album, while prints exposed to the natural environment or stored under glass last a minimum of 20 years. Built-in LED indicator lights in the single inks make it easy for users to gauge when each cartridge needs replacing.

Canon MP640

Canon MP640 features an improved print engine
The Canon Pixma MP640 All-in-One features an improved print engine, which cuts overall printing times. Producing a single photo lab quality 10x15cm (4x6”) colour photo print takes just 20 seconds. Canon has also become one of the first printer manufacturers to adopt ISO/IEC 24734 and 24735 print and copy speed standards, enabling users to make direct printer-to-printer speed comparisons between different models and manufacturers.

MP640

Canon Pixma MP640 print speed test
The Canon MP640 printer can produce approximately 9.2ipm (images per minute) in mono and approximately 8.1ipm in colour, using ISO/IEC 24734 speed measurement tests. The new All-in-One printer has a built in auto duplex unit for automatic double-sided printing.

Pixma MP640

Canon Pixma MP640 scanner function
For users looking to digitise old photo collections or for everyday copying and scanning, the Canon Pixma MP640 features high quality 4800 dpi scanners (CIS).




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