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Mark Peters : October 17th 2014 - 22:06 CET

Canon MAXIFY printers

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CanonCanon MAXIFY wireless inkjet printers : Canon unveils 2014 line-up of wireless cloud connected inkjet printers for small and home office users. All of the Canon MAXIFY printers feature high ink and paper capacities, fast first print-out speeds of approximately seven seconds for black-and-white documents, high print quality and durability as well as easy operation. Featuring a new print head and mechanical system, the new Canon printers use a innovative dual resistant high density (DRHD) individual ink tank system designed to produce graphs with vivid colors and sharp, optical density, crisp text, which is friction and marker resistant.
Canon Maxify printers

Canon MAXIFY printers
The optional XL-size ink tank can print up to 2500 pages in black and 1500 colored sheets before needing to be replaced for the Canon MAXIFY MB5320, MAXIFY MB5020 and MAXIFY iB4020, whereas the Canon MAXIFY MB2320 and MAXIFY MB2020 can print up to 1,200 pages in black and 900 colored sheets before needing to be replaced. In addition, to help conserve energy, each of the new machines feature the ability to automatically-schedule on and off times, and offer an overlapping paper feed for further flexibility when printing large jobs. Adding to the overall wireless capabilities of the MAXIFY line of printers is Google Cloud Print, which allows users to send Gmail messages, file attachments and select Google Docs to the printer from any computer, tablet or smartphone.

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MAXIFY Printing Solutions application
Canon developed the new line of MAXIFY printers to help improve efficiency and the user’s overall workflow by providing easy access to print important documents from almost anywhere. With the MAXIFY Printing Solutions application, users are provided direct access to the cloud through MAXIFY Cloud Link from compatible mobile devices and tablets. Attractive to small business users on-the-go, MAXIFY Cloud Link enables documents and photos to be accessed and printed at any time from a compatible mobile device or tablet by connecting to several of the most popular online social platforms and services, such as Microsoft One Drive, Google Drive, Dropbox, Evernote, Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, and Photobucket.

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