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Canon PIXMA printers introduction
Dennis Hissink : August 22th 2005 - 08:00 CET
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CanonCanon PIXMA printers introduction : Canon announces the release of a full range of 13 stylish PIXMA personal photolab printers and multifunctionals. Walks to the high street photo lab are a thing of the past with these state-of-the-art photo printers: models such as the Canon PIXMA MP800 will print a 10 x 15cm borderless lab quality photo in 36 seconds. To keep things simple, most devices will print straight from most contemporary digital cameras without the need for a PC and some even have wireless connectivity (IrDA and/or optional Bluetooth), ideal for printing photos direct from camera mobile phones. Many print direct from digital camera memory cards and the Canon MP800 will even print straight from old negatives.
Canon PIXMA printers introductionCanon PIXMA - Complete range
Following in the PIXMA tradition of matching elegant design with leading edge technology, these stylish devices are designed to feel right at home, even in the most contemporary interiors. The extensive PIXMA range has a printer or multifunctional to suit every need. Five multifunctional “photo centres” with up to 9600 x 2400dpi 1 picolitre photo printing, from entry level MP150 through to premium model MP800 all featuring excellent connectivity and stand-alone photo functionality.

PIXMA printers - Entry-level to Pro
Other new products are 3 photo direct printers: 6-ink, excellent connectivity, up to 9600 x 2400dpi and 1 picolitre, 3 premium photo printers: 9600 x 2400dpi, 1 picolitre, 5-ink, PictBridge compatible and wireless connectivity (iP5200R) and 2 slim-line, 4800 x 1200dpi, 2 picolitre entry level photo printers.

Canon - Outstanding photos in the home
Each of the printers can generate flawless A4 borderless prints, exceptionally high resolution using microscopic one or two picolitre ink droplets, meaning that all the images are high contrast and free of grain. All PIXMA devices also print fast, superb quality documents. For long lasting fade-resistant prints, all products feature the new ChromaLife100 system. When used in conjunction with genuine Canon media, ChromaLife100 produces prints that resist fading for 100 years when album-stored or 10 years on Photo Paper Pro PR-101 when exposed to the effects of the air.





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