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Canon Pixma MX300

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 20th, August 2007

Canon USA announced a new Office All-in-One printer; the Pixma MX300, to expand its line to cover a larger variety of market segments and price points. The Canon Pixma MX300 Office All-in-One Printer offers printing, scanning, copying and faxing capabilities. The Canon Pixma MX300 printer provides an ideal solution for users looking to combine outstanding office functionality with the cutting edge of home photo printing. Exclusive Canon printing, copying and scanning technologies deliver the highest quality output for business, as well as photo projects. The new Canon MX300 All-in-One printer features a sleek and stylish design to match modern office decors while saving space at the same time.

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Canon Pixma mini320

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 20th, August 2007

Canon USA has announced the Pixma mini320 Compact Photo Printer. This compact photo printer will allow consumers to bring to life those images captured at important moments, such as a wedding or a child’s first day of school, in an easy-to-use and affordable fashion. The Canon Pixma mini320 Compact Photo Printer is the first in the Canon compact photo printer line-up to be able to print photo lab-quality images up to 5x7", which will make finding a frame for those unforgettable memories that much easier. Equipped with a high-definition 2.5" LCD screen with wide viewing angles, and the Easy-Scroll Wheel interface, the Pixma mini320 Photo Printer enables consumers to navigate through menus and images in a snap.

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Sharp document systems

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Thursday 16th, August 2007

Sharp adds impressive 50 PPM color speeds to its extensive array of MFPs. The new Sharp MX-6201 and Sharp MX-7001 models are designed for high-end workgroups and offer B&W copier speeds of 62 to 70 PPM with up to 50 PPM in color. These MFPs support Sharp OSA technology, which offers a broad range of integration and personalization options, as well as Sharp’s award-winning security suite. These color MFPs can complete jobs quickly using Sharp’s Color Scan2 technology, which minimizes paper handling while maximizing performance and providing faster scan speeds. The new MX-6201N and MX-7001N high-speed workgroup color document systems are available from authorized Sharp dealers.

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Canon imageCLASS MF4270 laser MFP

Posted by: Ralf Jurrien Monday 13th, August 2007

Addressing the needs of small and home offices seeking an affordable network ready multifunction device, Canon USA, Inc., a leading provider of digital imaging solutions for the home and office, unveiled the Canon imageCLASS MF4270 laser multifunction printer (MFP). The latest addition to Canon’s award-winning line of Canon imageCLASS laser MFPs, the new Canon imageCLASS MF4270 packs big-office networked workflow functionality into a compact desktop device, for under $300. One of Canon’s smallest laser MFPs, the Canon imageCLASS MF4270 printer will print duplex output directly from a PC, as well as duplex print incoming faxes and copying letter-sized documents, helping reduce paper consumption.

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HP Photosmart C5280 All-in-One

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 13th, July 2007

The HP Photosmart C5280 All-in-One makes it easy to print true-to-life photos and laser-quality documents. It’s also easy to save, share and print photos - simply insert a memory card then view on a 2.4-inch image display - all without a PC. With the HP Photosmart C5280 All-in-One, users can print archival documents, high-quality color and black-and-white copies; create web prints without cut off edges, as well as print directly onto CDs/DVDs (requires printable CD/DVD media, which will be sold separately). The HP C5280 printer will be sold at an estimated US street price of $149, and is expected to be available for purchase in June 2007 in North America.

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Canon Selphy CP740 photo printer

Posted by: Ilse Jurrien Friday 13th, July 2007

Scrapbookers and digital photographers have a new reason to celebrate: Canon USA, Inc. has just announced an addition to their compact photo printer line-up that prints superb digital images that can last for years to come. Designed to make printing images a breeze, the Canon Selphy CP740 Compact Photo Printer features a two-inch color LCD display, red-eye correction and multiple direct printing options that can enable anyone to make amazing prints without a computer. “This printer is ideal for anyone who hopes to produce long-lasting memories with no hassle,” said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon USA.

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In today’s world of digital imaging there is so much data captured and stored on flash memory cards, DVD, Blu-Ray, hard drives or other devices that you would expect a big boom in printing. The reality is the opposite, and this is major concern for the big printer companies. The ‘older’ generation of consumers still thinks and experiences an image when it is actually printed, but for the growing younger generation images is just an image viewed on paper of electronic devices. As long as you can share it, you can experience the emotion of an image. Still the printer industry offers a variety of printing solutions, whether online or at home. The IFA 2010 will showcase the latest developments and new printers. Check our IFA show report for the latest printer news.


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