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Submitted by mpctips 883d ago | news

Canon Announces New PIXMA Printer Models and CanonScan Scanner

Maximum PC: Canon decided to update its PIXMA printer line with just four weeks to go before 2012 moves into the rear-view mirror. There are three new printers in all, including two wireless all-in-one models -- PIXMA MG6320 and MG5420 -- and a wireless photo printer -- iP7220 -- along with a new CanoScan 900F Mark II Photo Scanner that's capable of scanning up to 9600x9600 dots per inch (DPI) for film and up to 4800x4800 dpi for all other media. (Canon, PC hardware, Printers)

justinbkerr  +   883d ago
Look decent.
newsguy  +   883d ago
I want a 3d printer
Unztayble  +   882d ago
I love my Canon Pixma MG5220. It has served me very well for school and for scanning professional documents to email. I rarely use it for photos. While I am satisfied with my purchase I think that my next printer/scanner will be a laser printer.

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