Canon Launches Three New PIXMA Wireless All-in-One Inkjet Photo Printers
Canon added three sleek new all-in-one (AIO) photo printers to their popular PIXMA line today. The compact MG7520 inkjet photo AIO printer features advanced media handling with a dual front tray, direct disc printing and six separate ink tanks that offer a maximum color resolution of 9600x2400 dpi. It has a 3.5-inch LCD touchscreen with Canon’s Intelligent Touch System that allows for easy viewing and navigating of menus as well as your image files.
The MG7520 offers PIXMA Touch & Print technology that allows users with compatible Android devices (registered with PPS) to open the PPS app, touch the NFC Tag (located on top of the printer) and, while viewing the image, start printing without using WiFi. This model is available in burnt orange, black and white with a mirror finish and has a retail price of $199.99.
The MG6620 wireless inkjet photo AIO printer offers the Passive NFC version of the PIXMA Touch & Print technology. This offers similar functionality as the Active NFC version except that the mobile device and the printer must be connected to the same WiFi network in order to print. The MG6620 features a 3-inch LCD touchscreen and offers high quality images using a 5-color hybrid ink system. This model is available in black, white and burnt orange with a matte finish and a price of $149.99.
The MG5620 wireless inkjet photo AIO printer uses five individual ink tanks, four of them are color and photo dedicated with a separate pigment black ink tank dedicated to text. It features a 2.5-inch touchscreen for easy access to the printer’s functions including the PIXMA Cloud Link and Google Cloud Print. This model is available in black or white with a matte finish and sells for $99.99.
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