Canon has Announced New Printers with Software Imaging and Facebook Application
Canon has announced three new PIXMA Photo All-In-One inkjet Printers – the PIXMA MG4220 Wireless, PIXMA MG3220 Wireless and PIXMA MG2220 – that can support AirPrint wireless printing for iPhone, iPad and iPod touch devices.
Users have not to install device drivers to print wirelessly. AirPrint supports iPhone 3GS and later, 3rd generation and later iPad and iPod touch devices, and needs iOS 4.2 or later.
Although Canon announced PIXMA MX512 and MX432 Wireless Office All-In-One inkjet printers with AirPrint support in February but these new printers come with some of the new features. These printers have My Image Garden software that will help the users to manage photos and to develop new photo projects by unlocking stored images from computer. Moreover, the new Facebook application, Print Your Days, will allow the users to reach and customize their photos present on the social networking site.
"Developing high-quality, yet affordable printers that produce excellent output is always a top priority for Canon," said Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies & Communications Group, Canon U.S.A. "We are excited about the addition of these PIXMA Photo AIO printers, especially with features we feel consumers will enjoy."
The Canon PIXMA MG4220 and PIXMA MG3220 Wireless AIO printers support Wi-Fi connectivity to print from anywhere. Auto Duplex printing has been integrated into these printers to reduce overall paper usage costs. Moreover, PIXMA MG4220 model comes with Canon PIXMA Cloud Link to print documents and photos stored online. There is also a 2.5 inch LCD screen on the Canon PIXMA MG4220 Wireless Photo AIO printer to view menus and images.
The PIXMA MG4220 Wireless Photo AIO printer would come at the price of $129.99, the PIXMA MG3220 Wireless Photo AIO printer would come at $79.99 and the PIXMA MG2220 Photo AIO printer would come at $69.99.
Image: PIXMA MG4220 Wireless All-In-One inkjet printer Image Credit: Canon