Canon Unveils New Pixma Ink Cartridge Printers
Canon has launched new Selphy and Pixma devices including the Pixma iX7000, which uses pigment inks
Three new ink cartridge printers have been released by Canon for its Pixma range of digital imaging devices.
The wireless Pixma MP990 and MP640 wireless all-in-one printers both utilise Auto Photo Fix II, a suite of programs allowing users to enhance photos by correcting underexposure, improving face detection and changing contrast and saturation.
Canon also unveiled its Selphy ES40 Compact Photo Printer, which includes a new voice guidance system that can explain the process of printing in clear steps without need for instructions.
Meanwhile, the Pixma iX7000 aims to provide business users with a cost-efficient printing solution that uses five different pigment inks and is capable of processing prints up to 13ins by 19ins.
Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president of consumer imaging at Canon USA, said: "In today's economy, consumers are searching for versatile and easy-to-use products at a reasonable price without sacrificing overall quality."
Earlier this month, Canon's Pixma MP540 received a praise-filled review from Computer Active, which suggested that it is worthy of a five-star rating.