Canon wins printer award at TIPA

2011-04-26 08:53:55

Published on 2011-04-26 08:53:55

Canon has won four awards at the Technical Image Press Association (TIPA) ceremony, including best multifunction photo printer.

The company won accolades for its products released in Europe during 2010, which were judged by TIPA's panel that discussed everything from design to overall product quality.

Furthermore, Canon's PIXMA MG8150 received printing praise, but the company also won awards in three other categories, including best DSLR entry, superzoom camera and professional lens.

Steve Marshall, consumer imaging product marketing manager at Canon Europe said: "The TIPA awards are well known for independently acknowledging the very best imaging products, and we're pleased to be so strongly represented across such a broad range of categories."

He added that the accolades demonstrates the quality that is available from Canon across all its ranges.

Recently, Canon and Oke launched their imagePRESS C7010VP, introducing a device designed to deliver a high-quality and efficient digital printing solution for consumers.

Johnny McMaster

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