Canon rolls out 6 printers for every occasion

Today Canon announced six new printers that are sure to appeal to a variety of users including small-mid sized business professionals, photography enthusiasts, students, and creative hobbyists.

Tuesday, Canon announced six new printers that are sure to appeal to a variety of users including small- to mid-size business professionals, photography enthusiasts, students, and creative hobbyists. This new release includes four new Pixma printers and two new Selphy compact photo printers. Let's take a closer look at the offerings:


Pixma iP3600

  • $80
  • 9600x2400 color dpi resolution
  • Dual paper trays for plain and photo paper
  • Five color individual ink cartridge bay
  • Bundled with one ChromaLife100+ ink set and Easy-PhotoPrint EX software

Pixma iP4600

  • $100
  • 9600x2400 color dpi resolution
  • Reported print speeds of up to 26 pages per minute for black, and up to 21 ppm for color
  • Auto-duplexer with two separate paper trays
  • Easy-PhotoPrint EX software includes Auto-Photo Fix for easy edits

Pixma MP620

  • $150 all-in-one printer, scanner, copier
  • Built in Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity
  • Five color ink cartridge bay
  • 2.5-inch LCD screen with scroll wheel navigation control

Pixma MP980

  • $300 all-in-one printer, scanner, copier
  • Includes separate gray and white ink for more accurate black and white photography
  • Easy Photo Print Pro software bundled with the printer
  • Scan film negatives and slides with Auto Scan Mode
  • Compatible with Canon's new 3 inch by 3inch Pocket Size photo paper

Selphy ES3 and Selphy ES30

  • 1GB of internal flash memory (ES3)
  • 47 creative templates on the Selphy ES3 and 18 on the ES30 for personal cards, calendars, and photos
  • Wide-angle viewing 3.5-inch LCD monitor (ES3)
  • Built-in power adapter is hidden in the printer's body
  • Compatible with 15 different memory cards
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