Canon Releases Budget Friendly Pixma AIOs

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Canon revealed three new photo inkjet printers, the Pixma MG4120 Wireless Photo All-in-One, Pixma MG3120 Wireless Photo All-in-One and Pixma MG2120 Photo All-in-One, the last update of the year to their popular consumer lineup, this morning.

All three new AIOs will feature Canon’s new easy loading FastFront system with the two cartridge ChromaLife 100 ink system located in the front of the printer as opposed to inside the machine as we have seen on past Pixma printers and AIOs as well as front loading paper trays instead of the rear fold out trays of the past.

The Pixma MG4120 is a new configuration in the Photo AIO space building on the new design with a compact body done in the glossy black with a 2.4-inch adjustable LCD and the new CloudLink software, giving users the ability to print photo from albums stored on Canon iMAGE GATEWAY or Picasa.  Users will also have access to a variety of templates including stationary, envelopes, memos, calendars and many others.

Other features include: three devices in one compact body (print, scan and copy), print speeds up to 9.9 ipm in black and 5.7 ipm in color, automatic duplexing, a built-in memory card reader, built-in wireless, Full HD Movie Print and Energy Star compliance.

The Pixma MG3120 is a slight step down from the MG4120 with slightly slower print speeds at 9.2 ipm in black and 5.0 ipm in color and a more basic control panel but still features three devices – print, scan and copy – as well as automatic duplexing, Full HD Movie Print and built-in wireless.

The 3-in-1 Pixma MG2120 is the entry level model in the photo all-in-one lineup and will offer the most basic features including print speeds up to 8.4 ipm in black and 4.8 ipm in color, print resolution up to 4800 x 1200 dpi, 100-sheet paper tray and USB connectivity.

The Canon PIXMA MG4120 Wireless Photo All-in-One, Pixma MG3120 Wireless Photo All-in-One and Pixma MG2120 Photo All-in-One will be available later this year through Canon and authorized vendors for the suggested retail price of $129.99, $79.99 and $69.99, respectively.



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