Canon Revamps Pixma Photo Printer Lineup

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Canon introduced three new budget friendly Pixma photo printers – the Pixma MG4220, Pixma MG3220 and the Pixma MG2220 – that will replace the previous generation Pixma MG photo printers announced last year.

These new models will offer increased print speeds, wireless connectivity with new mobile print apps and the new My Image Garden photo software while maintaining the low price point expected from a Canon AIO inkjet.

The Pixma MG4220 Wireless Photo All-in-One is at the top of the budget friendly lineup at $129 and features print, scan and copy functionality as well as print speeds up to 9.9 ipm in black and 5.7 ipm in color, print resolution up to 4800 x 2400 dpi, a 2.5-inch LCD, automatic duplexing, memory card reader, Fast Front print system, Pixma Cloud Link, Apple AirPrint, Easy-Photo Print mobile app and wireless connectivity.

The Pixma MG3220 Wireless Photo All-in-One comes in at $79.99 with print, scan and copy functionality as well as print speeds up to 9.2 ipm in black and 5.0 ipm in color, print resolution up to 4800 x 2400 dpi, automatic duplexing, Fast Front print system, Apple AirPrint, Easy-Photo Print mobile app and wireless connectivity.

For $69.99, the entry level Pixma MG2220 Photo All-in-One offers print, scan and copy functionality as well as print speeds up to 8.4 ipm in black and 4.8 ipm in color, Fast Front print system and USB connection.

All three new models will have the My Image Garden software and Print Your Days Facebook application enabling users to “unlock their images” like never before thanks to a new organizational flow – Calendar, Event and/or People View – and new features such as Automatic Layout and My Art.   Canon also includes the Full HD Movie Print and Fun Filter options we’ve seen on previous generations.  For more information, watch the My Garden Image video below!

The new Pixma Photo All-in-Ones are expected to be available through Canon and authorized retailers by the end of July 2012.

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