Canon Reveals Pixma Office AIOs at CES 2013

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Canon introduced four new Pixma Wireless Office All-in-One printers this morning the day before the 2013 Consumer Electronics Show is set to open.  We?ll give you a brief run down on the new printers now but make sure to check back tomorrow to see them up close and personal!

Canon has overhauled their website to include a small office, home office (SOHO) space and these new Pixma Office inkjet additions are highlighted on these pages.   While the design remains the same for these new models (all four offer print, scan, copy and fax functionality),  the new Pixma printers will now offer Apple AirPrint compatibility to the mix adding an additional layer of usability. 

The Pixma MX922 Wireless Office AIO is the flagship model offers some noticeable upgrades from the previous generation Pixma MX892 including: faster print speeds up to 15 ipm in black and 10 ipm in color, dual front loading paper trays (as opposed to the front/rear tray before), a larger 250-sheet paper cassette and My Image Garden software (previously found on consumer products).

The Pixma MX522 Wireless Office AIO is a step down from the MX922 (but $50 less) with print speeds up to 9.7 ipm in black and 5.5 ipm in color, a print resolution up to 4800 x 1200 dpi, a smaller 2.5-inch LCD, a 30-sheet simplex ADF and a 100-sheet paper tray.

The Pixma MX452 Wireless Office AIO shares most of the same specs as the MX522 but is missing 2.5-inch LCD and intelligent touch panel.

The entry level Pixma MX392 will be sold for $79.99 and will cover the basics: print speeds up to 8.7 ipm in black and 5.0 ipm in color, a 2-line display, 100-sheet tray, 30-sheet ADF and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 connectivity.

Make sure you bookmark PrinterComparison as your CES 2013 news destination as we?ll continue to update you on these new Canon devices as well as everything print related at CES 2013!

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