Canon Unveils Two Pixma Photo Printers

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Canon added two new photo inkjet printers, the Pixma MG5320 Wireless Photo All-in-One and the Pixma iP4920 Premium Inkjet Photo Printer, to their popular consumer lineup this morning.

The Pixma MG5320 will replace the Pixma MG5220 in the Photo AIO space building on configuration with a new design featuring a larger 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 12.5 ppm in black and 9.3 ppm in color, automatic duplexing, a built-in memory card reader, built-in wireless, two-way paper feeding, 3.0 inch adjustable LCD and Energy Star compliance.

The Pixma iP4920 is a single function photo printer replacing the Pixma iP4820 in the Photo space. The Pixma iP4920 will feature five individual ink tanks, print speeds up to 12.5 ppm in black and 9.3 ppm in color, two-way paper feeding, and automatic duplexing.

The Canon PIXMA MG5320 Wireless Photo All-in-One and Canon PIXMA iP4920 Premium Photo Inkjet will be available this fall through Canon and authorized vendors for the suggested retail price of $149.99 and $99.99, respectively.



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