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Canon intros new printers, scanners

Canon intros new printers, scanners

Canon U.S.A. on Monday introduced two new Pixma Photo All-In-One printers and three new CanoScan flatbed scanners.

The new LiDE 200 sports 4800 x 4800 dot per inch resolution and is USB-powered. The Pixma MP480 is an all-in-one printer equipped with a 1.8-inch LCD display. It incorporates Auto Photo Fix and Auto Scan Mode capabilities. It can scan text at 20 pages per minute in black and up to 16 pages per minute in color, and can optionally print via Bluetooth. It costs US$99.99 (the Bluetooth adapter costs another $49.99).

The Pixma MP190 is another all-in-one that feature 4800 x 1200 DPI resolution, 19 page per minute print speed in black and 15 page per minute in color. It sports a "Z-Lid" expansion top that enables users to scan pages from bulky books and small 3D objects. It costs $69.99.

The new CanoScan 5600F, LiDE200 and LiDE100 are priced at $149.99, $89.99 and $59.99 respectively. The CanoScan 4600F works at photos and slides and sports an optical resolution of 4800 x 9600 dots per inch. It has a built-in power source, and uses Quick and Automatic Retouching and Enhancement (QARE) Level 3 technology to help automatically remove dust and scratches, restore fading and reduce graininess.

The LiDE200 and LiDE100 are compact scanners with 4800 x 4800 dot per inch resolution and 2400 x 4800 dot per inch resolution respectively. They're both bus-powered by the USB 2.0 interface.


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