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Canon rolls out all-in-one photo printers

Canon rolls out all-in-one photo printers

Canon USA on Monday introduced two new photo all-in-one inkjet printers and a new compact photo printer. Prices range from US$79.99 to $99.99 depending on features.

The Selphy CP740 Compact Photo Printer sports a two-inch colour LCD display, built-in red-eye correct and multiple direct printing options. It prints borderless 4x6 inch images in about 58 seconds, according to Canon. It's coming this spring for $99.99. The CP740 features built-in memory card slots, works with USB and supports PictBridge-compatible cameras. Bluetooth is also available as an option.

The Pixma MP470 and MP210 Photo All-In-One (AIO) printers are general-purpose all in one devices that can copy, print and scan. The $99.99 MP470 features a 1.8-inch LCD flip-up display and a two-cartridge four-colour printing system that can output at 4800 x 1200 dots per inch with text print speeds up to 22 pages per minute in black and up to 17 PPM in colour. It comes with a USB 2.0 interface and memory card slots. It's compatible with PictBridge-compatible cameras and also works with an optional Bluetooth wireless connection.

The MP210 is aimed at college students and home photo printing customers on a budget -- it costs $79.99. The device features the same output speed and printing resolution but doesn't use a display and doesn't have built-in memory card slots, either.


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