Canon releases new inkjet printers

The Japanese company Canon has announces two new inkjet printers that belong to the PIXUS product line and offer various new functionalities among which two-side printing, automatic document feed and printing from external sources.

The two new printers can also function as network printers that get data wirelessly or via a cable network and can print smartphone or tablet documents.

The Canon Pixus MX893 comes with a 3-inch color LCD display and supports up to 9600 x 2400 dpi for printing, while scanning is limited to 2400 x 4800 dpi. The new device can also print 9.3 color pages per minute, while the number of black and white pages jumps to 12.5.

Canon PIXUS MX893

The other new offering – the Canon Pixus MX513 – comes with a smaller 2.5-inch color display. Printing resolution is 4800 x 1200 dpi, while scanning resolution is 1200 x 2400 dpi. The printer can complete 5.5 color pages and 9.7 black and white pages per minute.

Pricing and availability are unknown.


Source: Hicomm.bg

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