Canon Renews its Printers And Democratizes Wi-Fi

Canon streamlines turn its range of printers and generalizes the way Wi-Fi.

In addition to some of its compact cameras, Canon today announced the annual renewal of its range of multifunction inkjet printers for individuals and self-employed. Like its competitors Epson and HP who have moved up to July, Canon simplifies its offer, including democratizing the WiFi and connected features.

AirPrint and Google Cloud Print for 70 euros
Only the first two models prices, which differ only by their color, are actually devoid of wireless connectivity. The Pixma MG2450 and MG2550 are banking on their compactness and their low price (50 euros). In return they are content with low flow rates (8 i / m in black and white, 4 color) and two cartridges: if you mainly print pictures of blue skies, it will throw the yellow and magenta even if rest.

The Wi-Fi is offered at the Pixma MG3550 to 70 euros. It allows wireless connection to a computer but also print from an iPhone, iPad or iPod Touch via AirPlay or from an Android device through Google Cloud Print . Flows are passing brought to 9.9 and 5.7 i / m in black and white and color respectively.

Hree fully autonomous models
The Pixma MG5550, MG6450 and MG7150 welcome for their LCD screen that allows them to be autonomous.They have for this purpose a memory card reader but also and especially Pixma Cloud Link services, which provide direct access to services like Facebook, Flickr, Dropbox or Evernote.

The screen size, the number of cartridges and the print speed will vary from model to model:

  • MG5550: screen 6.2 cm (2.4 inches), 5 cartridges, 12.2 and 8.7 i / m
  • MG6550: screen 7.5 cm (3 inches), five cartridges 15 and 9.7 i / m
  • MG7150: touch screen 8.8 cm (3.5 inches), 6 cartridges, 15 and 10 p / m

These three multifunction printers will be marketed in France and in Europe current September or in October to respectively 100, 130 and 180 euros.