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Canon announces two photo All-in-One printer models
news posted on July 02, 2007

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pixma MP470 and MP210Designed with style and packed with performance, the Canon PIXMA MP470 and MP210 Photo All-In-One (AIO) printers announced today by Canon U.S.A., Inc., deliver new ease-of-use and printing technology, boast approximately 46-second 4" x 6" borderless photo printing speeds,(1) and offer functionality in a stylish, compact package. Perfect for the dorm room or home office, both models provide printing, scanning and copying features and require the same amount of desktop space that many single function printers occupy.

Adding to the current line of cutting-edge Canon All-In-One Printers, both the PIXMA MP470 and PIXMA MP210 Photo AIOs will be the first products to utilize the new "AutoImage Fix" and "Quick Start" features. AutoImage Fix includes a function that automatically analyzes and categorizes the scenes in photographs to ensure that each individual scene is optimized in accordance with the scene type such as Portrait, Scenery, Snapshot, etc. These latest AIO's make sure that the entire photo printing process from editing to printing is easier.

Waiting a long time for start-up will be a thing of the past thanks to the Canon Quick Start feature that allows the user to start using the AIO in a matter of seconds. Now users can press the power button and watch their AIO fire up almost immediately, without long delays between pressing the power button and actually seeing the user interface on the screen. Running late for class and needing to make one more copy will not be an issue with either of these new printers. Just hit the power button and you will be ready to operate in no time.

"All-In-One Printers have been on the rise for more than a year," said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager, Consumer Imaging Group, Canon U.S.A. "Having a small machine that can copy, print and scan for student projects, photo albums, home scrap-booking or crafting is very desirable. Canon's aim with these printers is to raise the bar for performance, design and ease-of-use, while still maintaining a value price point."

Canon MP470

Consumers interested in printing beautiful photos will enjoy the 1.8" flip-up LCD panel, as well as the two-cartridge, four-color printing system. With a minimum two-picoliter droplet size and up to 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution(2) and text print speeds of up to 22 ppm in black and up to 17 ppm in color(1), this printer will continue to strengthen Canon's reputation for building high quality and fast multifunction printers. The LCD panel is especially helpful for users printing directly from compatible memory cards(3) because it allows them to view and choose the pictures to print right on the screen. The MP470 Photo All-In-One will also feature direct photo printing capabilities, a high-speed USB 2.0 connection, memory card slots(3), PictBridge connection and an optional Bluetooth wireless connection.(4) The estimated selling price for the PIXMA MP470 Photo All-In-One is $99.99(5), and the BU-20 Bluetooth adapter has an estimated selling price of $49.99.(5)

Aimed at the college student and home photo printing customer, the PIXMA MP210 Photo All-In-One features a maximum of 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution(2), and a minimum two-picoliter droplet size to deliver outstanding photo quality. Text printing speeds are up to 22 ppm for black and up to 17 ppm for color(1), providing users with high speed to go along with high quality. Additional features include the Advanced Z-Lid expansion top to help scan bulkier items and high-speed USB 2.0 and PictBridge connections. The Advanced Z-Lid expansion top allows the user to place large notebooks or materials for scanning on the platen glass and holds them down for a more clear copy or scan. The estimated selling price for the Canon MP210 Photo All-In-One is $79.99.

ChromaLife100 System
The PIXMA MP470 and MP210 Photo All-In-One printers use the Canon's ChromaLife100 system, along with FINE print head technology for long-lasting photo prints. When using select genuine Canon photo papers, prints can resist fading for up to 100 years when stored in an archival quality photo album. The 100-year-lifespan rivals that of many traditional film-based photos, long considered by consumers to be the benchmark for image permanence. Prints produced on Canon Photo Paper Pro with ChromaLife100 have up to a ten-year gas fastness when exposed to open air. ChromaLife100 prints when created using Canon Photo Paper Pro or Photo Paper Plus Glossy, have up to a 30-year light fastness when displayed under glass.(6)

Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE)
Launched globally by Canon in 1999, the Canon FINE advanced print head technology is one of the keys to the impressive speed and high photo quality in PIXMA photo all-in-one printers. FINE technology uses a ground-breaking high-performance multi-nozzle print engine that ejects consistent and microscopic ink droplets. The results are high-resolution photos with great detail and clarity in less time.

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