Canon U.S.A. on Tuesday introduced two new All-In-One (AIO) models to its lineup of inkjet printers -- the Pixma MX860 and the Pixma MX330. The new printers are coming in March and are priced at US$199.99 and $109.99 respectively.
The Pixma MX860 sports auto-duplex (two-sided) copying, printing and two-way paper feeding, so you can copy and scan two-sided documents without having to re-feed it in the 35-page auto document feeder. It can scan and print simultaneously. The device also sports Wi-Fi (802.11b/g) connectivity and an Ethernet network interface.
Other features include 2400 x 4800 dot per inch (DPI) scanning capability, 1 picoliter droplet size, 9600 x 2400 color dpi output resolution, 5 individual ink tanks, a built-in Super G3 fax, PictBridge compatibility, a 2.5-inch LCD and optional Bluetooth connectivity.
The Pixma MX330 sports 4800 x 1200 color dpi output resolution with 2 picoliter droplet size, built-in 30-sheet auto document feeder, Super G3 fax, 1.8-inch LCD display, PictBridge and optional Bluetooth support.
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