December 16, 2016
The OEM has launched four new wireless models in the PIXMA range.
A press release reported that the new PIXMA MFPs include the TS5020, TS6020, TS8020 and TS9020, have a new exterior design and are more compact with a new LED screen. The printers’ LED screens decrease in size from the TS9020 at five inches, the TS8020 4.3 inches, the TS6020 three inches and the TS5020 a non-touch three-inch screen. There are rear paper feeds, back by popular demand, and the higher-end models have automatic paper trays, while the lower end are manual.
Start-up time is six seconds, and the range has access to Canon’s PIXMA Cloud Link service for easy printing from compatible phones or tablets with internet connection, and there is also Google Cloud integration, allowing certain Google documents to be sent straight to the computer, and the higher-end models can also print from “Android devices using NFC [near-field communication] or from Apple devices via Airprint”.
All four are compatible with Canon Cloud Link and Canon My Image Garden, and the TS printers are capable of printing onto “a new square photo paper” to be released by Canon. The printers come in a choice of colours, and start at $100 (€95) and $150 (€143), while the higher end models start at $180 (€172) and $200 (€191).
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