Canon has announced a quartet of new printers to accompany the host of new cameras debuted on what has been a busy day for the manufacturer.
The model's Premium PIXMA range saw three new arrivals in the shape of the PIXMA MG5450, PIXMA MG6350 and PIXMA iP7250. Both the MG5450 and MG6350 are high-performance models and feature fast print speeds, the option cost-efficient high capacity XL inks and enhanced connectivity. The pair join Canon's All-in-One range, thus offering accompanying scan functionality.
The iP7250 replaces the iP4950 in Canon's range and offers Wi-Fi connectivity and the support of printing from either a tablet or smartphone.
All three of the PIXMA models with be available in November, with the iP7250 featuring an RRP of £79, the MG5450 £129 and the MG6350 £169.
Also announced today is the Canon SELPHY CP900. The model also supports Wi-Fi printing from either a smartphone or tablet through the free Canon Easy-Photoprint app, while also offering compatibility with either USB memory stick or memory card. The CP900 also features a 2.7in tiltable LCD screen for quick preview and composition of their prints.
The SELPHY CP900 will be available towards the end of this month with an RRP of £99.99.
For more information on the models head on over to the Canon website.