Canon releases two new combo printers

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Canon today unveiled two more multifunction models to their printer line, PIXMA MP480 and the PIXMA MP190. Both printers combine the capabilities of a scanner and a printer into one unit.

The PIXMA MP480 is expected to street around $100, while the PIXMA MP190 will be available for $70.

Round up of specs after the jump.


• Equipped with a 1.8-inch TFT color LCD display

• Auto Photo Fix, with Easy-PhotoPrint EX software, automatically detects the type of photo being printed – portrait or scenery – and helps to correct red eye, facial tones, brightness, contrast and color saturation to provide better looking photo output without manual photo editing

• Auto Scan Mode, which, detects the type of document being scanned – Photo, Post Card, Business Card, Magazine, Newspaper, Document – and automatically crops and saves files to PDF or JPEG format, based on image type.

• Capable of text print speeds of up to 20 pages-per-minute (ppm) in black and up to 16 ppm in color

• 4 x 6 inch borderless lab-quality prints in approximately 45-seconds.

• Optional Bluetooth wireless connection for sending images to the printer.


• Maximum of 4800 x 1200 dpi color resolution

• Text printing speeds are up to 19 ppm for black and up to 15 ppm for color

• 4 x 6 inch borderless photo quality prints in approximately 70-seconds.

• Advanced Z-Lid expansion top allowing users to place bulkier books or small 3-D objects for scanning on the platen glass.

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