Canon PIXMA printers getting sleeker and I’m loving them

Canon printers have been my all-time choice printer for home and work. I’ve been using Canon since my first printer purchased. Once I tried to “jump ship” to another brand, I regretted soon after and got back to Canon.

Canon’s latest range of PIXMA printer looks sleek and cool. And best part is that is so very affordable with the lowest model starting at just S$79!

PIXMA MP237 RRP S$79, available end Oct 2012

Key features: Quiet Mode, My Image Garden software and Print Your Days software Print Resolution: up to 4800 x 1200 dpi, FINE cartridge
Print Speed (4×6” photo): approx. 40sec (bordered)
Print Speed (document): approx. 4.8ipm (colour) / approx. 7.0ipm (B&W)
Copy Speed: approx. 1.8ipm (colour)
Scan Resolution: 600 x 1200dpi CIS
Dimensions (WxDxH): approx. 444 x 329 x 153mm

PIXMA MG2270 RRP S$119, available end Oct 2012

Key features: FastFront, Quiet Mode, My Image Garden software and Print Your Days software
Print Resolution: up to 4800 x 1200 dpi, FINE cartridge
Print Speed (4×6” photo): approx. 44sec (borderless)
Print Speed (document): approx. 4.8 ipm (colour) / approx. 8.4 ipm (B&W) Copy Speed: approx. 2.5ipm (colour)
Scan Resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi CIS
Dimensions (WxDxH): approx. 449 x 304 x 152mm

PIXMA MG4270 RRP S$169, available end Oct 2012

Key features: WiFi, AirPrint, PIXMA Cloud Link, Auto Duplex Print, FastFront, Quiet Mode, My Image Garden software and Print Your Days software
Print Resolution: up to 4800 x 1200dpi, FINE cartridge
Print speed (4×6” photo): approx. 44sec (borderless)
Print Speed (document): approx. 5.7 ipm (colour) / approx. 9.9 ipm (B&W) Copy Speed: approx. 4.3ipm (colour)
Scan Resolution: 1200 x 2400dpi CIS
Dimensions (WxDxH): approx. 449 x 304 x 152mm

The PIXMA MG4270 comes with Wi-Fi connectivity, allowing for Wired LAN connections via IEEE802.11b/g/n standards. Besides the easy connectivity to PCs, notebooks, and tablet PCs, the Wi-Fi capability also grants the PIXMA MG4270 Apple AirPrint support. Apple AirPrint allows iOS devices to seamlessly connect to the PIXMA MG4270 without installing any device drivers.

The PIXMA MG4270 is capable of printing online photos and useful stationery templates directly off the Internet. This can be done without a PC as its Wi-Fi capability lets users access Canon’s PIXMA Cloud Link. It also supports Google Cloud Print, which enables users to print Gmail messages or Google Docs from their smartphone or tablet.