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Monday November 4, 2013 MYT 12:00:00 AM
Monday November 4, 2013 MYT 10:43:33 AM
by chong jinn xiung
CANON has introduced three new Pixma All-In-One (AIO) printer models: the MG3570, MG2570 and MG2470.
Leading the pack is the Pixma MG3570 with WiFi connectivity, allowing users to wirelessly print documents and photos around the printer without having to connect to it.
The printer is available in white, red or black so you can choose the right colour printer to match your office or home decor.
If you are concerned with security, especially with documents being transferred wirelessly, fret not as the MG3570 comes with a one touch WiFi Protected Setup (WPS) function that integrates the printer with the home or office’s existing secure network.
It also supports Google Cloud Print and Apple AirPrint, which is convenient for users who want to send print jobs directly from their smartphones, tablets or laptops.
Don’t worry about replacing ink cartridges and refilling papers as the printer has easily accessible bays that makes reloading easy.
If you are looking for more affordable options, the MG2570 and MG2470 make for great personal document printers with cost saving features.
Users have the option of using XL-sized ink cartridges for the printers, allowing them to print more pages and save time as cartridges do not need to be replaced as often.
The printers have a handy Auto Power On feature that helps manage power usage — the printer will automatically switch off when left idle, and turns on when it receives a print job.
Both AIOs also allow users to conveniently scan thicker documents.
The Pixma AIO series will be available at selected Canon authorised outlets and priced at RM189 onwards.
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