Since the ability to print, scan, copy or fax documents seems to be an appropriate blend for creating an all-in-one printer, a certain Tokyo-based manufacturer has unveiled 3 such devices, namely the Canon Pixma MX512 Wireless, MX432 Wireless, MX372, to its Office AIO range. In addition to the aforementioned capabilities, these newly announced gadgets are apparently budget friendly as well.
Talking about the MX512 device, Canon has equipped it with a dual function panel for quicker navigation through menus, an Ethernet port and a 2.5-inch TFT screen. While the MX432 Wireless printer is said to deliver an output of around 9.7ipm for black and white documents and up to 5.5ipm for colored ones, the MX372 AIO is estimated to provide an output of 8.7ipm for black and white and 5.0ipm colored prints. All 3 printers have a maximum color resolution of 4800 x 1200dpi and are built to produce 4-inch x 6-inch borderless photos in approximately 46 seconds.
“With many people making the decision to work from home, it is more important than ever to have a printer you can rely on to produce high-quality prints no matter the project. Canon has recognized this trend and will continue to make products designed to satisfy the needs and wants of the end user,” expressed Yuichi Ishizuka, executive vice president and general manager, Imaging Technologies and Communications Group, Canon U.S.A.
Through the FastFront system, this manufacturer plans on delivering an intuitive UI that should provide an easy way to access various features. By making the Canon Easy-PhotoPrint app compatible with the MX512 and the MX432 Wireless AIO devices, users will be able to conveniently scan their documents and even print PDF files as well as various other content from their Android or iOS-powered smartphones and tablets.
The Canon Pixma MX512 price sums up to $149.99, whilst the Canon Pixma MX432 Wireless and MX372 prices amount to an estimate of $99.997 and $79.997, respectively. Availability details for these office AIO printers are currently not disclosed.