New York, America, December 1, 2015. Canon introduces three new inkjet devices with the original continuous ink supply system CISS . You will find two MFPs and one printer in the range: the PIXMA G1400, the PIXMA G2400 and the PIXMA G3400.
Canon introduces three new PIXMA printers with the original ink supply system CISS .
The main advantage of the new Canon PIXMA G inkjet devices is the long print life. One set of ink tanks is enough for 6000 black-and-white and 7000 color prints.
The superior performance and cost-effectiveness of the new models make them a good buy, both for commercial and government facilities where there is a constant need for large print volumes, and for the home if the user also prints a lot – including photographs .
Instead of cartridges for PIXMA G devices offer containers with original Canon ink: black pigment and color water-soluble. Black pigment provides high quality black and white printing: sharp text and high print fastness. The image will not bleed when exposed to water or “float” when highlighted with a highlighter. Water-soluble inks, on the other hand, provide vibrant and saturated colors when printing color graphics as well as photographs.
Quality, accuracy and simplicity
The PIXMA G1400 is an inkjet printer, while the PIXMA G2400 and PIXMA G3400 are multifunction devices that have printing, scanning and copying capabilities. All feature Canon FINE printheads for high-quality, fast printing, and technology that prevents air from entering the ink supply tubes: ensuring reliable and consistent results for high volume printing. 4,800 x 1,200 dpi print engine with a minimum drop size of 2ppm allows you to print complex documents with lots of fine detail and high-quality photos with smooth tonal transitions. Each of the three printers is capable of printing a 10 x 15 cm borderless photo in 60 seconds.
New PIXMA G inkjet devices are designed with maximum user-friendliness in mind. Compact body, with built-in ink tanks, transparent “windows” to visually monitor the level of ink, rubberized caps, which close the holes in the containers and the narrow nose of the containers themselves can be refilled even by inexperienced users – quickly and accurately, without staining your hands and leaving no traces of ink.
The PIXMA G3400 includes Wi Fi for wireless printing from computers, smartphones and tablets and is fully compatible with Canon’s new PRINT mobile app. Send jobs to the printer from anywhere in the world and print from popular services like Instagram™, Google Drive™, Facebook™, Dropbox™ and Flickr™ with cloud printing. And if you want to get creative, Canon Easy – PhotoPrint software is just for you+. Accessible via tablet or web browser, it lets you edit your images before printing – for example, to create cards or calendars.
All of the new printers come with Canon’s My Image Garden software, which includes several applications, including Creative Park, that provides extensive personalisation options when printing. Thus, customers will be able to print postcards, layouts and even assembly models from paper with more details.