Melville, NY—Canon USA introduced two Pixma inkjet printers: the Canon Pixma TS3520 wireless all-in-one printer as well as the Pixma G620 MegaTank wireless photo printer. Launched with specific use cases in mind, each printer provides features that help create the high-quality prints consumers require.
Two Pixma Inkjet Printers: The Specs
Canon Pixma TS3520
For consumers dipping their toe into the Canon printer pool for the first time, the Canon Pixma TS3520 wireless all-in-one printer is an entry-level model. It is also an option for students who need to print out assignments.
For those looking for an easy-to-use printer, the improved user experience of the Pixma TS3520 allows consumers to engage with a web-based, user-paced navigation manual during printer setup. As a result, consumers can have their new printer up and running more easily and more quickly as compared to its predecessor, the Pixma TS3320.
The Canon Pixma TS3520 printer features a four-color ink system; rear tray paper feedings; as well as a 1.5-inch LCD screen to view and monitor the status of the printer. Moreover, wireless connectivity is enabled via a consumer’s compatible smart device. What’s more, mobile capabilities include AirPrint and the Mopria Print Service.
The Canon Pixma TS3520 wireless all-in-one printer will reach retail in May for a suggested retail price of $79.99.
Canon Pixma G620 MegaTank Photo Printer
The MegaTank series printers are for consumers who print high-quality photos at home and who also appreciate the convenience provided by the printers’ continuous ink supply system.
The Pixma G620 MegaTank wireless photo printer leverages this technology specifically for photo printing. It also boasts a page yield of approximately 3,800 for 4×6-inch color photo prints. And since it is a MegaTank printer, it can significantly reduce the user’s need to refill ink tanks frequently.
Also an option for crafters and memory keepers, the Canon Pixma G620 printer offers an expanded color gamut, compared to four-color inkjet printers. It uses six-color dye-based ChromaLife 100 inks, which help produce archival photo quality.
In addition, the device can print on a variety of paper types. Media include semigloss, gloss and matte paper. Canon announced the approximate cost for a 4×6 color photo print is $0.25.
Available in April, the Pixma G620 MegaTank wireless photo printer has a suggested retail price of $299.99.