In pictures: Canon's new laser printers and inkjet multifunctions

A closer look at the latest additions to Canon's laser printer and PIXMA inkjet line-ups

PIXMA iP4700 inkjet printer

Canon today announced a refresh of its printer and multifunction ranges. The most basic of these is the PIXMA iP4700, an inkjet that provides automatic duplex printing and two-way paper feeding. The printer has five individual ink tanks — including two black cartridges — and prints at a resolution up to 9600x2400 dots per inch (dpi). Canon claims it can print at speeds up to 9.2 pages per minute (ppm) for monochrome documents and 8.1ppm for colour. The iP4700 connects to computer via USB 2.0, and can print directly onto compatible CDs and DVDs. Pricing is yet to be confirmed.

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