Canon announced the launch of two printer series, the PIXMA G670 and G570, a six-colour photo printer that promises vivid photos at a low cost. They also announced the MAXIFY GX7070 and GX6070, Canon’s first pigment based refillable ink tank printers for home offices and small businesses.
Despite its relatively small office footprint, both printers offer huge cost-saving, productivity and efficiency features. Businesses no longer have to worry about limiting the use of colour printing to save costs. On just a single refill, the PIXMA G670 and G570 are capable of producing up to 3,800 sheets on 4×6” photo paper. With low-cost ink replacements, they ensure maximum savings in the long run. A unique power-saving feature automatically turns the printer off after a period of inactivity.
Their 6-ink Cartridge System produces rich, vivid photo prints. It comes with the latest 6-colour ink tank system in place of the usual 4 CMYK colour set, generating high-quality photo prints that can resist fading up to 200 years. Red supercharges photographs and injects arterial intensity not possible with composite inks, while grey ensures consistent monochromatic accuracy.
All these lead to increased productivity and less downtime. The PIXMA G670 and G570 support wireless and mobile printing. They also connect to Smart Speakers, Google Assistant and Amazon for hands-free, voice-activated printing.
The PIXMA G670 and G570 are now available from Canon authorized dealers at S$499 and S$399 respectively.