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Canon Intros PIXMA iP4500 and PIXMA iP3500 Photo Printers

Canon U.S.A. has announced the new PIXMA iP4500 Photo Printer and PIXMA iP3500 Photo Printer. The PIXMA iP4500 Photo Printer boasts high-resolution, fast photo printing speeds and five individual ink tanks to deliver professional performance. The PIXMA iP3500 Photo Printer offers four individual ink tanks and a 4-inch x 6-inch photo lab quality borderless print in less than approximately 50 seconds. Building on Canon's current line of photo printers, these two models offer two levels of quality and speed with elegant styling and exceptional printing features.

Designed for high-quality and fast photo and text printing, the PIXMA iP4500 Photo Printer features a maximum of 9600 x 2400 color dpi resolution and five Smart LED equipped individual ink tanks in the trailblazing Canon FINE print head. All these features together allow the printer to deliver print speeds of approximately 31 pages per minute for black, 24 ppm for color and 21 seconds for a 4" x 6" inch photo lab quality borderless photo. Built-in automatic duplexing allows any user to print double-sided documents or photos without having to manually turn the paper. Imagine the ability to seamlessly turn a hefty 20-page report into a convenient and environmentally-friendly 10-page version. The PIXMA iP4500 Photo Printer has a stylish design with sleek curves and silver and black accents that enhances the look of any home or small office.

For consumers who require an even more wallet-friendly product, the Canon PIXMA iP3500 Photo Printer offers exceptional features at a value price. Elegant piano black with silver accents adds style to function. It boasts a maximum of 4800 x 1200 color dpi resolution and Smart LED equipped individual ink tanks in a Canon-exclusive FINE print head. Printing speeds are exceptional at up to 25 ppm in black and 17 ppm in color with approximately 47-second 4" x 6" photo lab quality, borderless photo printing. The iP3500 Photo Printer is even equipped with dual paper paths for greater convenience, eliminating the time consumed switching paper types.



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