Canon is on a new product release blitz today with cameras, scanners and now printers. Canon announced three new all-in-one printers called the PIXMA MX700, MX310, and MX300. The MX700 offers a maximum print resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi and uses four individual ink tanks. Print speeds are claimed to be up to 30ppm in black and 20 ppm in color.
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The MX700 also has Ethernet capabilities to allow you to connect the printer directly to your home or office network. Canon's Quick Start capability allows use of the printer in seconds rather than the minutes some printers need to warm up. A 30 page auto feeder allows you to scan or copy multiple documents without having to stand by the printer. The 30-page feeder also comes in handy for faxing multiple pages with the built-in fax modem. The MX700 will retail for $199.99.
The PIXMA MX310 also features a printer, scanner, copier, and fax. It features a 30-document feeder and a maximum print resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi. The MSRP for the MX310 is $129.99.
The last new all-in-one from Canon is the MX300, which has the smallest footprint of any of the Canon All-in-one printers. Even though the MX300 is small it still packs in a printer, scanner, copier, and fax. The MSRP for the MX300 is $99.99.