Gagan GuptaFeb 22, 2007 15:00:00 IST
The new portable PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer is smaller than a breadbox, lighter than most laptops and fits easily in most carry-on bags.
Building on the success of the PIXMA iP90 Photo Printer, the PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer will continue to offer a broad range of compatible features such as wireless printing and even a new software program called Easy-LayoutPrint.
"As the workforce regularly increases its number of traveling and home-based occupations, Canon will continue to provide users with products that offer quality, speed and versatility wrapped into innovative designs," said Yuichi Ishizuka, senior vice president and general manager of the Consumer Imaging Group at Canon U.S.A., Inc.
Additional features of the PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer include Canon's exclusive FINE high-performance print head. FINE technology "Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering" helps ensure sub-micron level precision during the manufacturing process. The PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer has a FINE print head with 1,088 total nozzles — the most of any printer in its class — which allows for high-speed printing over wide areas in a single pass.
The printer has a maximum color resolution of 4800 x 1200 dpi2 and droplets as small as 2 picoliters.
Consumers also have the option to print wirelessly from select Bluetooth enabled cellular phones and computers with the optional user installable Bluetooth Unit (BU-10)4, which will have an estimated selling price of $79.991. The PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer also includes a built-in IrDA port (IrDA version 1.1).
The PIXMA iP90v Photo Printer will be available in the US for an estimated selling price of $249.99.
Users have the option to purchase a Portable Kit (LK-51B), which includes a Lithium Ion battery with an approximate 450 page life per two-hour charge, along with the battery housing that connects the battery to the printer, for a suggested list price of $99.99 (extra Lithium Ion battery inserts are available for a suggested list price of $89.99).
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