Canon releases its TS compact and faster Pixma printers to US market
|The Canon Pixma TS8020|
Canon has announced that four compact Pixma printers it released in Europe will now be coming to the USA, with slightly different names. The new Pixma TS models are said to be smaller and quicker than previous versions, taking up less desk space and starting up in just six seconds.
The printing and scanning all-in-one devices offer wireless connections via regular Wi-Fi and through smartphone and Cloud apps – including Apple’s AirPrint. A range of control screen sizes are available across the series, with the higher end models featuring a touch-screen interface for printing and limited editing functions such as the application of filter effects.
Each of the models prints and scans with media of up to A4 in size, and after scanning a warning appears to remind users to remove documents from the scanning platen.
The devices are available now and are priced:
Canon PIXMA TS5020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer - $99.99 MSRP (white or gray)
Canon PIXMA TS6020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer - $149.99 MSRP (white or gray)
Canon PIXMA TS8020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer - $179.99 MSRP (black, white, red or brown)
Canon PIXMA TS9020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer - $199.99 MSRP (two-tone red/black or white/black)
For more information visit the Canon USA website.
Canon U.S.A. Introduces Four Compact PIXMA Wireless Inkjet All-in-One Printers
Proof that good things do come in small packages, Canon U.S.A., Inc., a leader in digital imaging solutions, announced today four new PIXMA TS-series Wireless1 Inkjet All-In-One (AIO) printers. The PIXMA TS5020, PIXMA TS6020, PIXMA TS8020 and PIXMA TS9020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printers are more compact than their predecessors, but pack a big, high-quality punch for users. Perfect for tech savvy gadget lovers, creative crafters, passionate image makers, family projects and household printing needs; these small, sleek and sophisticated printers can fit in with any home décor.
“Canon U.S.A. is excited to bring a new series of PIXMA printers into families’ lives, helping to make their day to day more productive than ever” said Yuichi Ishizuka, president and COO, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “By decreasing the size, but increasing efficiencies and delivering crisp and clear results, we’ve made the printers in this series must-haves for every home.”
While these printers preserve what is valued from the previous series of PIXMA All-In-One printers, the new models are easy-to-use and cost-effective delivering print reliability and high-quality images. Additional new and exciting features make these printers:
The new user interface (UI) includes a large, simplistic touch LCD screen making it easy to read and select functions such as copy, scan or print.
- PIXMA TS9020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer – 5 inch screen with touch panel and on-screen buttons
- PIXMA TS8020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer – 4.3 inch screen with touch panel and on-screen buttons
- PIXMA TS6020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer – 3 inch screen with touch panel and off-screen buttons
- PIXMA TS5020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer – 3 inch screen with off-screen directional pad and start/stop buttons
The size of each new PIXMA model has been minimized, making the printer easy to store and take up less space on a desk.
Each new PIXMA model in this series will be ready to print six seconds after it is turned on and the command is sent over from your laptop, smartphone or tablet. This is half the time than on select previous models.
Wireless printing means you don’t have to plug in to print1. Each printer in this series features cloud printing capabilities through a compatible smartphone or tablet device, so PIXMA owners can print using the Canon PIXMA Cloud Link2 from virtually anywhere to link with various cloud services they use to print photos and documents. Further adding to the overall wireless capabilities of the PIXMA line of printers is Google Cloud Print, which allows users to send Gmail messages, file attachments and select Google Docs to the printer from any compatible devices.
After scanning a document or photo, the PIXMA TS9020, TS8020, TS6020, and TS5020 printers will show a reminder on the LCD screen to take the document with you to avoid misplacing important information.
The PIXMA TS9020 and TS8020 models are also able to print directly through NFC via Android devices further adding to the overall ease of use of these machines.3
Helps foster your creativity!
Through the LCD screen, the PIXMA TS9020 printer allows users to enhance their images with creative filters including options such as Monochrome, Antique, Sepia and Cinema Style. The PIXMA TS5020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer, PIXMA TS6020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer and PIXMA TS8020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer can utilize the same creative filters through the free Easy Photo Print+ web based software.4
Through PIXMA Cloud Link on the Canon PRINT app5 and the LCD screen on select models, Canon users can de-stress with a creative release by printing from over one hundred and twenty coloring pages available.
All of the printers are compatible with the new 5 inch by 5 inch paper option available today which is ideal for square prints and printing images from Instagram.
Along with the coloring pages available through PIXMA Cloud Link on the Canon PRINT app3, all Canon PIXMA wireless inkjet printers come with My Image Garden6 software. My Image Garden offers a variety of features designed to inspire and enhance creativity while empowering the sharing of images.
The PIXMA TS5020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer is $99.99 MSRP and the PIXMA TS6020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer is $149.99 MSRP. Both are available in black, white and gray. The PIXMA TS8020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer is $179.99 MSRP and is available in black, white, red, and brown and the PIXMA TS9020 Wireless Inkjet All-In-One Printer is $199.99 MSRP and is offered in two-tone red/black and white/black.
For more information and the full list of product specifications, visit: shop.usa.canon.com/pixma-ts-series
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