Canon unveils PIXMA MG4150 wireless all-in-one printer

Wireless printers sure make it easy as there are less cables to deal with, so if you’re shopping about for an all-in-one wireless printer, you might be interested in checking out Canon’s latest offering in the form of the PIXMA MG4150 which is expected to see a release in Europe this March.

Just like most all-in-one printers, the PIXMA MG4150 features printing, scanning and copying capabilities, plus the convenience and ability to print and scan wirelessly. The printer features ISO speeds of 9.9ipm for black and white documents, 5.7ipm for color prints, and Canon has boasted that the printer will be able to produce a 10x15cm borderless photo in just 44 seconds.

The printer is said to be able to deliver a maximum 4800dpi print resolution, and features Auto Duplex Print that allows for the automatic printing on both sides of the paper. The PIXMA MG4150 sports a 6” LCD display and can even print photos stored online, such as from the CANON iMAGE GATEWAY and Picasa Web Album, and through mobile phones with the use of the Canon Easy Photo-Print app on iOS and Android.

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