Canon U.S.A., Inc. introduced six new printers designed for hybrid workers and small businesses. These models include new features to help meet the latest market needs.
“Canon is proud to deliver solutions designed to meet new customer needs through the continued expansion of the MAXIFY and imageCLASS printer lines,” says Isao “Sammy” Kobayashi, senior vice president and general manager of Canon U.S.A., Inc. “These new printers are designed to improve efficiency for small and home offices, while being versatile, eco-friendly, and time-saving tools.”
The new MAXIFY GX5020 printer is an extension of the Canon MegaTank Printer lineup utilizing a high-volume continuous ink supply system. This technology also allows users to focus on their work and not get distracted by frequently replacing ink cartridges. The MAXIFY GX5020 printer can hold up to 350 sheets of paper.
The Canon MAXIFY GX5020 printer is also compatible with the new online version of PosterArtist, a poster creation program designed for all levels of users to create professional-looking posters, banners and signage, with a unique technology allows it to express four different textured looks in gold or silver to enhance the output. This application, that works across many supported compatible models of Canon devices including the imagePROGRAF, PIXMA, imageRUNNER ADVANCE, imageCLASS, imagePRESS and MAXIFY series.
“Canon’s MAXIFY GX and imageCLASS devices offer a great value for small and home office environments and increase the value of the company’s already impressive lineup for the SOHO buyer to consider,” says Keith Kmetz, program vice president, imaging, printing & document solutions, IDC.
Lastly, Canon is adding the imageCLASS MF3010 and MF3010VP (“Value Pack”) to its lineup of black-and-white laser printers for home office environments. These models can print up to 19 ppm, with the first page printed in 8 seconds, and a capacity of 150 sheets. The MF3010VP printer comes with an additional toner cartridge, and both models come with a long USB cable to connect to a PC or Mac.