New Canon PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Color Inkjet All-in-One with Print from and Scan to Cloud Sites
Canon U.S.A. is expanding its PIXMA color inkjet family of All-in-Ones with its new PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One ($79.99 estimated retail price), which is designed for home and home-office use, and features WiFi connectivity for printing from any WiFi-enabled PC. Canon says the new All-in-One provides easier set-up of Wi-Fi-connectivity than previous PIXMA models, and includes: access to the updated Canon PRINT application; a four-color FINE ink cartridge system; automatic power-on-and-off; automatic two-sided printing; and PictBridge printing via Wireless LAN for direct connection to select Canon digital cameras.
With the updated Canon PRINT application, users can print from and scan images and documents to several of popular online social platforms and services, such as Facebook, Twitter, Flickr, Photobucket, Dropbox, Evernote, Creative Park and Creative Park Premium, Google Drive, and Microsoft OneDrive. This model also supports Google Cloud Print, for printing from the Gmail Web-mail service and Google Docs service from a mobile device, and from the Google Chrome Web browser for Apple Mac, Microsoft Windows, Linux, and Chrome OS operating systems. Also supported is Apple AirPrint mobile printing.
New features also include the ability to print images directly from the Web-based Instagram photo-sharing service. Documents may also be printed from SlideShare and users can send scanned documents directly to OneNote Plus. Canon’s Easy-Photo Print+ and Creative Park Premium Web applications may also be accessed from compatible smartphones and tablets for sharing and editing individual photos using Cloud-based technology. Creative Park Premium features new print layouts that are available via the Cloud or from compatible smartphones and tablets.
Using the Canon FINE ink Cartridge system, the PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One uses four separate ink cartridges – three separate dye-based cyan, yellow, and magenta ink cartridges, and one pigment-based black ink cartridge.
Canon rates print speed at up to 9.9 (black)/5.7 (color) ppm. Functions include print, copy, and scan (flatbed-scanning only, as there’s no automatic document feeder), all of which are in color. The PIXMA MG3620 is compatible with Microsoft Windows and Apple Mac OS X v10.7.5 to 10.10. It incorporates a standard Hi-Speed USB port, PictBridge (Wireless LAN) port, and 802.11b/g/n) wireless LAN connectivity.
Also provided is Canon’s My Image Garden software for enhancing and sharing images. My Image Garden features Canon’s Full HD Movie Print software to help users produce still images of frames from videos captured using select Canon EOS digital SLRs cameras, PowerShot digital cameras, and VIXIA camcorders. Special Filters, such as Fish-Eye, Miniature, and Toy Camera, are available.
With this new model, Canon’s home-office and office-inkjet lineup now includes 15 PIXMAs for home- and home-office use; one SELPHY for home office; and five MAXIFY inkjets for business use.
For more information and complete specifications, visit Canon here.
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