New Canon PIXMA TS702 Color Inkjet Printer with Voice-Command Printing

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Canon U.S.A. today introduced its latest PIXMA color inkjet printer, the new PIXMA TS702 Compact Connected Inkjet Printer ($129,99). Canon says the new PIXMA features a smaller footprint, thus occupying less desk space in comparison to its predecessor, the PIXMA iP7220 printer, and is a high-volume model capable of producing high-quality prints including documents and photos, with a recommended monthly volume of from 250 to 1,000 pages.

Mobile-printing includes Apple AirPrint support, Mopria support, the Canon Easy-PhotoPrint Editor, the Canon PRINT Inkjet/SELPHY, and Message in Print. Those on the road can access and print their documents using the PIXMA Cloud Link or, for Google account holders, the Google Cloud Print Web printing service. The TS702 features two-way paper feeding, auto two-sided printing, the ability to print on square media as well as a multi-purpose tray for printing on CDs and DVDs.

Features for home users in particular include:

  • For IFTTT account holders, use of Web services Wia IFTTT, such as automatically printing documents using remote printers
  • For Amazon and/or Google account holders, support for the Amazon Alexa virtual assistant and Google Assistant virtual personal assistant-enabled smart speakers for voice-driven commands, enabling users for instance to check the status of the printer via voice command and for  hands-free printing
  • Access to online manuals and the “Getting the Most From Your Printer” Web site via the Canon Print app
  • Five-ink individual ink system, so that users only print the color that runs out
  • Print photos, images, and documents on up to 12″x12″ medi
  • Print greeting cards and labels
  • Front and back paper-feeding
  • 4.3″ LCD touchscreen
  • Wi-Fi wireless connectivity

Features designed in particular for business users include:

  • 350-page paper capacity
  • Optional extra-large-capacity ink cartridges
  • Small footprint (14″ x 14.6″)
  • Standard and private management information base (“MIB”) functions permitting users to manage remote printers, as well as wired LAN for networking
  • Ability to check printer status and ink levels with MIB, which also allows the end-user to order office supplies and manage office operations
  • Two-way paper feeding, including high-volume paper feeding; paper of different types and sizes can be set simultaneously
  • Quieter plain-paper printing operations and less time between clicking the print button on a PC until the paper feeding begins, as compared to its predecessor, the iP7220
  • Improved color reproduction, as compared to its predecessor, the iP7220

For more information and complete specifications, visit Canon here.

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