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Canon refreshes Pixma G series printers

Refillable ink tank printers to allow printing of up to 12,000 pages

Canon refreshes Pixma G series printers
The latest Pixma G upgrade means users can print at high volume without changing inks.

Printing and imaging solutions vendor Canon Middle East, has refreshed its Pixma G series refillable ink tank printers.

According to the vendor, the printers will now be shipped with inks that allow users to print up to 12,000 pages from two black ink bottles or 7,000 pages from a set of colour inks.

Designed to boost productivity and keep running costs down, the latest upgrade means users can print at high volume without changing inks.

Binoj Nair, senior manager - B2C Marketing and Direct Sales, Canon Middle East, said: "At Canon we celebrate storytelling right from capturing every moment to the delivery of superior quality prints that great experiences deserve. With the customer at the centre of everything we do, the latest refresh of the Pixma G series allows users to conveniently preserve their memories and encourages them to print more without compromising on time or quality. With every new innovation, we are committed to helping our customers ‘Live for the story' and tell their stories through a connected ecosystem of storytelling products and services."

Offering convenience and efficiency, the high yield, easy to use and compact Pixma G array printers are designed for those requiring productive printers for home, home office and small office environments. In addition, said Canon, all models within the series can produce borderless photos up to A4 and the new auto power on/off setting helps save energy when the printer is not in use.

The new Canon Pixma G models are available in the Middle East from June 2018.

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