Canon U.S.A Unveils PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Inkjet Printer for High Resolution Images
MELVILLE, NY: Canon U.S.A. a manufacturer of imaging and optical products has announced release of the PIXMA MG3620 Wireless Inkjet All-in-One printer for convenient high resolution printing needs.
The PIXMA MG3620 with its wireless functionality helps to print and scan from anywhere supported by features like Auto duplex printing and Mobile Device Printing. It features Hybrid Ink System that commingles dye ink and black pigment ink for sharp text with vivid colors. With momentum to print documents and web pages at speed of 9.9 images per minute for black and 5.7 images per minute for color it accelerates print productivity. It’s Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) features with a patented print head firing ink droplets of 2pl. In terms of quality it can produce 4800 x 1200 maximum color dpi offering clear details of any image along with Auto scan mode for relevant scan settings.
Uncomplicated operation of PIXMA MG3620 features Auto Power On, Special Filters and Effects such as Fish Eye, Miniature, Toy Camera, Soft Focus and Blur Background before you print and My Image Garden software that enables personalized organization of most preferred images. To add up, it provides, Quiet Mode for less noise pollution printing and Auto 2-sided printing that minimizes paper usage.
Through Canon PRINT app which can support any mobile device user will be able to print and scan from anywhere as well as send photos directly from wireless PictBridge compatible camera to PIXMA MG3620. Customer can print from iPad, iPhone or iPod touch with AirPrint and from Android devices through Mopria along with Google Cloud Print. Canon is providing PIXMA MG3620, manuals, setup CD-ROM, FINE Cartridges and Power Cord for buyers.
This printer has ability to print images directly from and scan documents to Instagram, Facebook, Twitter, Dropbox, Google Drive and Microsoft OneDrive as well as from Slideshare and OneNote. PIXMA MG3620 consists of traditional features as well as value added modular benefits attained through research and development for quality and stylish printing, acknowledged Yuichi Ishizuka, President, Canon U.S.A.
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