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Canon Middle East has announced three new design focused printers in the premium range. The new PIXMA iP7240, PIXMA MG5440 and PIXMA MG6340 can print at photo-lab quality at home.

Canon Middle East has announced three new design focused printers in the premium range. The new PIXMA iP7240, PIXMA MG5440 and PIXMA MG6340 can print at photo-lab quality at home.

Canon's All-in-One Photo printer range are the MG5440 and MG6340, two high-performance PIXMA devices which feature the option of cost-saving high capacity XL inks, and connectivity for printing around the home. The 'Snap Edge' design on the MG5440 and MG6340 sharpens the look of the printer and allows easy access for replacing ink tanks. They  features two front-loading paper trays and can easily be stored or used in tight spaces, such as on shelves in rooms where space is less. The two trays also make it easier to switch between printing documents and photos, by enabling two different paper sizes to be loaded simultaneously.

Also, the new PIXMA iP7240, a document and photo printer replacing the iP4950, with better print speeds. The iP7240 also supports tablet and smartphone printing. It is Canon's first single-function printer to feature Wi-Fi connectivity. The iP7240 has a 5-ink system and produces fast A4 ISO ESAT print speeds of 15ipm for mono and 10ipm for colour. Additional key features include direct printing, double front paper cassettes, direct disc print, auto power on/off and auto duplex print, which by printing double-sided, can reduce paper consumption by up to 50%.

All three printers can be used with Canon's high capacity XL ink tanks, which provide up to 2x more prints per tank compared to standard size ink tanks.

Also, the printers have Canon's latest my image garden software as standard, which includes access to the new-look creative park premium. Photos can also be printed using Canon's new 'Print Your Days' Facebook app, which has been designed to enhance and print photos directly from Facebook to a Canon PIXMA printer.