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    Canon Says New Printer Tech is Revolutionary
    Pixma MX7600 all-in-one printer introduces a new ink technology that
    lets you print vibrant photos and graphics on plain copier paper,
    according to Canon.
    Canon says its newest all-in-one , the Pixma
    MX7600 Office All-In-One, is not just another printer, but one that
    introduces a revolutionary print technology. More precisely, it brings
    a new ink technology to the small office, combining Canon pigment inks
    that are already available in some more expensive Canon models with a
    new twist—for Canon at least—for printing on plain paper.

    new twist relies on a clear ink that coats the entire page, effectively
    turning even the cheapest copy paper into a coated paper. According to
    Canon, the undercoat lets you print even full-page graphics and photos
    without the paper curling or wrinkling. If true, this is a particularly
    welcome improvement for Canon, since full-page graphics printed on
    Canon ink jet printers have tended to make inexpensive papers curl.Even
    better, according to Canon, because the undercoat prevents the ink from
    being absorbed into the paper, edges for text and line graphics are
    crisper than ink jets normally offer, and colors are more vibrant than
    they would otherwise be. The final result, according to Canon once
    again, is graphics and photos on the cheapest copier paper which rival
    the quality of output on high-quality photo matte paper.

    printer itself offers a full set of AIO features and then some,
    including a built-in network connector. It prints and scans over a
    network as well as over a USB connection, works as a standalone copier
    and fax machine, and can fax from a PC.Like most Canon AIOs and
    printers, the MX7600 duplexes (prints on both sides of the page).
    Unlike most—and unlike most of the competition—it also has a duplexing
    automatic document feeder (ADF) so it can scan and copy duplex pages
    automatically, and can copy both simplex and duplex originals to your
    choice of simplex or duplex copies. Other useful touches include
    instant-on scanning, with little to no warm-up time, and the ability to
    scan and print simultaneously while copying, so one page can print even
    as later pages are going through the scanner.The MX7600 will be
    available in early April for $399 direct.