TITLE

Rapid Fire

PUB. DATE
December 2003
SOURCE
Management Services;Dec2003, Vol. 47 Issue 12, p30
SOURCE TYPE
Academic Journal
DOC. TYPE
Article
ABSTRACT
The article presents information on the SmartBase MP360 and 370 multi-function models of printers from Canon. The printers combine print, photo-print, flatbed scanning and copy technologies. With only one cable, one power source and one driver installation these surprisingly compact devices save plenty of time. The 370, claims Canon, is the world's first multi-function peripheral to support the industry standard PictBridge interface, which allows personal computer-free direct printing from any brand of PictBridge compatible digital camera or camcorder via a USB cable. The models include a 4800x1200 dpi printer, 1200x2400 dpi CCD scanner, borderless high-resolution photo printing with 2pl ink droplets and a copier. Both models boast rapid 18ppm mono and 12ppm colour print speeds. A Hi-Speed USB 2.0 interface streamlines communication between scanner and computer. Unique to these new models, the new intelligent print tray automatically opens when a print job is submitted. Scanning is at 1200x2400 dpi resolution and 48/24 bit In/Out colour depth. But up to 9600 dpi is achievable with software techniques.
ACCESSION #
11747673

 

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