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Canon adds five new photo printers to PIXMA line  
Monday, August 22, 2005 | by Rob Galbraith

Canon today has announced the addition of five new photo printers to its PIXMA printer line.

The Canon iP5200R, iP5200, iP6600D, iP6220D and iP6210D all use Canon's new dye-based ChromaLife100 inks for promised greater print longevity than with existing Canon dye-based inks and three of the five models incorporate status lights that warn of low ink levels or an improperly-installed cartridge.

The iP5200R can be connected to a wired Ethernet or Wi-Fi network and is a replacement for the iP4000R, our home office text (and some photo) printing workhorse for the past 10 months.

All of the new PIXMA printers have an 8.5 inch wide carriage; Canon has not announced today any new 13 inch wide carriage photo printers.

A Canon USA press release has additional information.

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