Canon introduced three new photo printers today that sport quite a few new features that you'll likely be interested in. First up is the PIXMA MP560, which is an all-in-one inkjet that sports duplex printing, photo correction and Wi-Fi.
It also has a USB port, for printing directly from external storage. It's capable of printing 4" x 6" prints in grayscale at a rate of 9.2 images a minute and 6 images per minute in color. Expected price is to be $150. Another model is the MP490, which lacks some features like USB printing, duplexing and Wi-Fi. It has a slower printing rate and a 1.8-inch LCD screen. The cost is expected to be $100.
The last new model announced today is a part of a portable line called SELPHY. The printer is the CP790 and it has features like face detection and a bunch of customization tools like layouts and stamps. A memory card slot adds more space and it also comes with a storage basket. It has a 3-inch LCD screen and is available later this month for $180.