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Earlier today, Canon announced new additions to their PIXMA and SELPHY printer families. The new Canon Pixma MG4220, MG3220, and MG2220 all ship with Canon's new My Image Garden software, and a Facebook application. The new Selphy CP900, on the other hand, boasts a larger screen, and can print pictures from your smartphone via Canon's Easy-PhotoPrint app.
Canon seems to be taking a strong liking to cloud printing and wireless sharing, as the Pixma MG4220 and MG3220 both support Google's Cloud Print service. By enabling users to make use of Google's application, these new printers will allow you to print from anywhere, so long as your printer is connected to the internet. Even the Selphy CP900 gets in on the wireless party with 802.11n connectivity, allowing you to print your photos on a home network.
While we haven't gotten any clues yet as to how well these new printers will perform, check back here at PrinterInfo.com for our full reviews once we've gotten our hands on a unit or two. A release date has not yet been set.
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