Canon has added two offerings to its PIXMA line of photo inkjet printers: the affordable PIXMA iP1600, which sells for $49.99, and the PIXMA iP4200, which costs $129.99.
The iP1600 replaces the outgoing iP1500 model and features a print resolution of 4800x1200 dpi and ink droplets as small as two picoliters. The four-color printer produces a lab quality 4x6-inch borderless photo in about 70 seconds.
Canon PIMXA iP1600
The iP4200 replaces the iP3000 and iP4000 models and packs a print resolution of 9600x2400 dpi with one picoliter ink droplets. The five-color printer can print a borderless 4x6-inch photo in 51 seconds and offers PictBridge direct printing support from Canon cameras.
Canon PIMXA iP4200
Both printers feature Canonis ChromaLife100 system, which Canon says enables the printers to produce prints that can last up to 100 years when printed using Canonis inks and papers and stored in an archival photo album.