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Canon PIXMA MP250 Printer Driver, Software, Download.
The PIXMA MP250 gives consumers great quality at a great value all in one compact, stylish machine. Print, Copy and Scan as well as print beautiful borderless 1 photos up to 8.5″ x 11″ with true photo lab quality. If you’re printing documents or web pages that’s not a problem either – the PIXMA MP250 comes with pigment black ink so you’ll get crisp, sharp text every time. (more…)
Canon PIXMA MP210 Printer Driver, Software, Download.
Designed with style and packed with performance, the Canon MP210 Photo All-In-One (AIO) printer delivers new ease-of-use and printing technology, boasts approximately 46-second 4” x 6” borderless photo printing speeds1, and offer functionality in a stylish, compact package. (more…)
Canon PIXMA MP190 Printer Driver, Software, Download.
This All-In-One automatically detects the type of original you’re copying whether it’s a photo, a text document or even a page from your notebook and then processes the image with optimal settings. The resuls are copies that will be truer to the originals, with accurate colour and reduced grain in photos, and sharp, bold text in documents. (more…)
Canon PIXMA MP140 Printer Driver, Software, Download.
Ready to get more done, right at home? This Photo All-In-One gives you the Print-Copy-Scan performance you’ve been looking for. Its patented print head technology lets you create beautiful, long-lasting photos, from credit-card size up to 8.5″ x 11″. Your copies will now be truer to your originals’ images and text. And, the unique Z-Lid expansion top lifts approximately 1-inch vertically and lets you produce clear, complete scans even of thick originals like personal notebooks. (more…)
Canon PIXMA MG5350 Printer Driver, Software, Download.
The Pixmas have generally been amongst the most attractive of printers, and the MG5350 looks surprisingly sleek given a reasonably sizeable footprint. The polished black casing has a sweeping curve to it, and the various paper feeds tuck neatly away when not in use – only to automatically glide into place when a new print job is approaching. (more…)