Apple’s wireless printing technology lets you beam content from your iDevice
Canon U.S.A. has announced new AirPrint-compatible devices in the PIXMA Wireless Inkjet Photo line of all-in-one printers, namely the MG7120 and MG5520.AirPrint has been one of the most exciting new additions to Apple’s iOS operating system in 2010 when version 4.2 enabled iPhone and iPad users to print content from their iDevices wirelessly, by means of a few taps.
Numerous applications support AirPrint today, and while the technology started off with only a handful of supported printers, nowadays pretty much every vendor offers built-in support.
Canon is a leader in this area, as almost all of its printers are AirPrint-enabled. Added to the mix are the new PIXMA Wireless Inkjet MG7120 and MG5520, according to a recent announcement from the company.
Other new Canon devices that support AirPrint include the PIXMA MX922 Wireless Inkjet Office All-In-One; the PIXMA MX522 Wireless Inkjet Office All-In-One; the PIXMA MX452 Wireless Inkjet Office All-In-One; the PIXMA PRO-10 Professional Inkjet Printer; and the PIXMA PRO-100 Professional Inkjet Printer.