Thinking about pulling the trigger on a new printer or scanner in the near future? You may want to sit tight for a bit. Canon has outed its newest grouping of the aforementioned peripherals with retooled frames and a smattering of other improvements. For those looking for an all-in-one solution, the PIXMA MG6320 and MG5420 carry the multi-function moniker and a snap-edge design that makes getting to those precious ink cartridges a breeze. The new exterior also relocates the paper handling to allow the unit to rest flush against a wall or the back of a shelf. What’s the difference, you ask? Well, the MG6320 (pictured above) wields a 3.5-inch touch-screen LCD while the MG5420 houses a regular ol’ 3-inch LCD. However, both feature a truckload wireless printing capabilities from both computers and mobile devices. No word on a ship date, but the pair will be priced at $200 and $150 when they make their debut in stores.
If a single-function unit is more your style, the PIXMA iP7220 might just do the trick. The wireless printer touts a Quiet Mode for less noisy operation and ramps up the output speeds to 15 images per minute (ipm) in black and white and ten in color. Details are scarce on an arrival here as well, but the peripheral will set you back $100 when it hits. Last but certainly not least, the CanoScan 9000F Mark II photo scanner is poised to handle that hefty cataloging project whether it consists of 35mm film, slides or other visual artifacts. The 9000F boasts a max DPI of 9,600 x 9,600 for film and 4,800 x 4,800 for other types of media alongside Auto Document Fix that insures scans are top-notch. Again, an exact sale date remains elusive, but the archival aid will ship for $200. All of the particulars on each of the four models awaits in the full PR just past the break.