Canon PIXMA, a new printer from Canon, will add two new print sizes to its printer lineup, according to Canon President and CEO Doug Noyes.
The new printer will be available in two models, a 10″ and a 14″ version.
Noyis said the new printer is designed for the business user and the professional printer.
The 10″ model will offer a larger, faster print capability than the smaller 14″ model, Noyens said.
The smaller printer will offer more printing space for a smaller print area, and the larger printer will have more space for larger print areas.
The printer will come in three different colors.
Noyses said that the new Canon Pixels will be in retail stores starting on March 7.
The 14″ Canon Pixie will be on shelves later this year.
The Canon P1 will be released in early 2018.
The next model, the Canon P2, will come out in 2020.
The Pixels and Pixie models will also be available at retail outlets, Noysers said.
The Pixels are expected to start shipping in early 2019.
The 15″ Canon Epson will be arriving in 2020, followed by the 14″ and 15″ models in 2020 and 2021.
The Epson is scheduled to be released around late 2021.
Canon said it expects to have 10 million Canon Eppots shipped to retailers in 2019.
“As Canon continues to innovate and bring the best in printer technology to consumers, we’re excited to announce the launch of the new Pixels printer family,” Noyans said in a statement.
“We look forward to bringing the new digital printer to the market and bringing this new printer family to the masses.”