• Canon announces new Pixma G series printers with refillable ink tanks


    Canon’s latest Pixma G series printers come with refillable ink tanks and a print yield of up to 6000 pages (Source: Canon India)
    While a global launch for smartphones in India has become common, Canon has announced the global launch of its Pixma range of printers with refillable ink in India.
    Canon has launched four new models in its Pixma G series – G1000, G2000, G2002 and G3000 in India. Canon now has total of 33 inkjet printers. The USP of these printers is the integrated ink tank which are refillable.
    Canon claims that the print yield with this printer will be as high as 6000 black and white pages and up to 7000 colour prints. The printers come with individual tanks for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black colours. Canon has priced the replacement ink bottles at Rs 499 per unit.

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    Apple iPad Pro will go on sale on November 11. (Source: AP)
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  • Mobile Virtual Reality will be successful long before PC VR: Oculus founder


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  • Kickstarter: Gest makes controlling your computer possible with hand motion


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