A Canon CVS printer with Canon’s CVS Scanner, or CVS Inkjet printer, will be available in the next couple of weeks.
Canon CTO Michael Lynch has announced that this new printer, called the CVS-R, will offer Canon users an option for digital printing, something Canon had never done before.
“With CVS scanning, you print a digital image directly from the CCS scan of the inkjet cartridge.
This is a great way to print high-resolution digital images,” said Lynch.
“The CVS scanners also offer an option to print directly from a CVS image, which is also great for low-resolution printouts.”
Lynch also confirmed that Canon will be launching the Cvs Scanner at a number of retail locations this fall, including a Canon store, Staples, and Walgreens, as well as at the Canon Expo Center in Los Angeles and at Canon’s booth at the World Wide Web Conference in San Francisco.
The Canon Cvs scanner is a version of Canon’s Canon CvS scanner that has been available for several years now, but has never been available to Canon customers.
Lynch also said that the CvScanner will be priced at $399 USD, which makes it the lowest price for a Canon Cvet scanner.
The Cvs-R will come in three sizes: Micro, Medium, and Full-size.
Each size will offer an optical viewfinder and a touch-sensitive LCD screen, and the printer will come with a USB charging port.
The full-size scanner will have an integrated SD card reader, while the micro scanner will only support an SD card.
The Micro scanner will be the smallest, and will come out at about the size of a credit card.
The printer will have a price of $399USD, and while the Canon Cvp scanner will retail for $399, it will cost $499USD if purchased through the Canon EPD store.
If you’re not planning on buying a Canon scanner in the near future, you can preorder the Canon Scanner here.