Luxury Electronics When I read that Canon's new PIXMA MP950 features Inkjet Nozzle Engineering with next-generation 3,584-nozzle print heads that eject droplets as small as 1 picoliter, it didn't make me run out and buy one because (I'm not afraid to admit) I had no idea what any of that meant. What's Inkjet Nozzle Engineering and how big is a picoliter is in comparison to say, the size of a pencil eraser? All you need to know is that your pictures will come out smoother, more life-like and grain-free-and all in about 46 seconds flat. Plus, with resolution of up to 9600 x 2400 color dpi, your prints will retain remarkable detail and clarity.
One of the coolest features is the Photo/Film button that lets you make reprints of photos and 35mm film without using your computer. You can simultaneously scan up to 12 frames of 35mm film (negatives or positives), or up to 8 mounted slides. You don't have to worry about mixing up photo paper and plain paper (because you know how much photo paper costs). Two paper trays let you keep photo paper stored in one, plain paper in the other, so you're always ready to print either photos or documents.
So, you don't need to know what Inkjet Nozzle Engineering is or What CCD technology stands for, only that it makes this Print-Copy-Scanner the ultimate machine for your photo lab quality photo and laser-quality document printing needs.
For LxM Amy Covington