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Canon has beefed up its printer range with four fresh models - the Bubble Jet S400, S450, S4500 and S800.

The S400 prints up to nine pages per minute (PPM) and is aimed at the home and small office user. It includes Canon's Photo Optimizer PRO technology and USB support.

The S450 prints ten ppm, with 1440dpi, and is aimed at the SOHO user.

The S4500 is an A3 colour printer that can be used with Windows or Mac operating systems and is aimed at businesses. All three come with Single Ink tank technology, which means users don't have to throw the entire cartridge away when one colour runs out - each colour can be replaced separately. They all also double up as scanners.

The S800 is aimed at printing photographs, and Canon reckons it can churn out an A4 photo, at 1200dpi, in around two minutes. ®

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