Canon PIXMA Pro 10S Printer + LaCie 1TB Rugged Mini Portable Hard Drive

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Canon PIXMA Pro 10S Printer + LaCie 1TB Rugged Mini Portable Hard DriveSave £75 - Enter Code 'PHOTOSHOW75' at Checkout. This bundle contains the Canon Pixma Pro 10S and FREE Lacie Rugged 1TB Drive worth £80. The Canon PIXMA Pro 10S Printer is a highly accurate, 10-ink pigment based printer produces gallery-quality prints you'll be proud to display or sell. The Canon PIXMA Pro 10S offers full cloud connectivity offers easy integration with your favourite professional editing and storage apps. The pocket-sized LaCie 1TB Rugged Mini Portable Hard Drive is shock, rain and pressure resistant and features both a USB 3.0 and USB 2.0 interface meaning that you can use it on almost any computer. The Rugged Mini doesn’t just keep your data safe from external forces but with secure protection software built-in it also stops anyone from accessing your files. Its small size makes it perfect to take with you wherever you go Back to top

Product Specification

Canon PIXMA Pro 10S Printer
Connectivity Hi-Speed USB 2.0 (B port), Ethernet: 10/100Mbps (auto switchable), Wi-Fi: IEEE802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi Security: WPA-PSK, WPA2-PSK, WEP, Administration password, PIXMA Clould Link (PRINT), PRO Gallery Print app, PIXMA Printing Solutions app, Android Print Plugin, Apple AirPrint, PictBridge (USB)
Included Accessories Power cord, 10 x ink tanks (PGI-72 PBK/MBK/GY/C/PC/M/PM/Y/R/CO), Warranty sheet, Setup software & User,s manual CD including My Image Garden with HD Movie Print and Print Studio Pro
Ink Type LUCIA ink with Chroma PGI-72
Maximum Document Size A3+
Maximum Resolution 4800 x 2400
Size (mm) 689 x 385 x 215 mm
System Requirements Windows 8.1*,Windows 8,Windows 7,Windows 7 SP1,Windows Vista, Mac OS X v10.7.5 or later
Weight (g) 20000
Manufacturer Link Canon
LaCie Rugged Mini Portable Hard Drive - 1TB
Storage Capacity 1000
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