Canon has introduced new printers with the launch of one "stylish and easy-to-use" home printer and three new all-in-ones for the small office slash home office.

With a compact design, the PIXMA iP2702 is angled at the home user and offers document and photo printing using Canon's "FINE" tech with printing at resolutions of up to 4800 x 1200dpi.

Compatible with "Easy-PhotoPrint EX" software, printing a 10 x 15cm borderless photo is said to take 55 seconds, while printing from the Web is said to be made easier as it can "clip" part of a webpage for targeted printing.

The all-in-ones are the PIXMA MX870, PIXMA MX350 and PIXMA MX340. Offering printing, scanning, copying and faxing functionality, these models also offer Canon's FINE tech as well as Wi-Fi in all three models.

Stand out features include the ability to save faxes to the internal memory and then store to a USB key as PDF - handy if your ink or paper has run out - and the option to print images directly from PictBridge, iPhone and Bluetooth devices (with an adapter) while the MX870 and MX350 can also print photos from USB drives and memory cards.

All models are due to be available in March with pricing at £45 for iP2702, £199 for the MX870, £149 for the MX350 and £99 for the MX340.