Canon has added a new network-ready office all-in-one, the MX860, to its PIXMA range that offers both Wi-Fi and Ethernet connectivity.

The PIXMA MX860 combines Canon's "premium" print engine capable of 10cmx15cm borderless photo prints, auto duplex scan and copy functions, an auto document feeder of up to 35 sheets, and a Super G3 fax.

Its CIS scanner offers up to 2400dpi resolution as well as scan to PDF functionality. The MX860 also offers a multi memory card reader and a 6.2cm colour TFT display.

Complete with Canon's Easy-PhotoPrint EX software, the MX860 will be available from March priced at £259.00/289.00 euros.

Two new PIXMA inkjet all-in-one models, designed for home office users have also been launched.

Featuring "contemporary designs", the PIXMA MX320 and PIXMA MX330 offer photolab quality prints, copy, scan, fax and ADF functionality.

Offering up to 1200dpi scans the devices can scan directly to a USB key. There's also a 30-sheet auto document feeder and Super G3 fax capabilities with internal fax memory.

In addition, the PIXMA MX330 offers a 4.5cm TFT display and several extra copier functions.

PictBridge-enabled, and complete with Canon software, the PIXMA MX320 is available from March for £99.00/109.00 euros while the PIXMA MX330 will cost £149.00/169.00 euros, also available in March.