Having your smartphone’s battery die is the modern-day equivalent to getting a flat tire – it throws an unexpected wrench into your plans. As convenient as it is to have everything from concert tickets to travel itinerary saved on your mobile device, batteries do die – making “I swear it’s on my phone” the digital era’s version of the “my dog ate my homework” excuse.
Thankfully, Cannon has launched a series of PIXMA Printers so that you always have a backup plan literally on paper. The Canon PIXMA Printer allows you to scan and print pictures and documents directly from your smartphone or tablet with just a little tap. Finally, a printer that is compatible with those little devices we now consider our fifth limb: our phones.
There’s nothing worse than rushing around on the morning of an important presentation, only to fumble with your USB while frantically searching for the documents you were supposed to print the night before. Enter the Pixma Printer. With just a quick tap, those all important files will be in your hands in no time.
Running late for a flight? You can still print everything from your boarding pass to scanned images of your passport and credit cards with a quick tap. It’s like having a personal assistant on hand to help you get out the door – though the Pixma Printer can’t help you pack your suitcase.
Throwing a party or planning a Pinterest-inspired wedding? Think instant photo booth pictures at a fraction of the price, which means you can put more budget towards the open bar. Make physical copies of images from your smartphone just seconds after taking them with the Pixma Printer. It’s like the 21st century’s answer to the Polaroid.
It’s easy to let Instagram and Facebook take over where photo albums left off, but some of life’s most precious moments are worth framing and mounting on your walls – and not just the social media news feed kind. Creating photo albums of vacations, anniversaries, family gatherings, and special occasions has seriously never been easier. If you’ve been meaning to do something with the thousands of photos backlogged in your gallery, now you finally have a hassle-free way to do it.
Leave those cords and unnecessary extra steps in the past and embrace the marriage of your smartphone and the Pixma Printer. The world is moving fast, but the Pixma Printer ensures that you’re always ready for whatever comes your way.
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*This is a sponsored post by Canon