Costa Mesa, California-AP -- Canon is touting a printer it says is for "the higher-end digital camera owner."
It's the I-950 photo printer.
Company spokesman John Lamb says it's the "premiere photo printer" on the market.
Lamb says one aspect that makes it so special is its "enormous speed."
He says it has more than three-thousand nozzles. Lamb says that's six or seven times as many nozzles as some of its competitors. He says the I-950 printer can produce a borderless four-by-six photo in as little as 37 seconds.
Lamb also says the dots that make-up the picture cannot be seen "with the unaided human eye." He says that gives it a fabulous picture quality.
The I-950 printer is available for sale. It costs about two hundred forty-nine dollars.