The four new models include G1000, G2000, G2002, G3000 of CISS printers.
The PIXMA G Series range starts from Rs 9595 for the basic model and Rs 16,795 for the wireless model.
Canon is offering the replacement ink bottles at Rs 499 per unit.
PIXMA G Series printers can print borderless photographs up to A4 size.
PIXMA G series features new refillable ink tanks with print yield as high as 6,000 pages mono prints and 7000 pages color prints. The printers have individual ink tanks for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black.
Canon PIXMA G Series have integrated ink tanks which reduces the width of the printer and provides high visibility of ink to consumers. The ink bottles are designed to minimize potential spills and leaks.
At present in India, the CISS category contributes 28 percent of inkjet printer sales.
“Canon is a new entrant into the CISS category but we are excited and bullish about capturing approximately 30 percent of the CISS market by the end of Dec 2016. With this launch we aim to strengthen our footholds amongst photo centres, copy centres and SOHO,” said Kazutada Kobayashi, president and CEO, Canon India.
Image caption: (L-R) Mr. Andrew Koh, VP-Consumer Imaging & Information Center, Mr. Kazutada Kobayashi, President & CEO, Canon India & Mr. Gautam Paul, Asst Dir & Head- CSP Group at the global launch of Canon PIXMA G Series Printer.jpg