In addition to new and revamped digital cameras, Canon has also introduced two new printers. The i9900 desktop photo printer is targeted to consumers, photo enthusiasts and working photographers. The 13 x 19-inch inkjet printer features new red and green ink cartridges, 4800 x 2400 dots per inch maximum color resolution, microscopic two-picoliter ink droplets, and FireWire and USB 2.0 interfaces. The i9900 will be available in May at an estimated list price of US$499.99. The $3,495 imagePROGRAF W6200 is a wide format printer designed for the production of detailed, photo-quality archival prints and proofs up to 24 inches wide. Due by mid-February, the imagePROGRAF W6200 supports popular network protocols (including TCP/IP, AppleTalk and IPX/SPX) and ships with a 10/100 BASE-T/TX Ethernet network interface and a USB 2.0 interface. An optional FireWire board is available. Both Canon printers are compatible with Mac OS 8.6-9.x and Mac OS X (10.2.1 and higher).