Canon U.S.A., Inc has released its latest black-and-white imageCLASS lineup refresh. These new models complete the refresh of Canon’s imageCLASS black-and-white lineup, which began earlier this month.
“Canon’s signature reliability, evolving engine technologies, and intuitive user experience help small-to-medium businesses keep productivity high through advanced features and device displays that simplify user workflows,” says Toyotsugu Kuwamura, executive vice president and general manager, Business Imaging Solutions Group, Canon U.S.A., Inc. “This, in turn, allows information workers to focus more on, and foster more, creativity.”
Canon introduced two multifunction printers (MFPs) that feature printing and scanning capabilities, as well as two single function printers (SFPs).
The new imageCLASS MF426dw/MF424dw multifunction printers leverage a strong value proposition similar to that offered by the Color imageCLASS MF700/600 series models to provide customers freedom of choice in purchasing the best available color or black-and-white laser print solution, according to Canon.
These black-and-white, compact MFPs reportedly print up to 40 pages per minute (ppm) and offer the ability to add an extra paper tray for up to 900-sheet maximum paper capacity. A five-inch color touchscreen can be customized by a device administrator through an available device platform, Application Library.
The MFPs offer mobile solutions for both printing and scanning according to Canon. Users can reportedly leverage the Wi-Fi direct function to create a hotspot from the MFP to establish direct connection to mobile devices, without the need for an external router. Additionally, users can scan and convert documents to searchable digital files through a single-pass duplex document feeder.
To learn more about the MF400 series models, visit www.usa.canon.com/adifferentclass.
Designed for small businesses, the black-and-white, ENERGY STAR-certified, compact printer reportedly outputs up to 40 pages per minute (ppm) with the ability to add an extra paper tray for up to 900 sheets of maximum paper capacity. Its combination of fusing technologies and low-melting-point toner minimizes power requirements according to Canon A high-capacity, all-in-one cartridge helps to reduce overall supply costs, while a five-line touch LCD screen aids with menu navigation, according to Canon. The imageCLASS LBP214dw printer comes with a one-year warranty backed by Canon’s U.S.A.’s service and support network, and offers mobile printing capability and Wi-Fi direct connectivity.
Designed for personal and home office users, the black-and-white, ENERGY STAR-certified, compact printer reportedly outputs up to 30 ppm and is intended for light use in tight-fitting space environments. The model features a 250-sheet maximum paper capacity and comes with a standard one-year warranty backed by Canon’s U.S.A. service and support network. The imageCLASS LBP162dw printer offers mobile printing capability and Wi-Fi direct connectivity. Its combination of fusing technologies and low-melting-point toner minimizes power requirements and helps achieve low-energy consumption to help encourage environmentally conscious work practices.
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