Canon Continues Focus on Office with New Devices

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Canon U.S.A., Inc. has unveiled four new imageCLASS multifunction devices targeted at IT decision makers in small and medium sized businesses as well as the new Faxphone L100 multifunction printer designed for small offices and home offices.

All five models will be using Canon’s Single Cartridge System that combines all the typical laser replacement consumables – toner cartridge, drum and development unit – into a single unit avoiding the need to order multiple parts.

The imageCLASS devices consist of three new multifunction digital copiers – the D1300 Series – and the single function LBP6670dn laser printer.

The imageCLASS D1300 Series consists of three monochrome laser multifunction units offering network connectivity, Department ID Management, 50-sheet duplex ADF and print speeds up to 35 ppm single sided and 17 ppm double sided. The D1370 and D1350 feature print, scan, copy and fax functionality while the entry level D1320 only features print, scan and copy functionality.

The imageCLASS D1300 Series is slated to be available through Canon Direct and authorized vendors in April. The imageCLASS D1320, D1350 and D1370 are expected to start at $499, $599 and $799, respectively.

The single function LBP6670dn is a monochrome laser printer featuring a built-in network connectivity that allows administrators to manage said device via Canon’s remote user interface. Other offerings include: print speeds up to 35 ppm single sided and 17 ppm double sided, a 250-sheet paper cassette and a 50-sheet multipurpose tray, 5-row backlit control panel and Energy Save mode. Businesses can add additional paper capacity up to 800-sheets.

The imageCLASS LBP6670dn will also be available through Canon Direct and authorized resellers starting in April for the suggested price of $399.

As mentioned earlier, the Faxphone L100 was designed with the SOHO market in mind, particularly insurance companies and restaurants, and offers a compact box with print, scan, copy and fax functionality and a telephone handset.

Canon touts its “radical redesign” as a key feature with a new flip-up control panel but other offerings include print speeds up to 19 ppm, 30-sheet ADF, 500-sheet memory capacity, 30 stored speed-dial numbers and 100 coded dials for the address book.

The Faxphone L100 is also expected to being shipping in April through Canon Direct and authorized vendors for the suggested price of $199.



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