Canon offers new compact printer solutions

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Canon U.S.A. Inc. introduced two compact print solutions, the monochrome imageRunner LBP3560 and LBP3470 desktop printers, to address the needs of small and medium-size workgroups.

The new devices are designed to work in conjunction with Canon’s existing multifunction product (MFP) fleet and color LBP lineup. Using the imageWare Enterprise Management Console, office administrators can monitor and track device and consumable usage of all imageRunner devices.

The imageRunner LBP3560 and LBP3470 feature letter-sized print speeds of up to 42 pages-per-minute (ppm) and 35ppm, respectively, at 600dpi resolution. Both models have fast warm-up times, first print times in under eight seconds and standard support for UFR II, PCL5e/6 and PostScript 3 Emulation, giving users and workgroups the added flexibility to choose how to produce their documents.

Like other models in the imageRunner LBP Series, the new monochrome devices offer front-load access for drum, toner, fuser and paper supply for convenient device placement.

The imageRunner LBP3560 offers a new user interface with a 5-line LCD display and intuitive control panel that features on-screen navigation to facilitate device setup, animations to help guide operations, at-a-glance consumable levels, and the status of current print jobs.

Along with the color imageRunner LBP5975/5970/5460, the imageRunner LBP3560 printer can benefit from Canon’s Wireless LAN Kit option for connection to a local area network (LAN) without the need for a hard-wired Ethernet connection. Supported standards include 802.11g and 802.11b for up to 54Mbps and 11Mbps transmission speeds, respectively, and compliance with WPA(AES), WEP, IEEE802.X/EAP(TLS/TTLS/PEAP), and PSK security encryption.

Available through Canon Authorized Dealers, the suggested retail price for the imageRunner LBP3560 and LBP3470 is $999 and $599, respectively.



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