Canon releases four new imageCLASS printers

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Canon U.S.A. has introduced four new single function imageCLASS laser printers, the first foray for the imaging manufacturer into the U.S. single-function laser printer market.

The new models include one color single function product, the imageCLASS LBP7200Cdn, and three monochrome single function laser products: the imageCLASS LBP6650dn, imageCLASS LBP6300dn and the imageCLASS LBP6000.

The imageCLASS LBP7200Cdn color laser printer features automatic duplexing, print speeds up to 21 ppm with a first page out in 15 seconds, a 250-sheet paper tray and a 50-sheet multipurpose tray, built-in networking and toner saver mode.

The Canon imageCLASS LBP7200Cdn will be available through the Canon website and authorized vendors starting in November for the estimated retail price of $699.

The imageCLASS LBP6650dn offers print speeds up to 35 ppm with a first print out in six seconds, automatic duplexing, built-in networking, a 250-sheet paper cassette with a 50-sheet multipurpose tray, a 50,000 maximum monthly duty cycle and a 16-character LCD control panel.

The imageCLASS LBP6300dn will feature print speeds up to 30 ppm with a first print out in six seconds, automatic duplexing, built-in networking, a 250-sheet paper cassette with a 50-sheet multipurpose tray and a 25,000 maximum monthly duty cycle.

The Canon imageCLASS LBP6650dn and the Canon imageCLASS LBP6300dn will be available through the Canon website and authorized resellers starting in November for the estimated retail value of $599 and $499, respectively.

The entry level imageCLASS LBP6000 has the most compact footprint of all the new models as well as print speeds up to 19 ppm with a first print out in eight seconds, a 150-sheet paper tray, toner saver mode and a low energy consumption of 1.3 W.

Like the other new models, the Canon imageCLASS LBP6000 will be available through the Canon website and authorized vendors starting in November for the suggested retail price of $249.

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