As many people head back to school/real life this week, Canon took the opportunity to introduce three new imageCLASS multifunction printers, an imageCLASS copier and the Faxphone L190 targeted at the home office and small office market.
Canon has incorporated mobile functionality into the new imageCLASS MF4000 series, with built-in networking standard. The top two models also include wireless functionality standard, “allowing end users to print from virtually anywhere in their home or small office.”
The series consists of three configurations: the imageCLASS MF4890dw, the imageCLASS MF4880dw and the MF4770n. All three models offer print, scan, copy and fax capability as well as a 250-sheet cassette with a single sheet multipurpose tray, Quiet Mode option, a tiltable two-step control panel and Canon’s Single Cartridge System, which combines the toner, drum and development unit into a single unit.
The entry level MF4770n features print speeds up to 24 ppm, 35-sheet single pass automatic document feeder, a monthly duty cycle up to 8,000 pages and built-in Ethernet connectivity.
The MF4880dw steps up print speeds to 26 ppm, a monthly duty cycle of 10,000 pages, automatic duplexing and wireless connectivity.
The MF4890dw offers all of the above plus a 50-sheet duplexing automatic document feeder.
The imageCLASS MF4770n, MF4880dw, and MF4890dw are expected to be available by the end of August through Canon direct, retailers and resellers for the suggested retail price of $199, $249 and $299, respectively.
The imageCLASS D530 copier is also expected to be available in late August for the advertised price of $199.
If you couldn’t tell by its name, the Faxphone L190 is a compact laser fax machine that offers a built-in handset as well as a 50-sheet DADF, Super GE facsimile technology, 500-sheet of memory, and a directory search with 40 one-touch stored phone numbers and 200 coded dials.
The Faxphone L190 will also be available for purchase by the end of the month for the suggested retail price of $269.