Canon's imageRunner C1335iF
Canon extends office print portfolio with 4 new devices
DUBAI, 13 hours, 59 minutes ago
Canon Middle East, a leader in imaging solutions, has extended its print portfolio with the addition of four compact and feature rich A4 colour multi-functional devices (MFDs).
The new devices are the imageRunner C1225, imageRunner C1225iF, imageRunner C1325iF and imageRunner C1335iF, said a statement.
The devices are packed with features and provide businesses with great value for money, it said.
In addition to fast colour printing, copying, scanning, fax and send functionality, they also feature a new ‘touch and swipe’ operation, 8.9cm colour graphical display, as well as Genuine Adobe PostScript 3TM support1 as standard.
This is the first time Canon has used separate toner and drum technology on the A4 colour imageRunner range to reduce waste and achieve greater efficiencies in printing.
New and unique to Canon’s latest imageRunner devices is V2 Vivid and Vibrant technology, which produces professional-looking colour business documents that deliver greater impact, to help businesses stand out from the competition, said the statement.
With a robust design capable of a maximum duty cycle of up to 50,000 pages, the new models produce impressive high-quality colour prints.
The new printers are also the first imageRunner devices to support the Mopria mobile printing standard and come with extensive connectivity options to support mobile working.
Across all the new devices, enhanced support for a range of IT industry standards ensures seamless integration with existing IT environments, while department ID functionality, which delivers basic print policy controls such as restricting the use of colour to certain individuals, allows smaller offices to help control costs.
Canon’s latest multifunctional printers are Energy Star certified and feature class-leading TEC ratings, with power consumption figures of less than one watt in sleep mode.
In addition, the devices recover rapidly from sleep mode with Canon’s on-demand fixing technology. - TradeArabia News Service