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Canon's US$300 duplex network laser printer

Canon's US$300 duplex network laser printer

Canon US has introduced its imageclass MF4270, a Mac and PC-compatible monochrome laser multifunction printer with a suggested retail price of US$299. It will begin shipping to retailers in September, according to the company.

The imageclass MF4270 features duplex (two-sided) printing and a 35-sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF). It has a built-in fax and can print at speeds of up to 21 pages per minute for letter-sized output, with resolution up to 1200 x 600 dots per inch. It will scan documents in 24-bit colour.

The MF4270 can connect directly to a host computer using USB 2.0, but it also features built-in 10/100baseT Ethernet networking. It sports a 250-sheet, front-loading paper cassette tray, and it uses the "Canon Single Cartridge System", which combines the toner and drum in one unit.


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