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Canon imageCLASS multifunction copiers meet needs of SMB/Workgroup


Developed to address the needs of today’s fast-paced end-users, the Canon imageCLASS D1370, D1350 and D1320 laser multifunction series copiers allow small businesses, medium businesses and workgroups to maximize productivity with convenient copy, print, scan and fax (excluding the D1320) functionality in a fully networkable device. Ideal for multi-user environments, the copiers feature a variety of technologies found in many high-end commercial copiers to maximize office efficiency, including “Department ID Management” control, which allows network administrators to monitor and control device usage, and a 50-sheet Duplex Automatic Document Feeder that provides two-sided copying, printing, scanning and faxing to help reduce paper costs and increase productivity. Expandable up to 1,050 sheets of paper2 in a variety of sizes, the D1300 series copiers deliver quick copy and print speeds of up to 35 pages per minute (ppm), simplex and 17 ppm, duplex.

Beyond the basic features of the D1300 series, the Canon D1370 supports PCL 5e/XL 3.0 and PostScript 3 Emulation languages in addition to Canon’s host-based UFR II LT language to provide printing versatility. Furthermore, the D1370 adds Secure Print, which asks a user to simply enter a unique PIN code during printing to ensure confidential document handling, and it can send scanned documents or route incoming faxes directly to email or network folders as compressed PDF files for additional office efficiency.

To deliver high-quality prints and copies, each model announced today incorporates the Canon Single Cartridge System which combines the toner, drum and development unit into one easy-to-replace cartridge. With this system, the end result is excellent image quality retention and eliminating the complication and warehousing of separate toner and drum consumables. The Canon imageCLASS D1370, D1350 and D1320 models are expected to be available starting in April for approximately $799, $599 and $499, respectively.

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