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Canon i-SENSYS MF8050CN Colour Multifunction fax_copier_printer_scanner - 3556B018AA
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Share professional color output and 4-in-1 functionality with this compact unit. Network ready, easy to use and energy efficient, it's a total color communications center for small businesses.¤¤This smart multifunctional combines style and space-saving simplicity. It's clean, uncomplicated design - with smooth, curved lines - ensures ease of use and easy placement as well as exceptional color convenience.¤¤Canon's advanced color imaging technologies give you a competitive edge, delivering faithful color reproduction as well as sharp black text. Create high impact marketing materials thanks to these innovative technologies, S-Toner and Automatic Image Refinement (AIR) for up to 2400 x 600 dpi printing.¤¤Save energy and reduce your running costs. The energy-efficient i-SENSYS MF8050Cn is Energy Star certified and consumes only 3 watts in sleep mode.¤¤The easy-to-use, backlit, 5-line LCD display with intuitive menus and animated troubleshooting makes operation effortless straight from the start. Canon's all-in-one cartridge system provides maintenance-free operation, consistently high quality output and the convenience of fewer consumables.

  • Multifunction type - Fax / copier / printer / scanner
  • Printer Type - Laser
  • Mono / colour - Colour
  • Pages per minute (mono) - 12 ppm
  • Pages per minute (colour) - 8 ppm
  • Interface - Hi-Speed USB, Ethernet 10 Base-T/100 Base-TX
  • Other Product Codes for this item:
  • 3556-B018AA
  • 3556B018A
  • 3556B018
  • 3556B01
  • 3556B0

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