Canon's Laser Class 310 printer

Posted on Saturday, Sep 17 2005 @ 09:16 CEST by Thomas De Maesschalck
Canon announced the new LASER CLASS 310 digital multifunction device (MFP). The latest addition to Canon's LASER CLASS product line, the LASER CLASS 310, offers small to mid-sized businesses and workgroup environments powerful state-of-the-art fax capabilities along with high-speed laser printing and convenience copying all in a single desktop device.

The new LASER CLASS 310 features a Super G3 33.6 Kbps modem which allows for facsimile transmissions of up to three seconds per page and standard 8 MB of memory for storage of up to 510 pages. High-quality laser printing at up to 19 pages-per-minute, a 50-sheet automatic document feeder, and a 500-sheet front-loading letter/legal cassette tray are also standard on the LASER CLASS 310.

The LASER CLASS 310 has an easy-to-use control panel, optional network printing, as well as Canon's exclusive UHQ (Ultra High Quality) Image Processing Technology for ultra fine resolution, all in a sleek sophisticated design. Additional fax features of the LASER CLASS 310 include 32 one-touch dials, 168-coded speed dialing and broadcast dialing up to 210 separate locations. The device also offers directory search to enable users to look up and dial numbers using the easy-to-view LCD display.

The Canon LASER CLASS 310 offers a standard USB interface with Windows 98/Me/2000/XP OS support and Canon's bundled printer driver for laser printing. The device also meets the ENERGY STAR guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA).

Utilizing the FX8 Cartridge, Canon's single cartridge system designed to produce yields of up to 3,500 impressions per cartridge(vi), the LASER CLASS 310 provides users with quick convenient maintenance.

The LASER CLASS 310 will be available in October 2005 through authorized Canon Office Imaging Systems dealers at a MSRP of U.S. $1,395.00.


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