Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d – Advantages and drawbacks

Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d is a 4 in one unit that will do all your office needs. If you are looking for a multifunctional device that can be fax, printer, scanner and copier in the same time, with a high printing speed, high scanning resolution and much other stuff, Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d is the perfect choice. It is able to print at a resolution of 1200 x 600 dots per inch, the printing speed is 23 pages per minute and 11 pages per minute two sided pages and it has auto duplexing feature. All these from above will give you the best results.

The printing speed is 23 pages per mite while printing one sided pages and 11 pages per minute while printing two sided pages. The fax modem has a speed of 33.6 Kbps and due to this fact, it is able to transmit faxed pages with a speed of 20 ppm. It can create up to 99 single sided pages with the 23 ppm speed.
Also, the warming time is very low. It is able to start printing within less than 9 seconds, at full speed.

The paper tray is able to hold 250 sheets and it has a multipurpose flip tray where you can place the transparencies, envelopes and you need to be printed. The native resolution is 600 x 600 dots per inch, and the maximum is 1200 x 600 dpi. The resolution is very high, so the printing quality is high. The texts are sharp and it can even do graphics in black and white very well.

The scanning resolution is 9600 x 9600 dots per inch and even though it is a monochrome device the scanning is 24 bits quality. The fax memory can hold up to 256 faxed pages, so you will know that all the data are kept safe.

It cannot scan 8.5 x 14 inches legal sized pages. Canon should do this because it would be very useful. Also, the 250 sheet tray limit you whatever you would want to do. Because it can hold a low amount of pages, you will be forced to refill with paper every time you will have a large printing job. The 250 sheet tray capacity seems inadequate for our today’s printing needs, especially when we talk about office printing jobs. It could be enough for a home user, but for an office it wouldn’t. However, even home usage would require a higher paper tray.

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