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Canon imageCLASS LBP Laser Printers

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Canon announced four new imageCLASS laser printers to its lineup of small office and home office solutions. The new Color imageCLASS LBP7200cdn and imageCLASS LBP6650dn / LBP6300dn / LBP6000 black-and-white laser printers deliver robust performance and high-quality output in a compact, easy-to-use device. In addition, the new printers mark the entry of the imageCLASS brand into the U.S. single-function printer market.

Color imageCLASS LBP7200cdn
Featuring an array of technologies developed to address the needs of today's small business owners and users, the new Color imageCLASS LBP7200Cdn laser printer is an ideal solution for networked office environments that wish to perform high-quality color printing in-house. Also available are a variety of efficiency-boosting features including duplex print, a 15 second first print time and advanced features such as toner save mode, booklet mode, poster mode and watermark printing.

Handling paper sizes up to legal, the Color imageCLASS LBP7200Cdn features a 250-sheet cassette plus 50-sheet multipurpose tray, with an optional 250-sheet paper cassette available for higher volume use. The LBP7200Cdn delivers print speeds of up to 21 pages per minute (ppm)i in both color-and-black and white, captures fine details with remarkable tone-on-tone clarity and utilizes advanced imaging technologies such as Auto Gradation Adjustment and Pure Black technology to ensure accurate, consistent images.

The Color imageCLASS LBP7200Cdn laser printer will be available starting in November for $699.

Canon imageCLASS LBP6300dn Laser Printer

imageCLASS LBP6650dn/LBP6300dn
Targeting small businesses and home office users seeking professional-quality laser output, Canon's imageCLASS LBP6650dn (35 ppm) and LBP6300dn (30 ppm) deliver a compelling blend of performance and efficiency that is ideal for small office and home office environments. Both machines support standard networking and duplexing, offer advanced features such as toner save mode, booklet mode, poster mode and watermark printing and provide seamless usability during installation and use. Standard paper handling includes a 250-sheet front-loading cassette with a 50-sheet multipurpose tray, as well as an optional 500-sheet cassette for extended print capacity. Quick first prints arrive in just six seconds or less.

Canon imageCLASS LBP6650dn Laser Printer

The imageCLASS LBP6650dn adds support for PCL 5e/6 and PS Level 3 emulation, a 16-character LCD control panel for easy-to-read operation, and a duty cycle of 50,000 pages per month (compared with 25,000 on the LBP6300dn). Support for Mac OS X and Citrix MetaFrame is standard on the LBP6650dn, with the latter supported for the first time by an imageCLASS product.

The imageCLASS LBP6650dn/LBP6300dn laser printers are scheduled to be available starting in November for $599 and $499, respectively.

Canon imageCLASS LBP6000 Laser Printer

imageCLASS LBP6000
With a compact, space-saving footprint, the imageCLASS LBP6000 offers users access to Canon's legendary image quality at a tremendous value. It delivers 19 pages per minute and quick first prints of approximately eight seconds. Advanced print modes include toner saver, poster and watermark. The compact LBP6000 uses a thrifty 1.3 watts of energy consumption in sleep mode, supports a 150-sheet cassette as standard and fits conveniently on a home office desk.

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The imageCLASS LBP6000 laser printer is scheduled to be available starting in November for $249.

imageCLASS Technology
To deliver high-quality prints and copies, each model incorporates the Canon Single Cartridge System, which combines the toner, drum and development unit in one easy-to-replace cartridge, resulting in excellent image-quality retention and eliminating the complication and warehousing of separate toner and drum consumables.

The new imageCLASS models meet the ENERGY STAR guidelines set by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) and Department of Energy (DOE) and exceed the European Union RoHS Directive standards.

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