The FAXPHONE® L90 combines the performance of a laser facsimile and a laser printer together for your small business or personal desktop. With the latest fax capabilities and a 15 page-per-minute laser printer, this stylish, low profile machine functions in the place of two devices.
With features such as a 30-sheet Automatic Document Feeder, Super G3 facsimile technology, and large 346-page fax memory, the FAXPHONE L90 surpasses single function fax machines.
Printed faxes and documents will both have the same result – quality laser output. The FAXPHONE L90 is the smart choice for desktop laser facsimile and printing performance.
BEST OF THE BEST
Best of the best fax machine ,performance,quality,reliable,easy,use correctly and will never brake just a few words about this fax machine.I have a restaurant and using l90 for non stop 2+ years...
February 28, 2013
Nothing but Problems
This machine was nothing but problems from the beginning. I should have taken it back to were I purchased it, I didn't. It was purchased earlier this year, but is currently in the Garbage Bin........I can afford to buy another for my office...
December 5, 2012
another quality printer
I have the HP4L printer from about 15-18 years ago with the Canon engine. I love it. Now I got the L90 because of that great experience. People around me seem to go through a lot of disposable printers, while this L90 keeps making consistent reliable quality output. Im on my second cartridge btw. When this unit have reached its EOL, Ill buy another Canon. Driver is reliable, easy loading supply papers. Only thing I wished this unit has is scanning feature. It would have been the perfect printer for me. FWIW- I owned a Canon SLR from the 80's till DSLR came out. I drive a Toyota and use a Palm based cellphone.
October 25, 2012
Great Value, Excellent Scanner-to-Fax
Sketchy docs faxed by this machine come out quit clear on recipients end. Fairly easy to use for basic features. Durable. I use it for faxing and copying business docs. Better y et, now has Linux drivers!!!
September 8, 2012