LASER CLASS 2050P

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About LASER CLASS 2050P

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Features

  • The Super G3 Modem transmits at a fast 33.6 Kbps, approximately 3 seconds per page. That's twice as fast as ordinary G3 machines, which can significantly reduce phone line charges. And by shortening handshake time with connecting fax machines, the LASER CLASS 2050P reduces operating costs further.
  • High Performance, High Quality output is standard on the LASER CLASS 2050P. Incoming faxes will print at 6-pages-per-minute with 600 dpi resolution.
  • The LASER CLASS 2050P offers powerful and high-speed faxing and laser printing using a standard, built-in Windows Printer Driver for Windows 98/Me/2000 and XP via a standard USB.
  • Memory capacity of up to 256 pages,** allowing you to send or store lengthy documents. And you never need to worry if toner or paper runs out; incoming faxes are stored and printed automatically, as soon as supplies are replenished.
  • ENERGY STAR Compliant, the LASER CLASS 2050P uses Canon's RAPID Fusing System, with low power requirements and zero warm-up time, to reduce both energy consumption and operating costs. What's more, Canon's worldwide cartridge recycling program, the Clean Earth Campaign, benefits the environment by reusing materials, thereby reducing landfills.
  • The LASER CLASS 2050P's 350-sheet Dual Paper source includes the 250-sheet, Front-loading, letter-sized Paper Cassette, plus the MultiPurpose Tray. The adjustable MultiPurpose Tray holds 100 sheets of letter or legal sized paper, and the 40-sheet Automatic Document Feeder allows large documents to be sent all at once.

     

    * Approximate 3-second-per-page fax transmission time based on ITU-T No. 1 Chart (MMR, Standard Mode) at 33.6 Kbps modem speed when transmitting to another V.34 machine. The Public Switched Telephone Network (PSTN) currently supports 28.8 Kbps modem speeds or lower, depending on telephone line conditions.

     

    ** Based on ITU-T No.1 Chart (Standard Mode)