Canon ImageClass 4000 Review

Canon ImageClass 4000 Monochrome Printer

Canon ImageClass 4000 Monochrome Printer

The Canon ImageClass 4000 is a workhorse of a printer ideal for the large workgroup or departmental users, printing heavy loads on a regular demand.  This printer will be able to quickly produce print jobs with speeds up to 32 pages per minute.  And with Canon’s Automatic Image Refinement (AIR) technology, images will come out with respectable quality in resolutions up to 600 x 600 dpi.  It comes standard with a parallel interface and has upgradable Ethernet capabilities for simple set-up and connectivity to multiple devices. This reliable and robust printer comes with one Canon Laser toner cartridge containing super-fine toner pigments giving texts and graphics enhanced sharper detail.

The Canon ImageClass 4000 toner cartridges also eject Quick-Drying Pigments giving projects more resistance to water and smudging.  To help around the office, this printer has a wide array of paper handling options, being able to hold 3,100 sheets, containing a 2,000 sheet paper deck, 2 large 500 sheet Input Trays and another 100 sheet Multipurpose Tray.  This printer also contains a single sheet Bypass Feeder to quickly complete odd jobs on specialty paper.  Thick specialty paper such as transparencies, envelopes, and cardstock are compatible with this ImageClass printer.  In addition, this durable departmental printer will be able to print up to 150,000 pages each month.

For the best deals on replacement toner for Canon printers, specialty ink retailers can significantly lower the cost per cartridge.  The best value being offered is the Genuine Canon EP-72 Toner cartridge in black, number 3845A002AA.  This cartridge will yield approximately 20,000 printouts before needing to be exchanged.

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