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Canon imageCLASS D340


$299.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Durable construction, nothing on it seems flimsy or breakable. Can use it as a photocopier on a regular basis without wearing anything out. Reasonably compact for the amount of functionality, doesn't take up much room around the office.

The Cons:Paper tray sticks out the side, odd positioning that takes up some space.

The Canon imageCLASS D340 is one of two compact, black & white copies (D320, D340) from Canon’s entry-level D300 Series. As a step up from the D320, the imageCLASS D340 incorporates a 50-sheet auto document feeder, while maintaining its predecessor’s 250-sheet cassette.

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Like its peer, the printer supports B&W printing and copying up to 15ppm/cpm. More importantly, it utilizes the Canon Single Cartridge System, which combines the toner and drum into a single easy-to-replace unit, thereby reducing expenses. Plus it abides by Canon's Green Generation environmental initiative, which utilizes a wide-range of functions and technologies (auto-duplexing, PC faxing, toner saving, toner cartridge recycling, etc) to reduce waste and conserve energy.

Features

  • D300 Series
  • Green Generation Initiative
  • 250+ Load Capacity
  • 50-Auto Doc Feeder
  • B&W Laser Printer
  • B&W Laser Copier
  • Windows Compatibility
  • USB Interface
  • Single Cartridge System

Specifications

  • Print Method: Laser
  • Print Speed (Black): Up to 15ppm
  • Print Resolution (Black): Up to 600x600 dpi
  • Copy Speed (Black): Up to 15cpm
  • Copy Resolution (Black): Up to 1200x600 dpi
  • OS Compatibility (Win0: Windows 7, Vista, XP, 2000
  • Interface: USB 2.0
  • Ink Compatibility: Canon S35 Cartridge (3,500 Pages)
  • Document Feeder: 250-Sheet Cassette; 10-Sheet Bypass
  • Warranty: 1-Year Limited

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    durable construction, nothing on it seems flimsy or breakable

  • 1

    can use it as a photocopier on a regular basis without wearing anything out

  • 1

    reasonably compact for the amount of functionality, doesn't take up much room around the office

  • 1

    rarely if ever jams, usually user error when it does, easy to fix

  • 1

    makes copies very quickly, only a few seconds per page

  • 1

    no warm up time before it starts printing

Cons
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    paper tray sticks out the side, odd positioning that takes up some space

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