Small all-in-one machines work for offices that have only a low output need each month. However, when an office prints thousands of pages a month, it is time to look for a printer such as the Canon imageRUNNER 2200. This all-in-one machine handles some 75,000 pages per month without overheating or breaking down.
As a laser printer that prints, copies and scans, the Canon imageRUNNER 2200 uses a toner system. Unlike inkjet printer cartridges that spray wet ink onto the page, laser printers use dry ink that is electrically charged so it with transfer to the page. This provides a neat, clean text that can be used for professionally printed invitations, reports, documents and other promotions.
Replacing toner on some printers can be difficult. The toner unit is placed in an awkward position within the unit. However, that is not the case with the Canon imageRUNNER 2200. The toner cartridge has been especially designed for ease of use and replacement. A parallel port and the speedy Ethernet Interface provides connections so many users can communicate and share ideas and projects.
Printer resolution can be adjusted from a good 600 x 600 dpi to 2400 x 600 dpi. This means that graphics, though black-and-white, will be sharp and clear. After a quick, 10-second warm-up, the Canon imageRUNNER 2200 processes pages at 22 sheets per minute.
Because the Canon imageRUNNER 2200 prints out a large amount of pages per day, the machine has been design for a large input of paper. It includes a 2,500 sheet input drawer with two more 1,000 page multi-purpose printer trays. There is even a 50 sheet Automatic Document Feeder.
The Canon imageRUNNER 2200 is a reliable workhorse that keeps churning out pages long after other printers overheat and quit. The Canon imageRUNNER 2200 is both durable and efficient, making it a cost-saver for the office environment.