Laser Class 710

The LASER CLASS 710 is a mid-high volume standalone facsimile device. The device may be upgraded to support Internet faxing, desktop and network printing, as well as network scanning.

Canon’s LASER CLASS 710 Facsimile System offers you the flexibility and productivity you’re looking for in a multifunctional office fax solution. With a LASER CLASS 710 Multifunction System, everyone in your workgroup has the power of a high volume Canon Laser Facsimile machine: a 19-ppm laser printer, 1200-dpi resolution, Super G3 Technology, a 35 scans-per-minute scanner, large document memory, and a 70-sheet document feeder. What’s more, every machine has a convenient front-access design and a FX-7 Cartridge included.

In addition, the LASER CLASS 710 offers Super G3 technology, a large standard memory of up to 510 pages (8MB) with the potential of up to 1,500 pages of memory, as well as a 19 ppm print speed, a standard 600-sheet paper capacity, and a range of network print and document management options.

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