New multifunction printers offer big business tech for small businesses

Canon Australia has unveiled its new A3 business inkjet multi-function printer series. The WG7000 Series Multifunction Printers are an easy-to-use, cost-efficient print solution for small businesses, offering quality print results and faster print times for greater productivity. The series is built to reduce the amount of energy needed compared with traditional laser-based multifunction devices, therefore reducing running costs.

The series has  been designed with easy-to-replace ink tanks and a simplified design to reduce paper jams, resulting in significantly reduced downtime for maintenance.

“The new Canon WG7000 series was designed with small-to-medium-sized businesses in mind, offering a low total cost of ownership and little to no maintenance requirements,” said Brendan Maher, Product Marketing Manager – Canon Consumer Imaging, Canon Australia.

The new Canon series includes three multifunction printers: the WG7650, WG7650FM (which offers a fax function as well) and WG7650Z (which has fax and shift sorter functions, as well as NFC connectivity). All three models have print, copy, scan, and push scan features, plus a single-pass duplexing Automatic Document Feeder. All four models offer a five-inch colour LCD screen and compatibility with an optional cassette feeding unit.

Canon says that each model provides a fast first printout time of just 6.5 seconds with print speeds of 50-80ppm in both colour and black and white and are equipped with Canon’s FINE (Full-Photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering) stationary print head to help achieve these fast print speeds. Canon also stated that the printers have optical and in-nozzle sensors for reliable printing performance and offer a newly designed ink formulation to minimise smearing and bleeding during printing.

The Canon WG7000 Series Multifunction Printers are expected to be available at local retailers from 14 March 2019 with pricing set at dealer discretion.

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