Canon launches three new i-SENSYS models

Canon Europe has announced the launch of three new models in its i-SENSYS range: two in the MF750 series of colour multifunction printers, plus the LBP673Cdw, a dedicated single-function colour printer.

Equipped with new technology, all packed into a compact design, these devices are specifically designed for SMB and SOHO (small office/home office) users. With printing speeds of up to 33pm and 100ipm scanning speeds for the MF750 series, the new range takes productivity to the next level. The devices can also handle a wide variety of media, perfect for those who work with different-sized documents daily, such as receipts and labels.

Joe Courts, Head of Product Marketing, Digital Printing & Solutions at Canon UK & Ireland said, “innovation is key for meeting customers’ evolving needs. That’s why we have refreshed most of the i-SENSYS range this year, to ensure our devices are optimised to answer users’ growing requirements and support our partner community in expanding their market opportunities.”

Thanks to the simple step-by-step setup and a streamlined Wi-Fi process, users can confidently plug and play with no prior IT expertise, which is ideal for businesses that do not have dedicated technical support. Native cloud connectivity to DropBox, Google Drive, and OneDrive simplifies everyday business tasks by enabling printing and scanning directly from cloud storage, while also centralising print management with Microsoft Universal Print support.

The devices also boast security features, including secure PIN print functionality that restricts access to sensitive documents, and verification upon start up, which assures the device remains protected from malicious attacks.

The new models have also decreased in size and weight to reduce CO2 consumption during transportation. This, combined with packaging built with sustainability in mind, allows partners to showcase their commitment to offering more sustainable product choices.

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