Excellent print quality. Competitive price. Supports Wi-Fi Direct. Prints super-tabloid pages. High duty cycle.
No multipurpose tray or slot. Out-of-box paper capacity doesn’t match high duty cycle. No flash memory device support.
Prints up to 13-by-19-inch pages. Scans, copies, and faxes multipage, two-sided originals up to 11 by 17 inches. Auto-duplexing ADF and scanner. Large, easy-to-use control panel. Good overall print quality.
High cost per
If you’ve ever owned a wide-format (in this case, 11″x17″, tabloid and 13″x19″, supertabloid) printer, than you already understand how much more versatile they are than standard- and legal-size (8.5″x11″ and 11″x14″, respectively) machines. … Read More
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