Canon 3025 Printer Review
The Canon imageRUNNER 3025 is primarily built to handle copying, but its inclusion of print, scan and fax functions make it a versatile all-in-one device capable of supporting the needs of small offices. Speeds of only 25 pages per minute keep the 3025 from supporting heavy-duty workloads, making it one of the slower models in its class, especially considering the Canon imageRUNNER 110 can copy at 100 pages per minute. A number of other features help raise the 3025's appeal, however, from its user-friendly control tools and professional-quality output to its inexpensive imageRUNNER 3025 printer toner.
The 3025 uses Multifunctional Embedded Application Platform architecture, which will enable multiple users to customize built-in applications and control projects directly form its front panel. This should be easy since it has a color touchscreen interface, which simplifies management by allowing users to access popular tools and functions without help from their computer. Through this interface, users will be able to monitor the progress of a job, select the number of copies they need, choose a scan destination and track Canon 3025 toner use.
The 3025 is a good option for small offices looking to expand their low volumes, providing users the option to increase its standard paper supply of 1,150 pages to a maximum of 4,950 pages. In addition, the device also has a 50-sheet automatic document feeder that can handle larger scan jobs without requiring users to manually feed each page of the project. Users will be able to easily scan and share documents through its ethernet interface, which enables the device to be easily shared between multiple computers in the office.
According to expert reviews, this unit's ability to copy documents with a maximum resolution of 1200x600 dpi using black imageRUNNER 3025 toner is on par with many of the top models in its class. Graphic and text jobs also tested to print with a crisp output and resolution of 2400x600 that is satisfactory enough for internal projects.
The device only needs a black Canon 3025 toner cartridge to operate, which will help keep running costs low. Also, the option to purchase affordable remanufactured toners over OEM supplies will help users reduce spending. Each replacement Canon 3025 toner cartridge has a maximum capacity of 21,000 pages and will allow it to support medium volumes.
The 3025 can be networked between a number of computers, as well as support multitasking and be customized to fit a specific user's needs, making it a good solution for busy small offices. Although it doesn't have the best output speeds, this monochrome laser printer is well liked by both experts and consumers for its easy-to-use design and expandability.