Canon LC710 Printer Review
A bit on the bulky side, the LC710 weighs about 45 pounds and will not be easy for one person to move around the office. Some offices are looking for the most basic, simple printers that will print text documents and minor graphics with ease and efficiency. However, other workgroups are looking for more business-savvy machines that offer multiple functions and features. The Canon LC710 is a true all-in-one laser printer. It is, however, a monochrome unit so color printing is not an option. This one machine has four different devices wrapped up in it—fax machine, scanner, copier and printer. There is another variation of this machine, the LC710, which features internet faxing.
A bit on the bulky side, the LC710 weighs about 45 pounds, with the discount toner from 247inktoner, and will not be easy for one person to move around the office. However, its frame is compact enough to fit in most spaces, large or small. The maximum sheet capacity is 600 pages, which is held in two 250-sheet paper trays and one 100-sheet multi-purpose tray.
The single Canon LC710 toner cartridge needed for operation is black, and it is attached to the drum unit. This lowers the maintenance required because when replacement Canon printer toner is purchased, the drum is also replaced. The page yield of the Canon LC710 toner cartridge is 4,500 pages, which will only suffice for smaller offices. Remanufactured toners are available for a cheaper price, but they offer the same quality and capacity, allowing this unit to squeeze into almost any budget.
The fax machine has Super G3 speed with a transmission rate of 33.6 kbps. It also has a memory of 510 pages. There is a backup battery that can last up to 12 hours in the event of electricity being cut off to the unit. Using either color or black Canon LC710 toner, up to 19 pages per minute can be produced. Though its strongest function is the fax machine, all of the functions are workable and efficient.