Konica-Minolta 751 Printer Review
The Konica-Minolta bizhub 751 is a powerful device that incorporates a full all-in-one design, providing busy small offices a solution to their copy, print, scan, and fax needs. The 751 surpasses its competition in many categories, one of which being its very quick output speeds that can copy and print a job at a maximum of 75 pages per minute. The copier's additional package of robust features make it one of the top picks in its class of high-volume laser machines, providing users an adjustable paper capacity, long-lasting bizhub 751 printer toner and enough office-centric tools to support multiple individuals' workloads.
The 751 can handle offices reaching maximum monthly duty cycles of up to 300,000 pages, but to ensure it can support these demanding volumes while staying organized it provides an intuitive color touchscreen interface accessible on the front panel. This interface can perform a variety of tasks, from accessing a job saved to the queue and displaying it prior to printing to accessing dedicated copy and scan tools for standalone use. This copier's connectivity also helps it be used independently from a computer, providing a front USB port that supports printing documents from or scanning them to a user's personal flash drive. The ethernet interface is an additional connection that will enable users to connect the machine to a shared office network.
The 751's media features are broad, including a large 100-sheet automatic document feeder for unattended scanning and faxing and a handful of finishing options like a booklet maker for pamphlets and a 3-position hole puncher. In regard to its paper handling capacity, the device has a built-in input of 3,600 pages that can be increased to a maximum of 7,600 pages.
The unit is able to copy a job up to 9,999 times, with each duplicate having fine detail and a maximum resolution of 1200x600 dpi using black Konica-Minolta 751 toner. The printer can achieve the same sharp resolution using black bizhub 751 toner, while the device can scan documents with a maximum resolution of 600x600 dpi.
The device operates with two supplies, one black Konica-Minolta 751 toner cartridge and a drum unit that won't need to be replaced often due to its yield of 500,000 pages. Since the device opts for a single supply over multiple toners, users won't spend an abundance on replacements. Each black Konica-Minolta 751 toner cartridge can yield up to 55,000 pages to help the unit support high-volume needs.
The 751 is among the better solutions in its class for heavy-duty small office needs because features such as its expandable media handling and output speeds are more advanced than many comparable models. Offices handling the demands of numerous users shouldn't have an issue organizing their individual jobs, with the model's intuitive interface and direct computer-free connectivity.