Canon 2220 Printer Review
Laser all-in-one machines are very easy to find. For large offices, though, there are a lot of factors that have to be taken into consideration before any decision is made. Upfront cost, price of printer toner, speeds, size, weight and additional features are just a few of the many specifications buyers need to know before making the big purchase. If the large office is looking for a machine that can not only handle the needs of the office but surpass them while printing in black-and-white only, the Canon imageRUNNER 2220 is a great place to look. With 256 MB of memory coming standard upon purchase, buyers will be able to store an abundance of information inside. It can print, scan, copy and fax using Canon 2220 toner, giving users nearly everything they need. Ethernet and parallel connective options are both featured, and Mac and Windows operating systems are both compatible. Automatic duplex printing also comes standard with the 2220.
A monochrome machine, it only uses one imageRUNNER 2220 toner cartridge for operation. These kinds of toner lasts about 15,000 pages before needing replaced, and with the device having a maximum duty cycle of 75,000 pages a month, most users won't need to replace the Canon 2220 toner cartridges too often.
Faxes will generally only take 3 seconds to spend, using the 33.6 Kbps modem speed. The speeds for printing and copying are a little slower than that, at only 22 pages per minute using Canon 2220 toner. Though these speeds certainly aren't the fastest on the market, for many the 2400x600 dpi resolution created by imageRUNNER 2220 toner will outweigh the below-average output rate. It does, however, only take about 5.8 seconds to warm-up. The major drawback with the Canon 2220 is its hefty weight of 214 pounds, but once installed this shouldn't be an issue.