Lanier LD270 Printer Review
With digital documents taking the place of paper documents and even faxing, many large offices may be struggling to find a way to manage and share them among many users. The Lanier LD270 is not only a fast laser copier, but it also acts as a server for storing digital documents, with an impressive 80 GB storage capacity. The device can reach speeds of up to 70 pages per minute, and the LD270SP supports multifunction features like network scanning and printing.
Users who have found scanning and converting paper documents to digital copies in the past will find the process quite simple with the LD270. The control panel has dedicated buttons for each major function, and the menu screen displays the most important options at each step. The 100-sheet automatic document feeder allows users to scan even large, multi-page documents quickly. Options like scan-to-email, scan-to-folder, or storing the document on the internal server are just a few taps away.
Print, scan, and copy resolution is a maximum of 1200 dpi, though lower settings are available, and help to conserve the amount of Lanier LD270 printer toner used, which is great for everyday printing. The machine can be ready to work quickly with a 30-second warm-up cycle, and first page out times are around 3.5 seconds.
Toners are inexpensive, and users simply open an access panel to replace Lanier LD270 toner cartridges when needed. Perhaps the most impressive aspect of the Lanier LD270 toner cartridges is that they have a capacity of up to 43,000 pages, which makes replacing them a very infrequent task, even during high-volume use.
The Lanier LD270 makes an excellent standalone laser copier, but choosing the LD270SP configuration is recommended, or buyers will miss out on the robust scanning and printing features. With excellent digital document workflows, fast speeds, and affordable running costs, this device is a good value.