Savin 4035 Printer Review
The Savin 4035 is not only a powerful multifunction laser copier, but it is designed to be a bridge between paper and digital workflows, for tighter integration of the two. When equipped with scanning, the unit can organize and store digital files, and with output speeds of up to 35 pages per minute and affordable Savin 4035 toner, it can still manage all of the necessary paper documents of a medium or large office as well.
Buyers can choose from several configurations: the 4035 and 4035e are base model copiers, while the 4035esp and 4035sp include network scanning and printing. Faxing is available as an upgrade option, as are multiple finishing options like stapling and saddle-stitching. Paper handling options are versatile, with an initial capacity of 1,050 sheets and a maximum capacity of 3,550 sheets. USB and ethernet connections are included for most models, with an optional wireless upgrade available.
The Document Server function of the unit could be the most revolutionary when it comes to office workflow. Scans, prints, and faxes can all be stored on the internal hard drive for later access, which can potentially reduce the usage of toners. The files are then easily accessed from the control panel or from a computer on the network. These files can be sent to network folders, email addresses, and more.
Savin 4035 toner cartridges have a tubular design that makes them easy to store as well as simple to replace. With capacities of 30,000 pages, users won't be replacing Savin 4035 toner cartridges too frequently, and prices for Savin 4035 toner are remarkably low.
Offices making the transition from paper to digital documents will benefit greatly from the Savin 4035. It has quick copy and print speeds when needed, and excellent digital workflows for handling tasks without the high running costs.