Savin 4075 Printer Review
While the base model of the Savin 4075 is a very fast and capable laser copier, most buyers will probably choose the 4075sp with its scanning and printing capabilities. This large machine is built for high-volume office environments or even print and copy shops, with speeds of up to 75 pages per minute. Though it has a high upfront price, the cost of Savin 4075 printer toner is actually very affordable.
Waiting is often not an option in a fast-paced workplace, so the 4075 has only a 30-second warm-up time coming from a power off state. The first page out time is around 3.5 seconds as well, reducing some of the waiting involved with each task. The design of the machine is a bit on the bulky side, measuring 28x30x46 inches, with a weight of a little under 450 pounds. Needless to say, users will be glad it comes with wheels.
Whether users need to print from their computer or scan a document directly to it, the 4075 has easy solutions for both. Its ethernet network port and simple sharing setup allow it to act as a network printer available to any computer in the office. When scanning, documents can be sent to network folder locations, email addresses, or even stored on the machine's internal hard drive. This is particularly useful for documents that must be frequently accessed.
The cost of toners should be a major factor in the buying decision for an office machine, and Savin 4075 toner cartridges are very affordable. Combined with an impressive yield of up to 43,000 pages for each replacement Savin 4075 toner cartridge, this works out to a low cost per page, and a lot of savings for users.
With the ability to integrate with an existing network and increase productivity with fast speeds and short waiting times, the Savin 4075 is an excellent solution for a large office. Its high-quality 1200 dpi output provides professional results.