Savin 3730 Printer Review
The Savin Fax 3730 is a robust multifunction laser machine that can handle scanning, copying, and faxing. Its design is geared most toward efficient faxing features, though it is quite a well-rounded machine. Some buyers might be disappointed in the lack of a printing option, but the low cost of Savin 3730 printer toner supplies might be enough to make them take a second look.
The 3730 is built with tight spaces in mind, as it measures 16.2x17.6x19.5 inches, with a weight of only 40.8 pounds with the single Fax 3730 toner supply installed. It has an automatic document feeder for scanning that can hold up to 50 sheets, and it can also handle media up to 8.5x14 inches in size. The input paper capacity includes a 250-sheet main tray and a 100-sheet bypass tray, with the option to add a 500-sheet tray for more space.
The control panel may look a little overwhelming at first, but once users get used to its layout, they will appreciate the inclusion of several quick dial buttons and other extras. The unit also supports group dialing, fax forwarding, and other fax-centric features to help those who do a lot of faxing get their tasks done as efficiently as possible. The maximum transmission speed of 33.6 Kbps allows a page to be sent or received in about 3 seconds.
Multiple quality settings help to conserve toners, or prioritize higher output quality when needed. The Savin 3730 toner cartridge come in only one size, with a yield of around 6,000 pages. This tends to be a good capacity for small office use, however, and means users can go quite a while without the need for a replacement Fax 3730 toner cartridge.
While its use case might be less common in small offices, the 3730 is a great choice for those who still do a heavy amount of faxing. The low cost of Savin 3730 toner alone makes it a good solution for copying and faxing needs on a budget.