Savin 2513 Printer Review
The Savin Savinfax 2513 is primarily a laser copier, but can also handle faxing and printing as well. Its print speeds are underwhelming, at just 13 pages per minute, but its solid 600 dpi output quality and intuitive control panel are enough to warrant a serious look. It also has a compact design for desktop use, and affordable Savin 2513 printer toner supplies will help keep it under budget.
The base model of the 2513 includes copying functionality, able to make up to 99 copies from an original, and includes only a flatbed scanning surface, though a document feeder can be added as an option. The 2513f model includes Super G3 faxing capabilities, able to transmit and receive at around 3 seconds per page. The printer module can be added as an optional upgrade to either model, and includes an ethernet port for sharing across a network.
The base model measures just 14.6x18.4x17.7 inches, and weighs around 44 pounds with the Savinfax 2513 toner supply installed. This makes it an easy fit in small offices and the 30-sheet automatic document feeder only makes it around 4 inches taller. The standard paper supply includes a 100-sheet bypass tray and a 250-sheet main drawer, with the option for users to add a 500-sheet tray if they need more capacity.
Replacement toners also include the drum unit, so the Savin 2513 toner cartridge is the only consumable to replace. Each Savinfax 2513 toner cartridge has a yield of around 6,000 pages, so users benefit from a low cost per page. Compatible Savin 2513 toner is available from third-party vendors at lower prices than OEM supplies for those on a budget.
The 2513 is not only affordable to purchase, but very affordable to operate. While its print speeds might be fairly slow, it offers a lot of functionality in a single machine, and gives buyers the option to choose the features they need most.