Savin 3760 Printer Review
The Savin Savinfax 3760 is a productive laser fax machine with copying features as well, and its sister model offers networking printing and color scanning features for buyers who need it. Features like an automatic document feeder help it to handle sizable workloads, and upgrade options keep it going well into the future. Buyers also won't have to spend a lot on Savin 3760 printer toner.
The 3760nf model adds color scanning and network printing, but actually includes a little less paper capacity, with only a 100-sheet bypass tray as a secondary input, compared to the 3760 model's 500-sheet tray. The network printing and scanning features can also be added to the 3760 model at any time, and the scanning feature in particular is very cost-effective, as users can send files via email and save on Savinfax 3760 toner supplies and paper.
When equipped with network printing features, an ethernet port can connect the device to an existing office network for easy sharing. While the output speed of 15 pages per minute isn't the fastest in its class, it should be enough for most small offices. For quick scanning, users get both a flatbed scanning surface and a roomy 70-page automatic document feeder.
When replacement toners are needed, buyers will be glad to see that Savin 3760 toner cartridges are very affordable. If OEM prices get to be too much, third-party sellers offer compatible Savin 3760 toner at a lower cost, while maintaining the same output quality. Each replacement Savinfax 3760 toner cartridge can supply around 6,000 pages before expiring.
Whether buyers want a walk-up copier and fax machine or a full-fledged network printer and scanner, the 3760 series has the right options available. Its print speeds are a bit slow, however, so buyers who plan to use it mainly as a printer may want to consider faster models in its class.