Sharp MX-M753 Printer Review
Whether buyers need a high-volume copier or a fully-networked multifunction laser printer, the Sharp MX-M753 has the options to handle the task. Two models are available for greater flexibility, but both offer maximum speeds of up to 72 pages per minute. Both also use the same affordable Sharp MX-M753 printer toner to keep operating costs low.
The MX-M753U is the more basic of the two models. It comes with the same paper capacity and speed, but is limited to standalone copying. The MX-M753N model is equipped for both network printing and network scanning, making it the better choice for most busy office environments. It can act as a basic document server, with an 80 GB hard drive, and users can print right from the touchscreen display.
Speaking of the display, this full-color 8.5-inch touchscreen panel provides easy access to features and menus. Users can preview thumbnails of stored documents or share their scanned files via email with ease. A one-touch dial can store multiple scan locations, and the large, 150-sheet automatic document feeder is great for efficient scanning of multi-page documents.
Savings on Sharp MX-M753 toner might end up being the model's best feature of all. Each replacement Sharp MX-M753 toner cartridge has a capacity of 83,000 pages, which will last a long time, even in the busiest office environments. Sharp MX-M753 toner cartridges are also very easy to replace, eliminating the guesswork involved.
Both models in the MX-M753 series have a lot to offer, from their fast speeds to their affordable toners. It's easier to recommend the "N" model, however, with its network features that make it full-fledged multifunction device. Those who only need copying might appreciate the price break, however, while still enjoying the same fast speeds.