Canon RE-Manufacture three of its B&W MPs

30 June 2010

Canon has RE-Manufactured three old black and white MFPs originally launched in 2005.
After having been completely disassembled and rebuilt in the brand's German factory (in Giessen), the iR6570, iR4570 and iR2870 get a new look and become the new iR6570Ne, iR4570Ne and iR2870Ne.

More than fiteen years since starting their "Re-Manufactured Products" business, Canon still has the same objectives: making older models conform to today's tastes, while reducing the environmental and economic impacts related to renewing.
Canon completely disassemble and rebuild their models, reset all the counters and offer their customers a new product for a lower price.

The brand's press release states: "The Canon iR6570Ne, iR4570Ne and iR2870Ne
 are compatible with the whole range of software applications available from Canon in terms of efficiency, security and cost control, especially the solutions uniFLOW Output Manager, eMaintenance, Security & Pack Cost Control, Therefore MEAP and eCopy.

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