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Canon takes its place in the high-productivity A4 monochrome A4 market   14 October 2011   


The imageRUNNER 1700 series is based on a new print engine from Canon which has been rolled out at 30, 40 and 50 pages per minute in the iR1730, iR1740 and iR1750 respectively.

The machines are all equipped with a color scanner, and a highly productive feeder for the A4 segment, especially on the 40 and 50ppm models.

Canon is developing its offering for demanding workgroups with this new range of compact but high-volume models, with monochrome touch screens and finishing modules as an option.

Postscript remains an additional option for the North American versions of the 1700 series, whilst in Europe (iR1730i, iR1740i and iR1750i) they have PCL and PS emulation.  Scanning to text PDF (searchable PDF) is an option too - in both markets.

Fax cards can be added.
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