This unique printer looks as if the engineers started with a laser printer and stuck a suitable, feature loaded inkjet printer on top joining the two into one Multifunction conglomeration. The Samsung ProXpress M4070FR is a Multifunction device capable of printing, scanning, copying, and faxing to ensure your business or workgroup can accomplish any task. The Samsung ProXpress M4070FR toner cartridges come in four varying page yield sizes from low yields and standard yields to high yield and extra high yield cartridges ranging from 3,000 printouts to 15,000 printouts.
This unique printer has a top width around 20.5 inches and a tapering base width of 17.5 inches. The printer stands 19 inches tall and will sit 18.5 inches deep. This Samsung ProXpress M4070FR was built with speedy printing and image processing times to help increase businesses productivity. The printer will create up to 42 monochrome documents per minute in resolutions reaching up to 1200 x 1200 dpi.
The convenient 4-Line LCD display helps users navigate and select printing options quickly and easily. This printer comes with one easy to replace Samsung ProXpress M4070FR toner cartridge so users can start printing immediately without any hidden or extraneous purchases. Copies made with this device will have resolutions up to 600 x 600 dpi and will start printing in as little as 10 seconds from the time it was commanded to make a copy.
The Samsung ProXpress M4070FR also has convenient paper handling capabilities being able to hold 250 sheets with its large Input Tray and another 50 pages in its multipurpose tray. The multipurpose tray is ideal for printing on specialty papers and media such as transparencies and envelopes. Additionally the Multipurpose tray enables duplex or 2-sided printing which can have a significant savings on paper.
This printer is powered by 600 MHz Cortex A5 processors and Samsung ProXpress M4070FR toner cartridges. The ReCP technology accompanying this printer is responsible for the high quality printing which basically smoothes the grainy pattern found when scanning images and printing documents (the little multi-color dots creating a mesh or Seurat pattern known as a Moire Artifact texture on the surface of colored images).