Canon targets corporate print market with new C600i

Canon has launched a new ImagePress printer, the C600i, a dry toner printer aimed at corporate print rooms and small print shops. It can run at up to 60 pages per minute and can handle various substrates, including stocks up to 300gsm auto duplex with media sizes up to SRA3.

It works with industry standards, such as PCL and PostScript, as well as ERP systems from vendors such as SAP and supports printing from Linux/Unix systems. It has embedded MEAP and MEAP web platforms, for data capture and document output management solutions such as uniFLOW, eCopy and iWDesktop.

The imagePress C600i will be available throughout Europe from 1 March 2015.

However, the press release was noticeably light on any real details such as imaging resolution, expected monthly duty cycle or pricing.





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