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Latest Version / Release Date: v.300 / 22 Dec 2009
The Canon MF5650 device is also called the LaserBase MF5650 device. This multifunctional device can be use to scan, copy, print and fax. It is an ideal solution for users looking to save on investment costs as well as space while taking advantage of high performance. It has an enhanced dots per inch resolution of 1200 X 600 for high quality copies and printouts. It can also employ digital benefits like scan once/ print many and electronic sorting. This multifunctional device also uses a Super G3 fax device that is capable of transmitting a page every 3 seconds which in turn saves communication costs. It can likewise deliver high quality output with the use of 256 grayscales and the UHQ technology by Canon, when sending photos or diagrams combined with text. The Canon MF5650 all in one device is also outfitted with a fax memory that can accommodate 256 pages. This feature is useful especially in the event that the device runs out paper or toner since incoming faxes can then be directly stored on the memory.
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This LaserBase device can copy and print output at a speed of 18 ppm (pages per minute). It also makes use of the SURF technology developed by Canon that ensures fast warm up times to provide instant printouts. On the other hand, this device employs a CCD scanner that delivers a high dots per inch resolution of 1200 X 2400 with true color depth in 48 or 24 bit to effectively capture details in an image. It also features a function called the ‘scan to PDF’ capable of providing one step scanning to the file format PDF. The Canon MF5650 device is also USB 2 compliant. It is highly recommended you run a free registry scan for and Canon MF5650 errors before installing any driver updates.