The Lanier SP C210SF's goal is simple: To help you be more productive and complete your tasks faster.
Whether you need to print a file, make copies, send a fax or scan a document, this affordable system performs office tasks with intelligence.
Intuitive and simple to operate yet packed with a full range of high performance features, the Lanier SP C210SF provides ultimate value and productivity for any small to medium workgroup or business.The Lanier SP C210SF is able to produce your documents quickly, with rapid output speeds of up to 31ppm in black and white and 8ppm in full colour, allowing you more time to focus on your other business requirements.
Productive 31 ppm print speed in black and white and 8 ppm in full colour
Consistent image quality across all functions
Eliminates the need to purchase and inventory expensive, low yield inkjet cartridges, or multiple consumables for dedicated devices.
True 600 x 600 dpi print resolution
Low cost per page makes colour available to all users not just for special jobs
Maximum paper capacity of 780 sheets reduces the need to constantly refill paper trays.
Wide range of media support up to 210gsm for more creative documents
Network and Administration Friendly
Networked ready with 10/100 Base TX Ethernet supplied as standarD
USB 2.0 and Parallel for convenience printing
Saves Time and Effort
A 35 sheet Document feeder puts daily scanning, faxing and copying tasks within easy reach
Fax capabilities include Super G3 Faxing, PC Faxing and Internet Faxing
Standard Control Centre software allows for the scanning and capture of images, ability to capture editable text with OCR, and the sending of file attachments to E-mail addresses and file folders on the network.
Space saving design suitable for desktop use with full front access to paper supplies, control panel, and internal components for maximum ease of use.
Lower total cost of ownership than inkjet systems
GDI printer language
Replace individual colour toner cartridges once every 3,000 pages, and the black cartridge once every 5,000 pages (based on 5% coverage)