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HP LaserJet Enterprise 700 MFP M725z - Multifunction printer - B/W - laser - A3 (11.7 i...
Enable large-volume printing on a wide range of paper sizes - up to A3 - with a 4,600-sheet maximum input capacity. Preview and edit scanning jobs; centrally manage printing policies; safeguard sensitive business information. Ideal for large workgroups who need a high-performance, reliable MFP that prints on a range of paper sizes up to A3, and helps speed work with robust scanning capabilities, a convenient color touchscreen and powerful manageability features. Specifications General Device Type: Fax / copier / printer / scanner Fax Type: Plain paper Printing Technology: Laser - monochrome Monthly Duty Cycle (max): 200000 pages Recommended Monthly Volume: 5000 - 20000 pages Display Diagonal Size: 8" Display Features: Touch screen PC Connection Availability: Yes PC Connection: USB 2.0, Gigabit LAN, USB host, USB host (internal) AirPrint Enabled: Yes Office Machine Features: Document send function, save to USB flash drive, scan to e-mail, scan to network, HP ePrint, Hardware Integration Pocket, hard disk included, Foreign Interface Harness (FIH), HP High-Performance Secure Hard Disk Localization: English, French, Spanish / Canada, Mexico, United States, Latin America (excluding Argentina, Brazil, Chile) Memory Standard Memory: 1 GB Max Supported Memory: 1.5 GB Supported Flash Memory: USB flash drive Copying Max Copying Speed: Up to 40 ppm Max Copying Resolution: Up to 600 x 600 dpi Max Document Enlargement: 400% Max Document Reduction: 25% see more...
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