For a multifunction device that delivers the ultimate balance of economy and power, look no further than the Samsung Mono Laser Multifunction Printer SCX-4729FD Series.
Double your print output. Or, halve your paper costs. Either way you look at it; there is no denying that Duplex printing is an essential feature for both business and personal printing. It provides loads of cool and creative ways to fulfill print jobs, from single-sided formats to double-sided booklet formats, and really delivers a professional look and feel every time. The double-sided printing capabilities will also massively reduce costs and ensure that your paper supplies last longer. This then helps reduce waste, and minimises your impact on the environment. So, it is definitely a win-win situation with Duplex printing.
Make hitting your environmental goals a whole lot easier with Samsung’s new Eco Mode, which also includes a Results Simulator to check how well you are doing. The Eco Mode features a one touch Eco Button, which conveniently serves as your default setting once activated, and reduces paper consumption with Duplex printing, 2 or 4-up printing and a Toner Save setting. Thanks to the Results Simulator, you can really appreciate how much good work you are doing. The simulation shows levels of carbon dioxide emissions, electricity and paper usage. The Eco Mode is an easy and effective way of keeping track of your printer consumption – which is better for you and the planet!
Productivity is a key to running any office or professional workgroup. The ultra-versatile, fast-printing SCX-4729FD is designed to deliver productivity. Now you can print, copy, scan and fax with convenience, ease and speed. Why clutter a corner of your office with several different machines when all you need is one versatile device – the 4-in-1 SCX-4729FD laser multifunction printer.
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