|Item Weight||72.8 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||23 x 22 x 23 inches|
|Item model number||SP C261SFNW|
|Is Discontinued By Manufacturer||No|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||408235|
Ricoh 408235 SP C261SFNw Color Laser Multifunction Printer
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- Up to 21 ppm output, print, copy, scan, fax
- Up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution
- Paper capacity up to 751 pages
- Wireless and duplex printing standard
- Easily manage copy, print, scan and fax jobs with a 4.3" touchscreen display
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The best laser multifunction printer (MFP) for your startup or small workgroup should enhance collaboration, raise productivity and offer a low total cost of ownership (TCO). Introducing the RICOH SP C261SFNw Color Laser MFP a powerful, yet compact MFP designed for personal users or workgroups of up to three people. You'll save time by printing up to 21 pages per minute (ppm), and capture and share information efficiently with copy, scan and fax capabilities.
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This reminds me of another thing I like about this printer: there is no time penalty for b&w vs color, because each cartridge contains its own imaging drum (I think I'm using the right terminology, if not, sue me). I've had color lasers in the past with one imaging cartridge, so color pages took 4x longer than B&W because each color (CMYK) had to get its own turn with the page. Bonus, if you buy genuine Ricoh toner (it was only like $10 more when I bought it), you can get a return label for recycling the old one.
I also came up with two negatives!
1) If you're using it wirelessly and something happens to your wireless connection, you have to restart the machine for it to reconnect to the network. This is silly and can probably be fixed in firmware if Ricoh finds out about it (maybe they already have?)...I have mine plugged in on ethernet now, which is ironic because an initial requirement of mine was that the printer must support wireless. This is an annoyance if not a problem.
2) While it's printing, it doesn't appear that you can do other things ... so if you plan on printing a 50 page document and then scanning something at the same time, you might be out of luck.
Let me dry my tears and move on .....
I am very particular about my printer purchases. I've only bought laser, for my home use, for more than 10 years. This is the best one I've owned yet. The only thing I *don't* like about it is ... I can't think of anything. Maybe it's a tad slower than my outgoing unit? I mentioned home use, so I'm not in a terrible hurry, and the built-in auto duplexing more than makes up for it -- and yes, the ADF can scan duplex. It scans both sides at one time, in fact.
I just thought of an issue -- envelope printing is a bit weird. You have to lift a couple latches on the fuser - maybe it keeps envelopes from melting shut? I don't know, because I haven't printed an envelope in the 2010s. But it seems like it would be a hassle for a regular envelope printer.
Oh, despite the A4 in the description, it can perfectly well handle North American Letter-sized paper.
Google Cloud Print was not supported out of the box but a firmware update solves that.
Been using this unit for one month .. today, in fact .. and will update this as time progresses.
but it was a waste of time. The rep said there is something wrong with the house wiring even before he heard what was happening. Tried to explain to him that I had brother laserjet MFC9130, HP Laserjet and Cannon laserjet printers and none of them caused the power trip before. I tried connecting the printer directly to the wall outlet without any other equipment hooked up in the entire room, then used a power strip and also a separate UPS, but none of that helped. I brought MFC9130 printer, hooked up to the wall outlet and powered on and it works fine. The RICOH printer says it uses 11 AMPs and the power capacity in the GFC outlet is 20 AMPS. But the trip occurs not in GFC, but the entire house. Not sure, whether I got a lemon. Not taking a chance again with RICOH products.