New A4 imageCLASS Desktop MFPs from Canon

Canon U.S.A. today expanded its imageCLASS product family with two new desktop A4 models, the  imageCLASS D1650 and D1620, which it bills as compact, black-and-white, multifunction printers.

Designed for small to mid-size workgroups, the new imageCLASS models are said to balance speedy performance, minimal maintenance, and the ability to expand paper capacity with options (up to 2,300 sheets).

The imageCLASS D1650 and D1620 provide standard, two-sided printing and scanning. Both models feature a five-inch touchscreen, legal-sized platen glass, mobile print and scan solutions, and single-pass, duplexing document feeder.

With the new models, designated administrators can set security settings, control device access, restrict function use to certain employees, and oversee usage behavior to mitigate misuse. The security settings stay protected behind an administrator log-in to help avoid tampering or altering by unauthorized employees. Documents are also only stored in short-term memory to help mitigate risk of confidential information loss by limiting the accessibility of certain documents to a specific short-time window.

Both laser-based models are the same, featuring print, copy, and scan, but the D1650 adds Super G3 fax. Both feature Ethernet network interfaces and WiFi direct wireless connectivity, but the D1650 adds Near Field Communication (NFC) connectivity for tap-and-print with NFC-enabled devices.

Both new models also feature a three-year limited warranty, which is supported by Canon’s own 100-percent U.S.-based service and support network. They’re available now at and will be available in the coming weeks via select retailers and resellers.

For more information and complete specifications on the imageCLASS D1600 models, visit Canon here.

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