Maximum resolution *
Maximum printing resolution.
2400 x 1200 DPI
Number of print cartridges *
The amount of print cartridges. A print cartridge is a container holding a quantity of ink which is inserted into a inkjet printer mechanism.
Standard printer languages *
A printer (control) language or page description language (PDL) is a language that describes the appearance of a printed page more efficiently than a bitmap. PostScript, one of the most noted page description languages, is a complete programming language.
Component of a printer that applies the mark or image to the paper.
Print head nozzles
Number of nozzles to a print head.
Copy resolution (black text)
300 x 300 DPI
Maximum number of copies
Copy resolution (black graphics)
300 x 300 dpi
Copy resolution (colour text and graphics)
Output resolution for colour text and/or graphics, expressed in dots per inch.
To convert a document or picture into digital form for storage or processing on a computer, by scanning it using a scanner.
Optical scanning resolution
How many pixels a scanner can see. Most commonly, this is measured in dots per inch (dpi).For example, a typical flatbed scanner will use a scanning head with 300 sensors per inch, so it can sample 300 dots per inch (dpi) in one direction. To scan in the other direction, it will move the scanning head along the page, stopping 300 times per inch, so it can scan 300 dpi in the other direction as well. This scanner would have an optical resolution of 300 x 300 dpi. Some manufacturers stop the scanning head more frequently as it moves down the page, so their machines have resolutions of 300 x 600 dpi or 300x1200 dpi.
800 x 800 DPI
Enhanced scan resolution
2400 x 2400 DPI
Scan file formats
A sensor is a convertor than measures a physical quality (light, temperature etc.) and displays this electronically on a device.
Scan quality (black, best)
Scan quality (black, normal)
Scan quality (colour, best)
Scan quality (colour, normal)
Scan quality (black, draft)
Scan quality (colour, draft)
Maximum print size *
The maximum size that an image can be printed with a good resolution.
A0 (841 x 1189 mm)
Media types supported
The types of media which can be used with this product.
Printer: bright white inkjet paper (bond), translucent bond, natural tracing paper, vellum, clear film, matte film, coated paper, heavyweight coated paper, high-gloss photo paper, semi-gloss photo paper, paper-based semi-gloss, satin poster paper, studio canvas, banners with Tyvek, colorfast adhesive vinyl; scanner: non-abrasive paper, vellum, mylar, sepia, blueprints, plastic film, plastic laminate, foam board, cardboard. (No plywood, stone plates, metal plates or abrasive, dirty, rough, sharp edged, metal clamped, burned surfaces.)
Maximum media width
Maximum print length
Maximum length of sheet media
Standard media sizes
ISO AO, ISO A1, ISO A2, ISO A3, ISO A4, JIS B4, JIS B3, JIS B2, JIS B1
Custom media sizes
210 - 1066 mm
Recommended media weight
Parallel ports quantity
The number of parallel ports. Parallel ports, also known as printer ports, are a type of interface found on computers (personal and otherwise) for connecting peripherals. In computing, a parallel port is a parallel communication physical interface. Parallel ports were common in the 1980s and '90s (mostly conforming to industry standard IEEE 1284) but are now being replaced by USBs and other ports.
An interface on a device to which you can connect another device.
1 x 36 pin Centronics (IEEE 1284B)