|Price incl. VAT||£168.26|
|Price excl. VAT||£140.22|
|Extended warranty + 1 year||
Stylish and well connected this high-speed, multifunctional mono laser printer provides print, copy, scan and fax functions within a compact space-saving device. A combination of excellent print quality and Canon’s EF toner delivers professional prints and copies with sharp crisp text and smooth graphics. Easily recyclable All-in-One cartridges combine toner, drum and cleaning units to reduce maintenance, increase reliability and minimise consumables. Multi-page printing, scanning and copying is effortless thanks to an integrated 35-sheet ADF.
Connect the way you want using this Wi-Fi, network and mobile ready device. Built-in Apple AirPrint and Mopria printing support automatically detects the printer for printing documents direct from the iPhone or iPad and Mopria certified devices. The free Canon Mobile Printing app also prints wirelessly to the printer from your smartphone or tablet.
Quick and simple to operate, the i-SENSYS MF217w has a versatile, tilting display panel with a large touch screen LCD. The panel can be set vertically or placed facing upwards to suit the way you work. Efficient scanning and copying workflows are simple to set up using the quick one-touch solution keys, so it’s easy to send scans to file or save paper by copying several images to one sheet.
Canon was founded in 1933. Its original title translated to "portable laboratory optics". The Japanese company has been headquartered in Tokyo since its inception. Canon is particularly associated with the production of digital cameras and accessories, where they remain the leading innovator and producer of imaging solutions. Aside from digital cameras, the company also operates in the production of office equipment, particularly copiers or printers.
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