Print speeds of up to 21 ppm and first print out time of less than 14 seconds means you’ll spend more time printing and less time waiting.
The SCX-3405FW is our most compact MFP yet. With a footprint of just 15.8” W x 11.5” D x 11.7” H, it’ll fit comfortably on a desk or bookshelf. And at sound levels of less than 50dBA, you won’t notice it’s there until you need it.
Wireless printing means you can place the compact SCX-3405FW anywhere in your office, without worrying about running cables to it. It also makes sharing the MFP with multiple computers simple.
The SCX-3405FW’s One-Touch WPS button (Wi-Fi Protected Setup) lets you connect quickly and easily. Press the WPS button on your router and the WPS button on your SCX-3405FW, and your MFP automatically configures and connects to your wireless network.
With a monthly duty cycle of 10,000 pages, you can count on your Samsung printer to be there for you when you need it.
The one-touch ECO button allows you to customize your output to save toner and paper.
The 1,500-page one-piece toner cartridge is simple to change, without being messy.
Maximum speed at which a printer outputs black text. Print speed is measured in pages per minute (ppm).
Number of dots per inch (dpi) a printer generates. The higher the dot count, the sharper the image.
Time it takes a black & white laser printer to scan and output the first page of a b & w printing job.
Language an operating system uses to transmit page data to a printer, so that it is decipherable.
Function that allows a user to print on both sides of a sheet of paper.
Size (sheet count) and form of the apparatus that feeds paper into a printer.
Range of paper sizes that can be printed on a machine. 3" x 5" is index card size. 8.5" x 14" is legal size.
Forms of stationary that can be printed on a laser printer in addition to standard paper.
Way in which a scanner is used. Flatbed means documents are placed on a glass window for scanning.
Number of dots per inch (dpi) a scanner can generate on its own. Higher the dot count, sharper the image.
Number of dots per inch (dpi) a scanner can generate when using intepolation software to enhance an image.
Ability to integrate with software platforms and standards such as TWAIN and Windows Image Acquisition.
The logic circuitry which responds to and delivers the basic instructions that drive a laser printer.
Connection that a printer uses to exchange data with a computer. Universal Serial Bus 2.0 is high-speed.
Operating systems that support a specific laser printer. Windows and Linux are standard OS for PCs.
Approval by Energy Star, a government program, ensures TV is eco-friendly and energy efficient.
Width, height and depth of printer, as measured in inches (in.).
The weight of the product, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Characteristic that defines a printer based upon the amount and nature of ink it requires.
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