Canon i-SENSYS LBP3360 Printer Driver. The Canon i-SENSYS LBP-3360 comes dressed in already seen a combination of white and gray plastic, which is a nice blended and decent quality. On the upper side there is a single-line display with white backlight, which, in addition to displaying status messages, and prints the name of the file that is currently being printed. Unfortunately, he could be a little higher, because this is inevitably scrolling text with longer names, and menu navigation is pretty endless. Menu devices is very complicated, but in combination with a small screen can be a major problem for any advanced handling of the deletion of the given tasks. Also present was eight LE-diodice that signal important functions. On the back of the printer are input to the power supply, a USB port, as well as a network connector, while the main switch located on the side. What the paper is concerned, there is a tray that holds 250 sheets of A4 paper, and bypass tray, whose functionality is questionable, because it can only hold one sheet. Also awkward is that the bypass tray has no carrier, but the paper must comply with your hand until it is pulled in the printer. The tray includes classic mechanical level indicator paper. The maximum thickness of paper that can be freely used is 163 g / m 2.
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The printer comes with 64 MB of memory, which can not be expanded. When first turning takes about nine seconds to make the device ready for operation, but this model is one of the “start”, as they say in the automotive industry. Rise of the first page declared in nine seconds, and the result obtained in 11.8 seconds, but because of the fast start this can turn a blind eye. Print speed is also lower than the stated 21 pages per minute and is 19 pages per minute. In line with the trends, and Canon used a so-called auto-duplex, which is embedded in the device. It is interesting that the result obtained in duplexing four leaves or eight pages per minute, identical to that of the HP LaserJet P2055 that we have tested in the last issue , though HP has almost twice as expensive and twice as fast in the one-sided printing. As for the language of the press, there are standard PCL 5e and PCL 6 and Canon’s UFR II, but the support for Postscript missed.