Pantum M6607NW Driver Download. The Pantum M6607NW is a mono-lasers are always very popular if you want to print the lowest possible cost per page and as many pages per minute. The Pantum M6607NW Pro masters both. Before having a printer, you should ask yourself what you want to use the device at all. Once you have opted for a laser printer, a distinction is made primarily between color and mono laser printers.
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As a rule of thumb for the decision-making applies: If you print a lot of text and a few graphics and who can live with it, just not being able to print photos at home, is well-advised with a mono-laser printer. As a rule, they are the ideal solution for everyday office work and at least as long as you do not work in a graphic agency, of course.
The Pantum M6607NW tested here is a multifunction printer that not only prints but also scans, copies and faxes. More important than the integration of a fax function was the \”NoJam Turbo\” baptized technology for avoiding paper jams. In the test it came even with extensive print jobs actually to no paper jam, which also in 2016 (unfortunately) is still surprising.
Of course I could have been lucky with our test prints, but after several hundred printed pages, I assume that \”NoJam Turbo\” just does exactly what it is for. The manufacturer advertises impressive figures for the product and does not exaggerate. The print volume of up to 22 pages per minute seems realistic.
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The especially if one assumes that in reality, only rarely completely fully written pages. That\’s what we had to do to break the 22-page / minute hurdle. Only with the pressure of the first page after 7.8 seconds it did not work out in my tests, but quite honestly: Whether the \”cold start\” within 8 or 11 seconds only takes place, should play no role in practice.
The Pantum has delivered a decent device that disappoints in virtually every aspect. Only the associated iOS app \”Pantum\” I can not win anything. Technically, it works, but the manufacturer has really worked hard and unfortunately, and it seems like a loveless iOS-based Android app.
However, you only need them for mobile scanning and faxing. If you can do without it, you will never see the app. More pleasing are the processing of the device and the cost-efficient. Pantum has decided to put on a solid metal housing, which feels significantly more valuable than many, what one is used to from other printers in the price range (the mail order company Pearl has the multifunction device for around 150 euros in the catalog).
Assuming that the built-in toner actually enough for 1,600 pages, it comes to a page price of 2.9 cents, which is a truly good value for a 150-euro device. Conclusion: A practical office device for the price-conscious. Big bonus is the support of AirPrint.