Friday 27 March 2015
Canon iR 1750

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Canon iR 1750 Manufacturer : Canon

Reference : iR 1750

Range : Office B&W Printers, classe 214

Speed B&W : 50 ppm

other names used : iR 1750, imageRUNNER 1740i


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