Pantum M6800FDW Driver Download. The Chinese printer manufacturer Pantum is entering the German market with its S / W laser multifunction device for the first time. Pantum M6800FDW Pro is called the MFP without fax, which should convince with favorable prices. Behind the name Pantum stands the well-known Chinese PC producer Lenovo which produces by its sister company Pantum own printers and appropriate consumables. These include the printer manufacturer "Zhuhai Seine Technology" and the consumer material company "Ninestar". In China, the Pantum brand has been established since 2010, since 2011 also in the USA.
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The leap to Europe was dared in 2012, for example to England. Now the company is trying to reach the German target group of entry-level multi-functional devices with the Pantum M6800FDW. The extremely low purchase price is noticeable. Pantum gives the UVP with about 300 euros, many online shop offers the device for just under 100 euros. Well, it is a device that was only released in September this year. Such a low price for a new device is unusual. Otherwise, the Pantum M6800FDW Pro is a simple S / W multifunction device, which has all the necessary basic functions.
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Duplex printing, fax, PCL or touchscreen is not available and the paper chute can hold only 150 sheets. The print speed should be 22 pages per minute. By default, the B & W all-in-one is equipped with USB and Wlan. Panton's sister company Ninestar Image Tech Limited, based in China, produces the toner cartridges used by the Pantum M6800FDW and compatible cartridges for other companies' printing systems. Pantum itself, however, does not allow the use of foreign toners. This is common practice among the OEM manufacturers.
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The toners that match the Pantum M6800FDW Pro listen to the name PA-210E, for about 1,600 pages and cost almost 50 euros (RRP). The device has a capacity of only 700 pages. The MFP uses input image drums, so they migrate into the garbage at every change of toner. Whether Pantum can be a cheap alternative to established manufacturers will depend on the quality of the prints and the processing. The company advertises its devices as "robust" whether this is really so, I will soon determine its driver. The new competitor is sure to be in for a fresh wind at the print market: a version with a fax machine is already planned, color multifunctional devices do not.