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Ricoh 407523 Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax Reviewed by Mikerose23 on Dec 27 . Rating: 5 Ricoh 407523 Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax SP C250SF Print, copy, scan and fax. 21 CPM/PPM for color and monochrome prints and copies. Mainframe includes 250-sheet Paper Tray, 1-sheet Bypass Tray, standard duplex printing, Standard / Maximum 256MB RAM, IEEE802.11b/g/n, 35-sheet ADF, PCL5c/6, PostScript3 emulation and Pict bridge support. Ships with Starter […]

Ricoh 407523 Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax


Ricoh 407523 Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax


SP C250SF Print, copy, scan and fax. 21 CPM/PPM for color and monochrome prints and copies. Mainframe includes 250-sheet Paper Tray, 1-sheet Bypass Tray, standard duplex printing, Standard / Maximum 256MB RAM, IEEE802.11b/g/n, 35-sheet ADF, PCL5c/6, PostScript3 emulation and Pict bridge support. Ships with Starter All-in-One Cartridges that yield 1,000 prints.

  • 21 PPM Color and Monochrome Prints
  • 250 sheet paper tray
  • 1 sheet bypass tray
  • 256MB RAM
  • 30,000 Duty Cycle



What customers say about Ricoh 407523 Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax?

  • 4 of 4 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Cheap product, poor QC, August 20, 2015
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    Lu Xie

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    I got a brand new machine from Adorama, and immediately noticed the smeared line on the very first prints. Please check the first picture for reference. I tried trouble-shooting for 1 hour and half, with the methods provided by the manufacturer and the internet. None worked. After taking out all the cartridges, I found a curled plastic thread stuck on the paper route. Please check the second picture for reference. Problem solved after picking that thread out.
    Could be 4-star if their QC had done a better job, 5-star if there are more choices of cheap aftermarket toners.

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  • 3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    It works well, easy setup., February 15, 2015
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    M. Marceau (Texas) –
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    After about a week of owning this, I can say that the setup on a network was easy and painless. I setup the scanner to send the files to a shared network folder and there are handy shortcut buttons which allow you to specify their location. I printed a photo and it turned out very good, although I have a dedicated photo printer for this task.
    I cannot give it 5-stars as I know how much the replacement toner cartridges cost (more than the printer with ‘starter’ toner) I plan on re-filling myself as it seems fairly easy to do so after watching a few youtube videos. It is quite a bit heavier than I was expecting, as well..just a fair heads-up to those who might be concerned about the weight.

    I recommend this to anyone wanting a professional quality and feature-rich low-cost color laser printer. It is supposed to have among the lowest cost to print among the SMB laser printers.

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  • 1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    its OK for a $200 color laser multifunction all-in-one printer, June 4, 2015
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    if I had spent $100, it would be a 4 star printer. if I had spent $500, then it would be a 1 star printer. for the price for it now on amazon, its… around 3 star. its only a 600dpi printer and scanner max quality. picture res quality is a bit low, but brightness and proper picture look is decent enough. from a distance, the pictures that it prints look good, but if you look close, you will see lack of detailing. for a low end color printer (low end as far as lasers go), it is acceptable. the document feeder is good. scanning from the document feeder is good. scanning from the flatbed is questionable. sometimes the flatbed refuses to scan to file. copying from the document feeder is good. copying from the flatbed is questionable. sometimes when you copy from the flatbed, you will just get a printout of a black page. printing from a computer is good. controlling scanning from a PC, you have to remember where you are scanning from because you get a choice of document feeder or flatbed, and if you forget, you may waste a few seconds while it scans and loads a blank page/picture. there are many features in the device menus, and you have to get to learn things in it. a bit of a learning curve. for all of the features, the complexities are acceptable. it can handle a variety of media to print on, and has a bypass slot in the bottom. you slide the guides to fit, and then gently feed in the media until it grabs it and pulls it forward slightly before locking it in place. then you have to make sure you have selected ‘bypass tray’ in a menu in order to print from it. I don’t know anyone who still does faxes so I haven’t been able to test the faxing system. I am using it at home for a home business, and have no need to connect it into a network for now, but may eventually do that. the most irritating thing is the instructions for getting it ready to use out of the box are a folded paper with pictures without words. there is one of the boxes showing a finger touching a cartridge roller, and a finger touching the cartridge chip. there is a diagonal line across the box separating these 2 pictures in this particular box. this diagonal line means DON’T DO THIS. it took me a couple seconds looking at the cartridge wondering what I was supposed to do with the roller and chip before I realized the diagonal line separating the pictures should have been a circle with a diagonal line. on top of the left side, above the circular hot air vents (that you can rotate to point wherever you want), there is a button you can press to slide the document feeder back. it is recommended to do this so the feeder doesn’t block the output tray. I was messing with it, giving it a bit of a runaround to get errors, and I found that if it gets an error about a paper jam, even after you fix the paper jam, you may need to pop open other doors and close them to get the machine to realize everything is back to normal. a paper jam in the bottom paper tray just might need you to open up the cartridge lid and close it to get the machine functioning again. there are videos online of how to refill the ink in cartridges, and plenty of places to get refill toner with the chips. I have not done this yet but it looks easy enough. not as cheap to refill as some, but the number of pages per cartridge really aren’t bad. even if you don’t refill, you should be able to find decent cheap toner cartridges for it to save some money. my canon inkjet has a built in scanner, so I plan on using that to scan and do the things this ricoh refuses or can’t do. the automatic document feeder and the duplex printing are what raise it enough in my view to be worth 3 stars. would be more if the scanner always worked, but for a low end laser, I am not complaining too much.

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