“ Sharp UX A450 - Fax / copier - B/W - thermal transfer - 50 sheets - 14.4 Kbps „
The UX-A450 is Sharp's plain paper fax machine designed to provide high quality at true value. Thanks to its sleek, compact design, this machine occupies minimal space, making it ideal for use in the home or office. The UX-A450 prints or copies onto plain paper, guaranteeing a clean, crisp output every time. The UX-A450 can accommodate up to 50 sheets of A4 paper to ensure ample capacity for most users' fax reception. Save time and eliminate the need to feed each page in by hand with the 10-page document feeder. Built in as standard, this feature allows users to automatically send multiple documents for total user convenience.
The UX-A450 features a convenient navigation pad which gives quick and easy access to all fax and phone functions. With a handset built-in as standard, the UX-A450 also works as a fully functional telephone. So, you can easily upgrade your current telephone to include a fax. The UX-A450 features a built-in digital telephone answering machine with up to 20 minutes digital recording time. A greeting of up to 60 seconds in length can be made, while any messages that are left can be up to 4 minutes in length and can be accessed either directly from the machine or by a remote telephone call. With an in-built TAM interface, the UX-P400 can be easily attached to any external answering machine if required.
The UX-A450 features memory storage so that any messages that cannot be printed, due to lack of paper or film, are not lost. This machine can store up to 24 pages of incoming faxes, so they can be printed off later when consumables are replaced. Block any incoming calls that you do not want to receive using the anti-junk fax facility offered by both machines. Not only does this feature greatly reduce wastage of consumables, when printing unsolicited documents, but saves paper too. For ultimate ease of use, the UX-A450 can be programmed with up to 30 telephone numbers, which means you don't have to redial the whole number each time you send a fax.