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At just over a foot wide and just under a foot long, the latest Panasonic IQ-Fax packs a lot into a small space. This entry-level fax machine uses the Internet to send faxes via its 9.6 Kbps modem. While the IQ-Fax can also be used as a conventional fax machine, Internet faxing is usually less expensive, due to the savings on long-distance charges. Additional features include a 150-sheet paper tray, backup memory that holds up to 28 pages of incoming faxes and handy storage of up to 56 numbers. The built-in copier function can run off 99 copies of an original from the 15-sheet document feeder.

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