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1. Canon PIXMA MP760 All-in-One Photo
$299.99 list($449.99)
2. Canon PC940 Personal Copier
Too low to display $64.89 list($99.99)
3. Canon PIXMA MP130 All-in-One Photo
Too low to display list($496.00)
4. Canon ImageCLASS MF3110 Laser
$419.99 Too low to display list($429.99)
5. Canon MF5750 ImageCLASS Multifunction
$699.99 list($1,195.00)
6. Canon ImageClass D760 Personal
Too low to display list($1,995.00)
7. Canon ImageCLASS MF8170c Color
$249.99 $245.25
8. Canon PC430 Personal Copier
$379.99 $369.99 list()
9. Canon ImageCLASS MF5550 Laser
$120.00 list($345.00)
10. Canon PC140 Personal Copier
$772.75
11. Canon ImageClass D780 Personal
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12. Canon iC D680 imageClass Copier
list($799.99)
13. Canon PC980 Personal Copier
list($149.99)
14. Canon PC425 Personal Copier
$569.99 list($699.99)
15. Canon PC1080F Personal Copier
list($699.99)
16. Canon imageClass D660 Digital
17. Canon imageCLASS 2200 Copier
18. Canon D340 Digital Copier and
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19. Canon PC745 Personal Copier
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20. Canon PC920 Personal Copier

1. Canon PIXMA MP760 All-in-One Photo Printer
list price: $299.99
our price: $186.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007W89H2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 22
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Pixma MP760 Photo All-In-One Printer, Print/Copy/Scan ... Read more

Features

  • USB, Direct Printer Port, camera card slots; PC/Mac
  • Prints photos, copies, and scans in one convenient unit
  • 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi color, 600 x 600 dpi black resolution
  • Up to 17 ppm color, 25 ppm black, 4-by-6-inch photo in about 36 seconds
  • Large 2.5-inch LCD for easy viewing, editing, and printing

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Some points not covered by others.
Let me start by saying my previous printer was an HP 540 bought ten years ago and I do not own a digital camera nor a scanner.

So why did I buy it? Because of the good reviews I have seen for the Pixma family, because people complaining about how the new HP printer family software installation is a bear, and complaints about Epson print heads clog if not used both here and on usenet. I bought it for home, and I have only needed to fax about twice in the last ten years, but I (we?) often need to copy, and I wanted a color printer, separate print cartridges, two paper trays. I hemmed and hawed and decided to pay the extra to get the MP760 features over the sheet feeder of the MP750. A digital camera will probably be next electronics purchase.

First some notes
- Another website said this printer has a parallel port. It does not. Not a big deal.
- It works over USB 1.1. Not as fast, but if you are like me and would rather put the money for a USB 2.0 card into a new PC, you are not out of luck. You do need a USB OS. I am using XP Pro.
- You do not need the PC turned on to copy or print pictures from memory cards OR from negatives or slides! But, when printing from negatives it will NOT let you print to plain paper. I don't know about scanning then printing, I would have to try it out.
- The slide and negative holders are stored in the underside of the scanner lid. When you unsnap this carrier it exposes a white strip that appears to be a light source for scanning negatives or slides.
- The memory slots come up as removable disk drive under XP, one does not have to use them for just digital picture files. Its a nice feature for me, since my home computer's USB slots are in the back and both are used. I have a SanDisk MobileMate SD to USB converter, I can put files on it at work, then take the memory out and upload with the MP760.
- No thick all encompassing manual, but rather printed quick start guides and the full manuals installed in HTML format on your PC.
- Two TWAIN drivers are installed. One limits you to 600 DPI when scanning. Need to be scanning negatives or slides to get to 2400 DPI (someone correct me if I am wrong).
- Two paper trays - one is a cassette down at the very bottom, the other is an automatic sheet feeder from the rear.

Random blathering opinions ---
- The print quality is great, but I don't have alot to compare it to.
- Reasonably quiet. Other manf's models made beeps. I don't want to wake up the kids when printing at night.
- Big. And you need even more room with the sheet feeder in the rear and the door to open in the front for finished prints to come out.
- I would rather have the manuals in PDF over HTML.
- Getting at and installing the print head and cartridges is harder than the Deskjet 540. There is some sort of prop rod, that needs to be unlatched to get it back down, and two doors in front of the print cartridges.
- A consumer magazine states that each photo print costs about $0.85 on an MP780, and at the store near me its $0.29 for digital prints. But then again I can make a print right NOW if I wanted to.
- Manual says you should not to just drop the power to it, you have to press the ON/OFF button and wait. Annoying, and what happens if the power goes out? What about when it is in sleep mode? Would be nice if the PC powers down it assumes it should power down, or at least be an option.

I can personally vouch that it copies color or grayscale, scans with PC color or grayscale, prints directly from film negative to photo paper, prints from PC, and no software problems thus far. Everything else I either can't test it (like the PictBridge) or have not had the time.

Overall, I'm glad I waited this long to buy an MFC and I'm glad I waited a bit longer for the MP760.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does itfax?
Could any one please tell me if this machine does scan to fax??? I have fax program in my XP.There were so many good reviews about this AIO, so it is hard to let go, but I need to use fax at least once a week.I have also considered MP780, but it doesn't come with the negative slide,thanks.

5-0 out of 5 stars Which Canon Multifunction is right for you?
First off, if you're in the market for a printer, you can't go wrong with a Canon.Canon printers consistently beat out the competition in independent tests for print quality.Their items are elegant, well designed, and most importantly, ink is affordable.

We all know the razor and blade scheme: sell the printer below cost and make it up with pricey cartridges.Canon, however, saves you a lot of money by including the print head with the printer and not on each cartridge.Because of this, genuine Canon cartridges can be had for around $12, while 3rd party cartridges, which many claim work just as well, can be found for as low as $2.

If you've already decided on a Canon multifunction, lets see which model is right for you.Canon's current market list is as follows:

MP130 - New model, and the most affordable yet.
Copy/Print/Scan
18ppm black, 13ppm color
2 ink tanks
No auto sheet feeder!
Card slots

MP390 - Has a fax, About half the cost of the MP7xx's.
Copy/Print/SCan/Fax
18ppm black, 12 ppm color
2 ink tanks
card slots

MP750 - Older model - exactly the same as mp780 but no fax.
Copy/Print/Scan
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
Built in Duplexing

MP760 - New Model - geared towards photo enthusiasts.
Copy/Print/Scan + Special Photo Features
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
No auto sheet feeder!
Built in Duplexing
*Unique photo features:
2.5 inch lcd screen
Built in film adapter for 35mm slides or negatives
can print directly from negatives
Card slots

MP780 - Does it all except for the mp760 photo features.
Copy/Print/Scan/Fax
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
Built in Duplexing

Now, let's look more closely at some key differences between these models:

*Fax: The first thing you should do is decide if you need a fax or not. If you do, you should choose between the MP780 or the MP390.If not, don't rule those two out just yet, they may have have other features you can't live without.

*Note: There is NO auto fax/telephone switching on these models if you wish to use the same line for faxes and voice calls.

*Number of ink tanks: The next important thing you should look at is whether you want to be able to replace each color individually or not.The MP750, MP760 and MP780 all have 5 individual ink tanks (photo black, black, cyan, yellow, magenta), while the MP130 and MP390 have only 2 (black and tricolor).The cost of each cartridge is about the same, but you will waste some leftover ink by throwing out the MP130 or MP390's color cartridge when just one color runs out.

*Photo printing: If you're planning on printing a lot of photos, you should probably go with an mp7xx.These have a superior print head, as well as the 5 separate ink tanks.The MP760 is especially noteable with all the features Canon has added specifically for photos.These come at a price however, as the MP760 does not share the auto sheet feeder of its MP750 and MP780 cousins, or the fax of the 780.

*However - If you plan on printing directly from memory cards, beware!The mp750 and mp780 do not have card slots!The 2 cheaper models and the mp760 do.

*Auto sheet feeder: The mp130 and mp760 do NOT have an auto sheet feeder.All 3 of the others do.An auto sheet feeder is very useful when doing a lot of scanning or faxing.

*Duplexing: The mp7xx models each have built in duplexing.

*Size: The mp7xx models weigh around 30 pounds and are quite big.The MP390 is a smaller, and weighs 18 pounds.The mp130 has a tiny footprint for a multifunction printer, and weighs 14 pounds.

Some features that all of Canon's current MFPs share:

*Copying: Each of these models has a copy function, and all have the same resolution (600x600 black, 1200x1200 color).
*USB 2.0 connection
*Pictbridge direct photo printing support
*All 5 models are great looking and will complement almost any decor.

My recommendations:

If you want a great price on an excellent printer and don't need a fax: MP130

If price is an issue but you still need a fax: MP390

If you can afford an MP700 series and don't need a fax, card slots, or the MP760's photo features: MP750

If you need its exclusive photo features (but no fax or auto sheet feeder): MP760

If you can afford an MP700 series and need a fax (but no card slots and none of the MP760s photo features): MP780

5-0 out of 5 stars You will be glad you bought it
I have had this printer for a couple of weeks and it does everything Canon's description says and it does it well.The included software gives you options for printing photos and scanning that range from fully automatic (simple) to using wizards (need to make some decisions) to full control of everything (got to read the manual).Pictures come out looking great and text is sharp.It has two paper sources so that you can switch between different papers without having to fumble with a paper tray, built in two-sided paper printing (duplexing) and a real plus, it has a built-in memory card reader so you can print directly or easily and quickly transfer info. to your computer from most any kind of memory card.

The only problem I have had, and that you may also have, has somthing to do with how the printer uses my computer's USB2 ports.I have a laser printer connected to one of these ports and if it and the Canon are both connected when I boot up the computer, the computer's USB controller experiences some kind of conflict between these printing devices and resolves the conflict by disabling some of the Canon's functions.I called Canon's tech. support, which, by the way, is free during your warranty year. After going through a few prompts I was quickly connected with a support person (not outsourced!) who was knowledgeable and patiently helped me troubleshoot the problem.Tech talk: something to do with computer bios, the USB controller and how the Canon is programmed to use the USB hub.In any case, he said I would have to call my computer maker for help in changing computer codes.My quick, if not elegant solution, was to unplug the laser printer from the USB until boot up was complete and then plug it back in.Problem solved!This didn't work if I unplugged the Canon and instead left the laser printer connected during boot up.Hope this helps.

Bottom line...You won't go wrong if you get this printer.

4-0 out of 5 stars Very impressed
So far, so very very good.This printer creates great photos on glossy paper and does very well with black tiny text on injet paper.But most of all, I'm impressed with its speed.It's the fastest printer I've ever owned (maybe that says more about me than the printer) so I'm extremely happy.

The only issue I have with this printer is that its front buttons (copy, scan, film, photo) do not work with my Macintosh.I use system 10.3.8 and pressing the buttons does *nothing*. However, everything works if you use the included (excellent) software.If I'm looking for other things to complain about, I'd say it's a bit heavy & large.It woudn't fit in the cabinet where my old printer did. ... Read more


2. Canon PC940 Personal Copier
list price: $449.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005NNC7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 9510
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Copying solution for home or small business
  • Up to 13 copies per minute
  • 250-sheet paper cassette
  • No warm-up time, fast, high-quality copies
  • Yields approximately 4,000 copies per cartridge

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid Performance
I've had this copier for nine months now (a previous Canon copier had given us ten years of good service) and am thoroughly pleased with it. It has no warm-up time at all, the paper tray is ample and you can use a side slot to get a quick copy on a different color or type of paper if you want. It's quick, makes multiple copies, you can increase/decrease the image size, and it has very intuitive controls. Fairly quiet and fast as well. Quite a good buy, really.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good little copier
We use this in a fairly busy one physician doctors office and we have found it to be dependable. It's fairly quiet, and gives us good quality copies.
What more can you ask. Another good thing about this one is, there a good quality generic toner cartridges available on the web. That really is a plus when your doing a lot of copies per month, like we are.

2-0 out of 5 stars I would buy something else
My office recently purchased this copy machine. After 2 months of use the paper started to jam every other copy. When I called for service I got a HUGE run around and finally took it back to the store where it was purchased. They helped me figure out the problem and showed me how to "fix" it. It is a very temporary solution and I have to "fix" it every 3rd time I use the copier. For the money I spent, I would buy something else!

5-0 out of 5 stars The best copier out there!
We have this printer in our office for more than 3 years now and this copier performed flawless. I like the fact that it needs no time to warm up at all unlike other copiers that need about a minute to warm up before you can use it. And the speed is adequate for small office use, it is fast enough and makes very clean copies. It is also very quiet. I highly recommand this copier.

4-0 out of 5 stars Handy for Home Office
I purchased this copier 2 months ago. Setup and operation instructions very clear and easy to follow including installing the toner cartridge. Copies very clear and sharp. No dark edges on copies as I have experienced on another copier (Sharp). Copies come out smooth with no curls and are straight. I mainly use the copier for small quantities. Only problem I encountered was a paper jam when making 40 copies of 10 pages. This I think could be avoided if I had fanned the copier paper before loading. I have been using letter paper with 84 brightness with better than average quality. Copier is fairly quiet. It is a very handy tool and very convenient for immediate copies at home. I did not rate the copier a 5 star because I want to see how reliable it will be over time. ... Read more


3. Canon PIXMA MP130 All-in-One Photo Printer
list price: $99.99
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002HDTEU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 1000
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Pixma MP130 Photo All-In-One Printer, Print/Copy/Scan ... Read more

Features

  • USB 2.0 interface, slots for digital-camera memory cards; PC compatible
  • Print, scan, and copy from a single desktop machine
  • Print up to 18 ppm black, 13 ppm color
  • Scan with up to 48-bit color depth
  • ArcSoft Photo Studio and ScanSoft Omni Page SE software

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Home device
Just bought it to replace Lexmark X75.
Quality wice it is a little better.
Text printing much faster.
Photo printing seems in 3-4 times faster
and quality is better.
It is a little bit noisy.
Scanning software has some advanced features
for scanning photo but slow.
In general device initialization is slow.
Printing block comprises of printing frame and two
ink tanks. So ink is chipper but if frame will be
dust I have no idea if I can buy a new one.
Paper doc is weak. Still don't know if it supports
USB 2.0. TWAIN driver seems not universal.
Other Canon software shows it in a list but do not
recognize.
Can do copy without computer.
I general good device. Can not be beat for the price.

5-0 out of 5 stars Which Canon Multifunction is right for you?
First off, if you're in the market for a printer, you can't go wrong with a Canon.Canon printers consistently beat out the competition in independent tests for print quality.Their items are elegant, well designed, and most importantly, ink is affordable.

We all know the razor and blade scheme: sell the printer below cost and make it up with pricey cartridges.Canon, however, saves you a lot of money by including the print head with the printer and not on each cartridge.Because of this, genuine Canon cartridges can be had for around $12, while 3rd party cartridges, which many claim work just as well, can be found for as low as $2.

If you've already decided on a Canon multifunction, lets see which model is right for you.Canon's current market list is as follows:

MP130 - New model, and the most affordable yet.
Copy/Print/Scan
18ppm black, 13ppm color
2 ink tanks
No auto sheet feeder!
Card slots

MP390 - Has a fax, About half the cost of the MP7xx's.
Copy/Print/SCan/Fax
18ppm black, 12 ppm color
2 ink tanks
card slots

MP750 - Older model - exactly the same as mp780 but no fax.
Copy/Print/Scan
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
Built in Duplexing

MP760 - New Model - geared towards photo enthusiasts.
Copy/Print/Scan + Special Photo Features
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
No auto sheet feeder!
Built in Duplexing
*Unique photo features:
2.5 inch lcd screen
Built in film adapter for 35mm slides or negatives
can print directly from negatives
Card slots

MP780 - Does it all except for the mp760 photo features.
Copy/Print/Scan/Fax
25ppm black, 17 ppm color
5 ink tanks
Built in Duplexing

Now, let's look more closely at some key differences between these models:

*Fax: The first thing you should do is decide if you need a fax or not. If you do, you should choose between the MP780 or the MP390.If not, don't rule those two out just yet, they may have have other features you can't live without.

*Note: There is NO auto fax/telephone switching on these models if you wish to use the same line for faxes and voice calls.

*Number of ink tanks: The next important thing you should look at is whether you want to be able to replace each color individually or not.The MP750, MP760 and MP780 all have 5 individual ink tanks (photo black, black, cyan, yellow, magenta), while the MP130 and MP390 have only 2 (black and tricolor).The cost of each cartridge is about the same, but you will waste some leftover ink by throwing out the MP130 or MP390's color cartridge when just one color runs out.

*Photo printing: If you're planning on printing a lot of photos, you should probably go with an mp7xx.These have a superior print head, as well as the 5 separate ink tanks.The MP760 is especially noteable with all the features Canon has added specifically for photos.These come at a price however, as the MP760 does not share the auto sheet feeder of its MP750 and MP780 cousins, or the fax of the 780.

*However - If you plan on printing directly from memory cards, beware!The mp750 and mp780 do not have card slots!The 2 cheaper models and the mp760 do.

*Auto sheet feeder: The mp130 and mp760 do NOT have an auto sheet feeder.All 3 of the others do.An auto sheet feeder is very useful when doing a lot of scanning or faxing.

*Duplexing: The mp7xx models each have built in duplexing.

*Size: The mp7xx models weigh around 30 pounds and are quite big.The MP390 is a smaller, and weighs 18 pounds.The mp130 has a tiny footprint for a multifunction printer, and weighs 14 pounds.

Some features that all of Canon's current MFPs share:

*Copying: Each of these models has a copy function, and all have the same resolution (600x600 black, 1200x1200 color).
*USB 2.0 connection
*Pictbridge direct photo printing support
*All 5 models are great looking and will complement almost any decor.

My recommendations:

If you want a great price on an excellent printer and don't need a fax: MP130

If price is an issue but you still need a fax: MP390

If you can afford an MP700 series and don't need a fax, card slots, or the MP760's photo features: MP750

If you need its exclusive photo features (but no fax or auto sheet feeder): MP760

If you can afford an MP700 series and need a fax (but no card slots and none of the MP760s photo features): MP780 ... Read more


4. Canon ImageCLASS MF3110 Laser Multifunction
list price: $496.00
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0002UECSO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 8514
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Features

  • Prints, copies, and scans in one convenient unit
  • Up to 21 ppm print speed, up to 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Reduces and enlarges copies from 50 to 200% in 1% increments
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • USB 2.0 interface, optional external print server; PC compatible

5. Canon MF5750 ImageCLASS Multifunction Laser Printer, Copier, Fax, Scanner
list price: $429.99
our price: $419.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0007VPGLK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 32879
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Product Description

Canon MF5750 imageClass Multifunction Printer Laser Multifunction Printer/Copier/Fax/ScannerPrint, Copy, Fax and Scan with the imageClass MF5750 Laser Multifunction from Canon. Benefit from the convenience of having the office functions you require in one reliable solution. Packed with terrific features like a 50-sheet Automatic Document Feeder, 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette and the Single Cartridge System, you no longer have to waste time in front of old, slow office machines. Load the originals in the document feeder and off they go. Your prints and copies will be made at up to a fast 21 pages-per-minute, and when faxing or PC faxing, documents will be transmitted through its Super G3 modem at up to 33.6 Kbps. When scanning documents, you will achieve remarkable tone-on-tone clarity with 1200 x 2400 dpi 48-bit** CCD color scanning. Overall, your imageClass MF5750 will complete projects quicker with the USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface.* The imageClass MF5750 will assist you with your business needs, and if sharing its productivity is a requirement, an optional print server is available. ... Read more

Features

  • Print, copy, scan and fax functions
  • Up to 21 cpm/ppm laser output; 33.6 Kbps Super G3 Fax
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi CCD color scanning
  • 50-sheet ADF, 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette
  • Single Cartridge System for easy maintenance; USB 2.0 interface

6. Canon ImageClass D760 Personal Digital Copier and Printer
list price: $1,195.00
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0000TO0B6
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 24551
Average Customer Review: 3.67 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Up to 16 cpm copy speed, 13 seconds to first page out
  • Up to 16 ppm printing; up to 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution
  • 30-sheet document feeder; simple single-cartridge system
  • USB and parallel connectivity, optional networking
  • PC compatible; 3-year warranty

Reviews (3)

5-0 out of 5 stars D760 - Great copier
Great copies, turns on for immediate copies, turns off by itself, very quiet.

3-0 out of 5 stars Canon D760
I bought this copier/printer to network with my computers. Like anyone who had computer experience I went and bought a print server. After many frustrating hours, I called Canon to find out the problem. I was told that the only print server that is compatible is the Axis 1610. I have looked at the manuals and the documentation. I have searched the web and NO WHERE does it state this. I feel a bit betrayed that this information is not stated anywhere.

However, as a ADF Copier it is fast and efficient. As a printer, the first page out is slow but all subsequent pages are quicl to print. Also, note the pages come out face up and therefore you must designate reverse order printing.

3-0 out of 5 stars Canon 761 does not support Linksys Printservers
Just purchased the Canon D761 printer/copier (feb 2004). This unit only supports two print servers... and I never heard of them. So it is not "generic" to most servers and should not be purchased if you need that feature. Reasonable printer and copy quality. ... Read more


7. Canon ImageCLASS MF8170c Color Laser Multifunction
list price: $1,995.00
our price: Too low to display
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00043KPB2
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 24205
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Features

  • Up to 16 ppm black print and copy speed, up to 4 ppm color
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution
  • 375-sheet standard input capacity plus 50-sheet auto document feeder
  • 33.6 Kbps Super G3 fax; Windows 2000/XP compatible
  • USB 2.0 interface, built-in 10/100 Base T networking

8. Canon PC430 Personal Copier
list price: $249.99
our price: $249.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00000JFKR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 9747
Average Customer Review: 4.2 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Review

Copiers don't have to be big and expensive to make great copies. With Canon's PC430 personal copier, you can get clean and clear copies from a small, relatively inexpensive unit, in your own home or small office.

To set up the Canon PC430 photocopier, we opened the copier's cover, took out the toner cartridge, removed the protective sealing tape, reinserted the toner cartridge, closed the copier's cover, and plugged in the AC power cord. The copier was ready to make copies without needing even a short warm-up period.

In our test of the PC430, we copied a variety of documents, and, in most cases, the black-and-white copies were nearly indistinguishable from the black-and-white originals. There were no unexpected smudges or grains unless the originals contained colors or shades of gray. For detailed images and photographs, the automatic exposure system consistently made copies that were too dark; so we turned off the automatic system with the touch of a button, and adjusted the exposure by turning a dial--and saw dramatic improvement.

The copier is rated at four ppm, which is slow for an office copier but consistent with copiers in this price range.

Pros:

  • Easy setup
  • Intuitive controls
  • Instant warm-up
  • Toner cartridge included

Cons

  • Slow copy rate
... Read more

Features

  • Single cartridge system
  • 4 ppm
  • 50-sheet paper tray
  • Instant warm-up
  • Automatic exposure

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars good buy
After fighting for several years with all in one printer/fax/copier machines, I decided to buy seperate components to do these specific jobs. The Canon PC430 was my choice as a copier and I amd very pleased with it. I does it's job very well for small business use with small to moderate copy jobs. It's a simple machine and compact enough to fit on the desktop. The set up is easy. The copies are perfect reproductions of the originals. No frills just does the job it's designed to do.

3-0 out of 5 stars Copier
I bought this copier several years ago and it has work well for me. I like that it can also do legal size paper. It does take up alot of desk space due to the two paper trays. I think that there are better choices now. This copier doesn't have an internal paper tray, doc. feeder, or enlargement of image.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Best! No scanner even comes close!
If your looking for a copy machine, and have been settling for a scanner instead then sell your scanner and pick up a Cannon PC420 or PC430 copier. (I bought the 430 but tested the 420.)

The copies are nice and crisp. With text it will even do perfect copies of text in 8-point font. For pictures it will copy fine. Not perfect, some edges will appear pixilated, good enough for a teacher to make copies from a book for students to do. Yet not good enough for a critical sales or marketing presentation. If you copy from workbooks or textbooks the PC430 will pay for itself in just a few months. No more hassles of waiting or paying on a per copy basis.

The PC430 can have some trouble when you have many gray or offgray boxes that are small. It will smudge the edges but not considerably. For the price though it is perfect, you would have to pay 10x as much for a copier that doesn't do this.

Being able to hit the Power button and begin to copy is unbelivable. No warm up! If you are used to using $10,000 copiers that take minutes to warm up when you only need one or two copies this is a godsend.

All in all this is one of the best home or homeoffice products you can buy. It works as advertised and is simple to operate. In today's world of gizmos and gadgets that is saying alot.

4-0 out of 5 stars Small, portable, inexpensive- everything I wanted
It can be carried around to seminars easily. I take mine to quilting classes, so we can copy "foundation papers" for everyone to try. Share recipes. Drag it to a class and when the teacher runs out of handouts, offer to make more on the spot. (If you don't want to carry it "naked," it fits in the larger courier bags, and if yours is the kid that has a zipper that expands it to 8" depth, you can carry a ream of paper too, although it gets heavy.)

When not carting it around for such uses, it takes up remarkably little space on a home desk or shelf. The tray folds up. Ours has been quite resistant to pet fur- we have to be careful with any devices, to see that rabbit fur does not get in the moving parts; we find rabbit fur in our printers, rabbit fur floating on monitors, rabbit fur in the keyboards, rabbit fur in the gas stove burners- but so far, no rabbit fur has gotten inside this copier, and the lid has been good enough to keep rabbit fur off the glass surface.

A copier that's portable and pet-resistant, and inexpensive to boot; if it weren't for the slow speed I'd give it 5 stars instead of 4.

4-0 out of 5 stars Good
Handy suitable for home office.

Easy operation. ... Read more


9. Canon ImageCLASS MF5550 Laser Multifunction

our price: $379.99
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Asin: B0000C0CLW
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 20321
Average Customer Review: 2.25 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

A laser multifunction from Canon, the MF5550 consolidates important office functions into one unit, saving on both space and money. Designed with small business users in mind, the MF5550 can scan, copy, fax, and print, and comes with a number of useful features.

A 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette and single-sheet multi-purpose feeder are provided, while a 50-sheet automatic document feeder helps save valuable time when scanning, copying, or faxing large documents. Maximum print and copy resolutions of 600 x 600 dpi are accompanied by a maximum optical scan resolution 1,200 x 2,400 dpi, (up to 9,600 x 9,600 dpi interpolated), while 256 levels of halftone and a 48-bit internal color depth produce high-quality, accurate scans suitable for a wide range of applications.

The included software comes with an OCR program, so you can easily convert scanned documents into text files on your computer. Print speeds are as fast as 19 ppm for letter-sized documents and copy speeds of up to 19 cpm (at lower resolutions) and a time-to-first-copy of around 13 seconds. The copier accepts originals up to 8.5 by 14 inches and can enlarge or reduces copies anywhere from 50% to 200%.

The fax machine has a 33.6Kbps modem, with fax resolutions of up to 203 x 196 dpi. A fax memory of up to 255 pages ensures that even if you run out of paper, you won't lose important faxes, and 12 standard and 100 coded speed dial presets provide an easy way to store frequently used numbers.

The MF5550 has a 19.1-by-18.1-inch footprint and connects to the host computer via its USB port. PC compatible only, the unit also comes backed with a one-year parts and labor warranty.

What's in the Box
MF5550, automatic document feeder and tray, document output tray, slide guide, multi-purpose feeder, paper cassette, toner cartridge, USB cable, software CD-ROM, user's manual ... Read more

Features

  • Prints, copies, scans, and faxes
  • Up to 19 ppm print speed; up to 600 dpi resolution
  • Up to 19 cpm; reduces and enlarges 50% to 400%
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution, 24-bit color
  • USB interface; PC compatible

Reviews (4)

3-0 out of 5 stars Despite attractive feature set & price, should be avoided
I bought one of these and returned it after a week. It is not horrible. The print speed & quality are good, ditto for copies. (However, copies made from the auto-document feeder are not perfectly centered on the page, a minor annoyance.) I haven't tried it for incoming faxes, but for outgoing faxes it usually works just fine. One idiosyncracy is that the fax operation is completely silent. Every other machine I've used had a little speaker that let you monitor the dialing and transmission, so it's weird that the fax on this machine is silent. Finally, the price is decent for a machine with all these features.

Nonetheless, I recommend you look elsewhere. The main reason is that the build quality of the Canon MF5550 is mediocre. It looks great in the store, but get it home and it just feels cheaply built. I was really afraid that mine wouldn't last more than a year. The other problem is that printing envelopes (or anything on non-standard paper) is confusing, awkward, and time-consuming.

I've read elsewhere that Canon outsourced the design and manufacture of this particular model to save costs. I believe it. The Canon MF5550 is not of the same quality as other Canon machines I've used or owned.

4-0 out of 5 stars Unfairly Maligned
I purchsed this machine because of the relatively low price after rebate - it was a replacement for a HP OfficeJet v40 that kept having problems.

The other reviews make a valid point - printing single envelopes is a stupid, time consuming process. Aside from that, this is an excellent machine. It makes excellent copies, scans, and faxes, and it is lightning fast.

I use the machine as a fax machine on a dedicated line, and to print large quantities of handouts for my athletic club - this saves me costs for printing and copying that I used to take to the office supply store or the professional printer. Now I only need them to make 2 part forms and color advertisements. The laser printer function alone was worth the purchase price, and the scanner, fax and copy functions all work well. It does what I need it to do, it does it quickly, quietly, and cheaply (only one toner consumable, much cheaper than anything inkjet).

1-0 out of 5 stars Do not buy this one
1) Misses some incoming faxes! (There is really no need to read further, is there?)We are still attempting to determine what causes this, but it is none of the usual suspects, and Canon has such great suggestions as check the telephone line.
2) We bought this unit because of the feature set and and the excellent scan/print quality, but the negatives of the small, shoddy paper tray outweigh these.
3) No Sound. There is no keyboard sound feedback, no ring (without connecting a separate phone or answering machine), no beeps, nothing. It is surprising how important sound feedback is on a fax machine.
4) There are vertical lines which appear on faxes, scans and copies after several weeks. This is a recurring problem that is easily solved by hard cleaning the automatic document feeder, but this unit seems to be especially prone to this -- so much so that Canon has a sticker on the machine that tells you how to solve the problem.
5) Sorry, Canon, but this machine is not a good choice for any use at any price.

1-0 out of 5 stars Should not be in production -- major paper handling problems
I had been looking at multi-function devices (MFDs) for a little over one year. One of the things that delayed my purchase is that the all-in-one machines are usually a generation or two behind in technology. The Canon imageCLASS MF5550 is able to print-copy-scan-fax, with an automatic document feeder (ADF) and a glass platen for laying objects flat for scanning and copying. Because this Canon was also the first MFD with USB 2.0, I bought it for my solo law firm. This unit also looked more graceful than other Canon or Brother models. I have owned this unit for three months. I paid $450 plus tax from Office Depot. The manager agreed to come close to available online prices.

While this unit does some functions very well, it does other basic functions very poorly, and I do not recommend it. Although you are buying the Canon name, they actually outsourced the design of this model, and the design company has taken the position that if there is some way to get a function to work, no matter how convoluted, then the printer does what it claims to do.

* CONS *

ENVELOPE PRINTING is the main reason to stay away from this MFD. It will not allow you to print an envelope unless you change the paper sizes for both the copier (7 steps) and Windows (6 steps). And there are 2 pop-up Windows error messages if your Word document has an envelope on one page and a letter on another. These 2 errors show up again when you change the Windows settings back. There are also 2 more error messages when you actually hit the print button to print the envelope only. So you have 6 error messages that require a keystroke or mouse click. Then you have to change both the copier and Windows settings back again to print a non-envelope. That is a grand total of 34 EXTRA keystrokes or mouse clicks. I did not count the basic keystrokes or mouse clicks when you select the Word print button and go through the Word pop-up dialog box. Make sure you only print the envelope page, or otherwise on your letter-size page will only be printed with an envelope-width-size strip of text down the middle.

With my old HP 4P printer, the Word print pop-up dialog was the only step required to print envelopes and letters. The HP automatically waited for me to feed an envelope in the manual paper feeder for any pages that were not letter size, and then printed the rest of the letter-size pages in the same print job. One of the less senior (but know-it-all) Canon reps claimed that the problem was with Windows, even though the old HP did just fine and the Canon was a nightmare under the same OS. One of the more senior Canon reps said that problem was built-in to the printer, and a driver update will not fix the above issues.

The MFD documentation claims you need insert the envelope into the manual feeder with the stamp-end first. However, Word will print the envelope upside-down. The MFD manual claims that the printer will jam if you put the return-address side in first, but mine has never jammed.

On the upside, the envelopes do come out okay without using the back door to make them go straight out the back instead of coming out the front.

ODD PAPER SIZES - this Canon only handles the preset paper sizes specified in its driver, so you cannot use this printer to address Christmas card envelopes or certified mail receipts. Using the manual feeder is not a work around. The Canon locks up, and you either have to open the toner cartridge door or unplug the machine to get it to reset. My old HP printer works fine with all Windows (98SE, XP Pro), and will automatically default to the manual paper feeder if I am not printing a page that is the default paper tray size. The HP won't give me an error, no matter what paper I put in the manual feeder.

ENLARGE/REDUCE - automatic or manual 50-200%; but unfortunately you cannot zoom pages that come through the ADF. Also, the glass platen cannot see past letter-size 11", even though it is about one inch longer than that. Thus, you cannot copy anything longer than 11" with either the ADF or laying a page on the glass platen. If you had a document or image on your hard drive that was legal size, you could probably print it - or maybe the ADF plus the manual feeder would allow you to copy legal size (I have not tried either).

INK/TONER CARTRIDGE is combined; but cartridge is too small (2,500 printouts) and expensive at $80.00. That's where companies make their money these days. HP, Lexmark and probably even Canon use proprietary codes to prevent third parties from making generic cartridges. I have not seen a non-Canon X25 cartridge available anywhere, and only a few drill-and-refills are available on ebay.

EXPOSURE - images appear too dark when printing or copying.

"2 ON 1" COPYING - the manual states that you can copy on both sides of a page, but the errata (i.e., correction) sheet confirms that the machine really cannot.

FAXING requires that you use a shorter telephone line (I wanted to use 25 feet), or you will have trouble sending and receiving.

THE PAPER TRAY really is too small for 250 sheets, so expect to break your 500-sheet pack in three parts (this means more refilling and running out of paper in the middle of a job).

THE ENERGY-SAVER LIGHT is a surprisingly strong nightlight for its small size (well, I mentioned everything else - I might as well include it all).

WARRANTY - one year is too short. Real (i.e., non-outsourced) Canons carry a three-year warranty.

* PROS *

PRINT AND COPY QUALITY is excellent, and you cannot tell the difference between the original and the copy. It is every bit 600x600 dpi printing.

AUTOMATIC DOCUMENT FEEDER - I had no problem with misfed pages; it claims to handle 50 pages.

COPY AND PRINT SPEEDS are very fast - it spits one page out and prints the next right away.

COVER - stays up with no balance problem; it can be raised about 1 inch when closed. You need to keep it down when copying small papers like receipts and checks, because it will waste a bunch of black toner printing in the empty areas without the cover closed. The cover provides a white background.

COLLATE function works well.

FAX - You can store often-used fax numbers, and the fax documentation says it recognizes "distinctive ring" from the phone company.

LACK OF NOISE - It is completely silent quiet when in energy-saver mode or in standby after an operation. There is no on/off button on the Canon. My HP was very noisy when it was turned on and even louder when printing. When the Canon is working, it is also less noisy than the HP.

SCAN SPEED - The scans are much faster than my old parallel-port, dedicated scanner, and the supplied word-recognition programs (OmniPage and PageManager) do a decent job. One of the programs defaults to .bmp images for image scanning, which take up a lot more room than a .jpg. You cannot change the default.

CANON CUSTOMER SUPPORT does actually answer their phone, and the three senior reps, Bill (who helped me), Josh and Steve will spend time with you explaining why this machine is a piece of junk. ... Read more


10. Canon PC140 Personal Copier
list price: $345.00
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Asin: B00011KI3W
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 7572
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Features

  • Compact desktop design
  • Simple single-cartridge system
  • Up to 4 copies per minute, up to letter-size
  • Instant warm-up, no waiting
  • 50-sheet paper tray; auto shut-off

11. Canon ImageClass D780 Personal Digital Copier, Printer, Fax

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Asin: B0000TNZIK
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 16687
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon imageCLASS D780 is a heavy-duty multi-purpose solution designed for the everyday needs of any small to medium-sized businesses or workgroups. This digital laser copier offers 16 cpm copying at 1,200 x 600 dpi, as well as 16 ppm printing and fax functionality.

Canon's specialty is copy technology, so that's where the D780's strength lies. It offers strong copier performance with features such as 50 to 200% zooming (in 1% increments), pre-set reduction and enlargement, memory collation, two-on-one copying, and switchable toner saver operation. Diverse paper handling offers three choices--a 500-sheet front-loading cassette for everyday use, a 100-sheet multi-purpose tray for specialty projects, and a 30-sheet document feeder for custom media and individual jobs.

The D780 lets you print directly from your PC, offering both USB and parallel interfaces (optional networking available). Print features include 2 MB of print memory, up to 16 ppm print speeds, and resolutions of up to 2,400 x 600 dpi. Fax features include a built-in 33.6 kbps fax modem with 3 seconds per page transmission speed, up to 225 page transmission memory, up to 406 x 392 dpi fax resolution, 12 speed dials, 100 coded speed dials, and more.

The imageCLASS D780 operates on a single cartridge (a starter cartridge is included) and comes backed by a three-year warranty.

What's in the Box
Canon imageCLASSD780 with 500-sheet cassette, 100-sheet multipurpose tray, 30-sheet auto document feeder, setup instructions, user guide, power cord, CAPT Printer Driver For Windows, L starter cartridge, warranty information ... Read more

Features

  • Heavy-duty digital office copier with print and fax functions
  • 16 cpm copying at 1,200 x 600 dpi; 9.5 MB copy memory
  • Up to 16 ppm printing, up to 2,400 x 600 dpi; 2 MB printer memory
  • 33.6 kbps fax with 225 page transmission memory
  • Optional networking; PC compatible; 3-year warranty

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Canon ImageClass D780 MF PDC
Fast,acurate, options, network able, clean, efficient and a low cost basis for what you get is great.

This machine works better than expected pop in the full and complete cartridge and plug it in thats it =+.

Cost comparison works . We read it here and then did it.

Try it.

Only one major problem occured and nopt with the machine. It was with the firm of Canon. They never returned our calls.

Maybe not being an American firm they may have felt they did not have to return calls or eMails.

They do not even have a Toll Call to us either... ... Read more


12. Canon iC D680 imageClass Copier
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B0000780AM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 21160
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Amazon.com Product Description

The Canon imageCLASS D680 digital copier, printer, and fax is designed for businesses needing a robust multifunction copier with maintenance-free performance. Its L50 cartridge, which ships with the product, yields approximately 5,000 black-and-white copies at five percent density, for an economical $0.30 per copy. A 30-sheet automatic document feeder can accept originals up to legal size and reproduce letter-size documents at 13 copies per minute (cpm) and legal-size documents at 10 cpm.

For speed and convenience, Canon has incorporated into the imageCLASS D680 a Super G3 fax with a maximum modem speed of 33.6K, which can transmit a single page in as few as three seconds. The imageCLASS D680 can handle up to 255 pages in memory for faxing and uses Canon's Ultra High Quality image-enhancement technology to ensure images are scanned accurately. Maximum fax resolution, in ultra-fine mode, is 406 x 392 dpi. Additional fax features include 12 one-touch speed dials, 100 coded speed dials, group dialing, and directory dialing.

The iC D680 is backed by a three-year warranty (limited parts and labor) with free onsite service for the first year. ... Read more

Features

  • Prints and copies up to 13 ppm
  • Faxes up to 3 seconds per page
  • Sharp laser printing with up to 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Parallel and USB interfaces
  • 3-year warranty, 1-year onsite service

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Don't even think about networking it
The positive: I wanted an "industrial strength" printer/copier/fax for my home which has a PC network and some heavy users. As a STANDALONE, or attached to ONE PC, this is every bit the product advertised.

HOWEVER, the Canon IC D680 is not compatible with the print servers that come built into home networking hardware. You have to buy another $170 proprietary print server from Axis. I did, and regret it. The Canon/Axis combo is HIGHLY UNSTABLE on my network, especially when interfacing with Windows XP PCs. It usually works for a few documents and then fails. Failure requires a server reset, and often a complete DRIVER REINSTALL on the offending PC (2 CDs and 2 reboots!). It's a nightmare, and Canon tech support (which isn't available nights or weekends) has no idea what's wrong. I've been back and forth with them half a dozen times, including several multi-hour calls, and 2 months into ownership can't get it working.

Don't go here, it's miserable.

5-0 out of 5 stars great so far
I have only owned this a very short while but I love it so far, makes business alot easier and is a very quiet running machine.
If you are running a small business, you cannot go wrong with this.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wow, what a machine!
Canon did a beautiful job making this unit and it's especially nice to be able to consolidate my printer, fax machine and copier all into one unit. There's a lot less clutter in my home office now where space is at a premium.

I've had 2 Canon copiers prior to this D680 and have been impressed with their reliability. In this unit you have the drum and toner in one cartridge which is really nice. Additionally the fax is F A S T.

The only thing I would change if I were Canon would be to incorporate a 'scanner' in it so I could get rid of one more component on my desk.

Update 2/23/03:
I've had this unit for a couple of months now and am still impressed with it. I have no regrets about buying it. It's a great machine at a very reasonable price. ... Read more


13. Canon PC980 Personal Copier
list price: $799.99
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Asin: B00000K313
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 17758
Average Customer Review: 1 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Single cartridge system yields approximately 4,000 copies
  • Prints up to 13 copies per minute
  • 500-sheet, front-loading paper cassette
  • 30-sheet automatic document feeder
  • Zero warmup time and automatic shutoff

Reviews (1)

1-0 out of 5 stars Stay away from this turkey!!!!!!
Purchased one in Feb, 2002 - since that time it has gone to 2 repair centers, in the last 7 weeks I have had 4 replacement "refurbished" copiers. None has been able to do more than ONE copy at a time. So much for their "30 page automatic feed". Canon will do nothing more than continue to send out another turkey with the same problem. With 9 months still left on the warranty, I am buying a Brother copier. No more Canon products for me! ... Read more


14. Canon PC425 Personal Copier
list price: $149.99
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Asin: B00005AFIM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 22207
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Portable printer
  • Copies in a choice of five colors, simply by changing the cartridge
  • No warm-up required, automatic shut-off
  • Produces 4 cpm
  • Handles a wide range of media

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Beautiful design, solid engineering
What a joy to own this copier! I just bought it, and making photocopies is no longer a time-consuming errand, it's a quick and simple in-office activity. The aspect I like best is the ability to make copies from books and other "three dimensional objects". It has no warm-up period, which means that Type-A people like me get instant results. The energy-saving auto-off feature turns the copier off automatically if it's been unused for 5 minutes. The laser output is crisp and more than adequate for making readable backup copies. It doesn't have any "fancy" features, such as zoom, collation, etc., but on the other hand I don't need those features. Moreover, the PC425 is compact (the trays fold up to free up surface space when the unit isn't being used), it's relatively lightweight (18 lbs), it comes with a built-in retractable carrying handle, and it appears to be solidly constructed. The copy speed of 4 ppm is sufficient for low-volume, occasional copying needs. The reproduction size is limited to 8.5 x 11, but I can't think of the last time I needed to make a legal-sized copy. I feel as though the PC425 was designed with my exact needs in mind! I give it 5 stars, which assumes it will provide years of trouble-free operation.

PURCHASING NOTE: Canon appears to have discontinued the PC425 and replaced it with the (otherwise identical?) PC428,... Even so, I think the PC425 (or by extension, PC428) is well worth the price, even at retail price. If you need to copy onto legal-sized paper, get the more expensive PC430.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great home copier!
If you aren't looking for a volume printer, just one to make those misc copies at home, this printer fits the bill. I previously owned a Xerox personal copier that I had for many years and it died, and I figured that it would cost more to fix it than to just purchase a new one. Once you have a copier at home you can't do without, so I did quite an extensive search on the internet, and this was the cheapest that I found. The nicest feature is that you can turn it on and instantly make copies, because you don't have to wait for it to warmup....that's great for those single copies you want to quickly make on the run. I also like being able to make copies from books, which you can't make from your fax machine. The kids copy their chapters for homework and use those copies to travel with on weekends instead of dragging their entire load of books along. For ..., this printer is worth it. I have not had any problems with it so far. ... Read more


15. Canon PC1080F Personal Copier
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00005S7UZ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 18684
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Amazon.com Product Description

The new PC1080F desktop copier and fax offers an innovative fusing system that delivers high-quality copies with no warm-up time and no waiting. A main cassette holds 500 sheets, plus a 100-sheet bypass tray reduces refilling for continuous copying. The 30-page automatic document feeder speeds your copy or fax progress.

The legal-size platen accommodates books and three-dimensional objects up to 4.4 lbs. Reproduce at 13 cpm in resolutions of 600 x 600 dpi. Digital technology delivers a scaled range of 50 percent reduction to 200 percent enlargement and presets 50 percent, 64 percent, 78 percent, or 129 percent and 200 percent.Two-on-one copy mode reproduces two original documents on one page. Make multiple copies to 99. Set the quality from automatic to manual, photo mode, and toner saver. The cartridge yields approximately 5,000 copies.

Fax documents from platen glass, from the ADF, or from the 79-page memory. The fax modem (14.4 KBps) provides up to 400 dpi. Programmable with an LCD display of two lines of 20 characters: use 12 one-touch dialing, 100 coded speed dials, 111 group dialing. Also available are regular dialing, auto-redial, and manual redialing. For networking, the unit supports sequential broadcasting, automatic reception, remote reception, and automatic fax/telephone switchover. You can select a distinctive ring or nonring.

The PC1080F is supported by a three-year warranty (limited parts and labor) and free onsite service for the first year. ... Read more

Features

  • Personal desktop copier with fax capabilities
  • Quick 13 cpm printing
  • 100 coded speed dials, 12 one-touch buttons
  • Large-capacity paper tray, built-in auto document feeder
  • Energy Star compliant

16. Canon imageClass D660 Digital Copier
list price: $699.99
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Asin: B00006LHKM
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 22416
Average Customer Review: 4 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Prints and copies up to 600 x 600 dpi, 13 copies per minute
  • 500-sheet cassette plus 100-sheet multi-purpose tray
  • Simple operation; integrated drum, development unit, and toner
  • Parallel and USB interfaces for PC printing
  • 3-year warranty with 1 year of onsite service

Reviews (3)

2-0 out of 5 stars Canon D661
Ipurchased this copier March 2003, and have benn frustrated by the paper jamming consistently in the machine. I have been using Xerox 20 Lb paper and cannot print more than 50 copies without the machine jamming.I would not suggest this product for anyone that wanrs a reliable copier. It is extremelely frustating to keep puuling out the jammed pages and restart again.I print only 200 to 300 copies a month. The white pages I use are Georgia-Pacific Multi System Paper.

5-0 out of 5 stars The winner is... the Canon
I reasearch things for a living and I have to tell you, the information available for these multifunctions is weak and misleading. So, I thought after my purchase I would chime in.

At first glance, the HP 3300/3330 series seems to give you the most bang for your buck -- (1200x1200 dpi vs. the Canon 600x600), sort of good looking, includes a scanner, etc... But it wasn't intil I got my hands on them and compared them side by side that a clear winner was revealed.

The Canon is far superior -- period. The Sharp and Brother versions may be fine machines, but there was no way to tell, as I had trouble either finding them or working them in the store (not a good sign). The HP version is noisy, and the feeder created a crooked copy everytime. Also, I was scared off by tales of poor software and margin issues. What put me over the edge was the ... ONE YEAR warranty.

The Canon was much more solid, much higher in quality, and much, much, more quiet. The text this fella prints is top notch. Also, it comes with a THREE year warranty and the first year is ONSITE! Also, the toner is the L50 cartidge -- Expensive, but is good (they say) for 5000 copies and has the drum/developer/toner in one unit. Basically the parts that have trouble are in the replaceable toner cartridge.

The bad news: You'll need to buy a printer cable if you don't have one. And the only other drawback is that there is no on/off button, only an energy saver mode that is like a "sleep" -- to solve this problem I am putting mine on a power strip that I can turn off.

Ultimately, get your hands on one and I am sure you will agree Canon beats HP.

5-0 out of 5 stars Full XP compatibility in a flash!
Make sure you have USB 2.0 interface; the "old" 1.4 from six months ago can't handle it. Setup is a breeze, even for XP-os (the printed instructions are so good that they tell you the error message Windows will give you in advance, and give you the simple cure in the next sentence!) Absolutely crisp copying and printing (b&w only)that will have you kicking yourself for putting up with that old inkjet for so long--just let the old splatter painter do your color jobs, and never refill another ink cartridge again. ... Read more


17. Canon imageCLASS 2200 Copier

Asin: B00009YUNY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
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18. Canon D340 Digital Copier and Laser Printer

Asin: B00008IOQS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 31492
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Features

  • Up to 15 copies per minute letter, 12.5 cpm legal; and 15 ppm printing
  • 50 to 200 percent reduction/enlargement in 1-percent increments
  • 250-sheet paper cassette, 50-sheet automatic document feeder
  • Simple, single-cartridge system; fast 1-second warmup time
  • USB interface; PC compatible

19. Canon PC745 Personal Copier
list price: $503.61
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Asin: B00000JFKS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 56544
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Features

  • Canon's patented Single Cartridge System
  • High capacity 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette for big copying jobs
  • 10 copies per minute copying speed
  • Zoom ratios between 70 to 141 percent, copies up to legal-size documents
  • Three-year warranty (limited parts and labor) with free on-site service for 12 months

20. Canon PC920 Personal Copier
list price: $399.99
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Asin: B00000K30Z
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 31657
Average Customer Review: 5 out of 5 stars
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Features

  • Patented single-cartridge system contains toner, drum, and development unit
  • 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette, plus single-sheet manual bypass
  • RAPID Fusing system delivers high-quality copies instantly with no warm-up time
  • 10 copies per minute for letters, 9 for legal size
  • Easy setup

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5-0 out of 5 stars AWESOME MACHINE
This machine is so fast and copies at such a high quality, I recommend it to anyone who is looking for a personal copier. This is a GREAT machine. ... Read more


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