Best Color Laser On the Market
This Laser printer by Canon is awesome. It is fast, quiet, has energy saver on it which is a plus. I can take 2 separate sheets that is printed on one side and put them into the laser printer and have them print both pages on 1 sheet front and back to save paper. I love that option. The cartridges are easy to replace. And was easier to setup than I thought. I did not use the disks included, I went to the website and choose the latest drivers, for my iMac I use.
Wow! Magnificent color at a great price!
Finally decided to upgrade to laser color for my small business. Very important I had excellent quality color for presentations and creating brochures. Wow, this little guy fit the bill perfectly, my only issues is once I put in on the wifi, now everyone wants to use because of the beautiful color quality. I fixed that issue, but just setting it up as a local printer to my laptop with USB connection. Still learning some of the features, but super impressed.
Works pretty well, but toner is HIGH!
This is my first Laser Printer and I love it! I don't know why I waited so long to get one, they are so much better than the Ink Jets. The colors are true and very vivid, and the Printer is so efficient. Canon makes great products, and I am so satisfied with this Printer. So if you are tired of changing out Ink Cartridges get yourself a Laser Printer....Make it a Canon!!! ALC
Easy to install
This is a good, down to earth office colour laser, producing good quality print at reasonable cost. It's not quite as fast as Canon would have you think, but you won't be waiting long for most print jobs. Duplex colour print is unusual in this class of machine and is a cost-cutting bonus.
The Canon i-SENSYS MF8080Cw's lack of automatic duplexing, its weak grayscale graphics, and its frustratingly long delay in producing the first page of any print job are good reasons to check the competition for a better deal. But most MFPs in this price range aren't clearly better: The Dell 1355cnw is faster but has much more expensive toner, while the HP Laserjet Pro CM1415fnw is a little slower and its consumables are a little costlier.
Good output quality
The Canon ImageClass MF8080Cw's lack of automatic duplexing, its pricey toner, its weak grayscale graphics, and its frustratingly long delay in producing the first page of any print job are good reasons to check the competition for a better deal. But most MFPs in this price range aren't clearly better: The Dell 1355cnw is faster but has much more expensive toner, while the HP Laserjet Pro CM1415fnw is a little slower and its consumables are a little costlier.
Dedicated scan destinations
If your main requirement from a small or home office multifunction is print quality, you won't get much better than the Canon i-SENSYS MF8080Cw. Unfortunately, most people need to balance print quality against speed and paper handling. It's in these areas that this machine falls down, through design decisions which range from the unfortunate to the plain silly.
Color & Black copying and printing
With the wealth of entry level printer options available, the Canon PIXMA MP250 isn't able to rise above them all, but it does give you the basic functions you need. If you are cautious about making sure your printer looks after the environment and are willing to spend a little more replacing the whole color cartridge each time, the MP250 is fairly good value.
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