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Canon MF5750 ImageCLASS Multifunction Laser Printer, Copier, Fax, Scanner

by Canon

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  • 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

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Product Details

  • Shipping Weight: 32 pounds
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B0007VPGLK
  • Item model number: MF5750
  • Average Customer Review: 2.7 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (15 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: February 22, 2005

Product Description

Product Description

Canon MF5750 ImageCLASS Multifunction Laser Printer, Copier, Fax, Scanner

From the Manufacturer

Print, 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 (maximum; actual speed will vary). And when faxing or PC faxing, documents will be transmitted through its Super G3 modem at up to 33.6 Kbps.

Features:

  • Fast 21 cpm/ppm laser output
  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi CCD color scanning
  • 33.6 Kbps Super G3 Fax
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed for optimal performance
  • 50-sheet automatic document feeder
  • 250-sheet front-loading paper cassette
  • Single Cartridge System

When scanning documents, you will achieve remarkable tone-on-tone clarity with 1,200 x 2,400 dpi 48-bit(internal, 24-bit output) CCD color scanning. Overall, your imageCLASS MF5750 will complete projects quicker with the USB 2.0 Hi-Speed interface. It will assist you with your business needs, and if sharing its productivity is a requirement, an optional print server is supported.

What's in the Box
iC MF5750 machine, X25 cartridge, USB cable, cassette extension, extension cover, destination labels, power cord, telephone cable, documentation kit, software CD-ROM ; USB cable not included

Customer Reviews

It's a hunk of garbage.
Smack
If it doesn't grab correctly the paper doesn't feed, and the printer jam alarm goes off even though there is no paper jam.
Jeff G.
Not just "no mac drivers on the included CD", but "no mac drivers exist that will cause this thing to print".
W. T. Ulrich

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

50 of 51 people found the following review helpful By Jeff G. on August 15, 2005
I bought the MF5750 because of the features, price, and my excellent experience with other Cannon products in the past (2 camcorders, a G2 camera, and an F-80 multifunction inkjet that has given flawless service in my home office with very active use). The MF5750 is ok overall, except since I got it the print has been blurry and smudged at the top of about half the pages I print. You can read the pages, but the print quality is not good enough for professional correspondence. I called Cannon customer service within a few weeks of purchase looking for help. They offered to replace the unit with a refurbrished model (!!) or direct me to a repair facility (!!). I suppose every once in a while Cannon might make a defective product - but when it doesn't work correctly right out of the box - I don't expect a refurbrished unit in return, or to wait for repairs. Instead, I am sending it back to the vendor to exchange for a new unit - hopefully I'll have better luck with this one.

Other than the print quality, the unit seems pretty good - the print speed is fast. The multifunction feed for envelopes etc. is a bit finnicky but after you get the hang of it, it works ok. Also, Cannon advises that the printer cable must be under 2 meters, and some USB hubs don't work. The 15' USB active cable/hub I tried worked once or twice but after that - no go.

I have not tried other multi-function lasers - so I really don't have anything to it compare to.

UPDATE:

I got a new MF5750 replacing the defective unit mentioned in my previous review, and wanted to provide this update after one week of use (about 100 pages printed, a couple copies - no faxing).
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tyson Stull on February 12, 2006
I really like the functionality of this particular all in one, but there are two major flaws that make it one of the most annoying pieces of equipment in my office.

The Special Paper feeder is the first. You have a base tray that will hold your standard paper, and a slot on the front for specialty paper like envelopes, checks, etc. The catch here is that you have to feed each sheet of specialty stock in one at a time, and if you put the next sheet in too early it causes a jam and the printer fails.

Number 2 on the list of annoying features is where your printed material lays after completion. If you are printing a 20 or 30 page document you better be standing right next to the printer. The completed job tray is horrible. After only a few pages are printed the pages begin to push each other out of the tray, so as each additional page comes out of the printer another is pushed out of the tray onto the floor, causing you to have to reorganize the document. This is a huge pain if the pages aren't numbered.

The fax, and scan features work great, and the quality is good.

The menu system on the unit could use some help but around the time you start to get frustrated with it you get it to do what you want.

All in all I wouldn't purchase it again, HP has a little more thought into their designs, and specifically into paper feeding and completed job trays.

That's just my 2 cents.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By JB on September 12, 2005
I'm in my 5th month with this now. I have printed probably around 1000-1500 pieces of paper, about 800 mailing labels, faxed a couple of hundred pages, and done a little photocopying. This machine has been very reliable all the way.

I am amazed that through all the faxing (always using the auto feeder), I have not had a single piece of paper jam when auto feeding. I would say - unexpectedly good.

It took a few tries to confirm, but I was happy that you can dial a fax, let it (auto feed) scan through, and immediately dial the next number and scan the next thing to fax. It saves the image and corresponding fax number in memory until the phone line is free. I have had several things in line at once this way. If one fax is busy, it will put it in memory and send the next one. Then try again for the first one. The owner's manual did not spell out that it could accomplish this, but it will.

I wasn't sure how much it could print at once without needing to stop to cool down or stop accepting jobs to clear the memory. 75 pages is about the largest thing I have tried to print. It did this without any hesitation...

The only difficulty I have had in 5 months is one paper jam. It was after printing some mailing labels on discount-brand mailing label stock. I then used a more reputable brand of mailing labels and have had no problem since, so I think it was more a symptom of putting low quality medium into it.

I did have to work with it a few times to get the hang of the manual feed for letter addressing, but I figure that would be the same for any printer. After I got it down, the output looks great!

I really like this machine, and when it someday wears out - I hope they are still making it so I can buy another one.
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20 of 22 people found the following review helpful By Dave on January 6, 2006
I bought the Canon MF5750 after researching multifunction laser printers with flatbed scanners. I had previously used a Brother but did not like having the toner separate from the drum unit. I brought the unit home, set it up, and proceded to find that the paper tray/path did not feed the paper correctly. Every sheet came out with a "dog-ear" on one corner. Tried everything to get this to work, but to no avail. I like the features of this machine and everything else seemed to work. The paper tray just seems to be a bit flimsy and not well designed or built (it comes in two pieces when shipped that you have to snap together and is all plastic). I took this machine back and exchanged it for a Brother MFC-7820N. I'm very happy with the Brother, which seems better built than the Canon (more heavy duty - metal reinforced paper tray that's all one piece) and works flawlessly. The Brother is also smaller, lighter, and less expensive. I think the Canon has the potential to be a nice printer, but take extra care with the paper tray, which can be easily damaged.
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