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Canon imageCLASS D1120 Laser Multifunction Copier (3478B001AA)

by Canon
47 customer reviews

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  • Black and White Laser Multifunction Copier
  • Up to 30 Pages per Minute Laser Output and First Copy Time of Approximately 8 Seconds
  • Duplex Versatility Two Sided Copying and Printing
  • 50 Sheet DADF Duplex Automatic Document Feeder/500 Sheet Cassette and 50 Sheet Multipurpose Tray
  • Built in Ethernet Port for Network Printing and USB 2.0 Hi Speed for Optimal Performance
  • 30 pages per minute laser output
  • Quick First Print copytime of only 8 seconds
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  • network-ready

Product Description

Print, Copy, Scan and Network with the Canon imageCLASS® D1120 Black & White Laser Multifunction Copier. The imageCLASS D1120 is the base model within the D1100 series. It provides robust copier features such as a large paper supply and multifunction capabilities in an easy-to-use, compact package. In today's office environment, keeping your costs low is essential for a successful business. The 50-sheet Duplex Automatic Document Feeder (DADF) allows you to copy or color scan from one or two-sided originals and produce two-sided output with ease, cutting your paper usage as much as half. The intelligent Energy Saver Mode reduces your power consumption to approximately three watts of power and the product meets Energy Star guidelines, helping you save money on energy costs. Incorporating user-friendly business tools with productivity enhancing features gives you added flexibility. Designed for ease-of-use, the D1120 provides access to the control panel, toner, and paper supply from the front of the machine. There is no need to reach around to locate your prints or to change the consumable. The smart paper handling of the D1120 lets you fit up to 1,050 sheets of paper (including the optional 500-sheet cassette) of all different sizes and types, up to legal size. The D1120 also incorporates the Canon Single Cartridge System, which combines the toner and drum in one easy-to-replace unit, resulting in excellent image quality retention and eliminating the complication and warehousing of separate toner and drum consumables. The Canon imageCLASS D1120 provides convenient multifunction features that consolidate all of your office machines into one durable, fast and energy-efficient networkable copier.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 18.6 x 17.7 x 18.3 inches ; 48.5 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 64.2 pounds
  • Domestic Shipping: Item can be shipped within U.S.
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  • ASIN: B001TOD3NC
  • Item model number: D1120
  • Average Customer Review: 4.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (47 customer reviews)
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  • Date first available at June 21, 2007
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64 of 70 people found the following review helpful By pingufreddy on August 16, 2010
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I bought two of these machines for use at my office and at home. I specifically needed a networkable printer so that my kids could print homework from their laptops and other desktops could use the printer. What Canon hides extremely well is that this model does NOT scan to or from a network: it prints on a network but it will not scan on one. So, if you set this up to allow printing by several machines no-one can scan to it or from it; the scanner is just disabled. The scanner will only work when the machine is connected to one (and one only)computer. So, you can scan/print to one machine or print on a network but not both. It is almost beyond comprehension to me that a reputable company like Canon would do something this stupid. Save the box because you won't know about the limitations of this printer until you have installed the drivers and set the whole thing up. Otherwise the printer appears solid and the software short and well designed.
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31 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Sound Diva on July 29, 2010
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I'm very disappointed in this machine. If you only need a printer/copier or have it directly attached to your computer with a usb cable then it presumably works as advertised. It prints envelopes easily and was simple to set up until I tried to scan something.

In my effort to go as paperless as possible, several weeks after the printer arrived, I went to scan something. It didn't work and the instruction manual was not clear at all. I called Canon and was told that this machine was the "bottom of the line" and did not have the capability I asked for. If I wanted to scan from a network (I do only because the physical distance between my computer and the printer means using an ethernet cable rather than usb to connect) I should have bought one of the other higher end models.

I may have missed something but I don't see that important information anywhere in the product description or on the packaging that it arrived in.

The tech suggested that I put my computer on a cart and wheel it over to the printer when I wanted to scan. REALLY! After some time on the phone and several levels of support I was offered a print buffer device that once installed will allow me to scan but only if I use a pc. Of course I mainly use a mac. I can't say if the device works because I have not yet been able to get the installation instructions and set it up. I had to hang up after extended hold times waiting for a Canon rep.
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45 of 54 people found the following review helpful By pupute on May 1, 2009
Canon imageCLASS D1120 Laser Multifunction Copier (3478B001AA)
We used older Canon model for about 6 years and were very happy with its performance. Then the top scanner broke, so we looked for a newer model from Canon - it suits perfectly a small private practice. It scans, copies, faxes, interacts with networks, you name it... Now if only more retailers had ink supply, that would be the end of the problems. Yes, the ink is expensive, but check the load -number of copies it can produce! It's worth all of it. So if you're looking for a reliable multitasking office copier, don't go any further. I strongly recommend. Oh, by the way, we're still using the old machine - for printing jobs only.
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By jonesy739 on January 11, 2011
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It scans very quickly when it works properly. The automatic document feeder jams most of the time. Occasionally, the communication between computer and printer hangs up. I've also had problems with printing. It has given me a false paper jam reading on several occasions. We purchased two. Both of them have the same problems. Their support has been nonexistent. Canon has lost my confidence in their products. I will go back to HP printers. They cost more but have always worked flawlessly.
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11 of 12 people found the following review helpful By Tom C on February 14, 2010
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This machine was probably one of the easiest to set up that I have experienced. The software is intuitive, and it includes drivers for all current Windows platforms. It prints FAST- it lists a time for warm-up, but I have never experienced it- the first page comes out almost immediately after sending the job- whether machine is in standby or ready state.

The web-based User Interface is good, allowing you to set departmental log-ins if desired.

The only things I cannot comment on are 1. The tonor consumption- we are still on the starter tonor. 2. Scanning- we rarely have need for this feature, and we haven't tested it yet- I'm sure it will be more than adequate for our needs.
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7 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Amy S. Wallace on October 28, 2010
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I purchased this printer to replace my 10+ year old Brother DCP 1200. So far, I love it. It wakes up quickly, prints quickly, and set up was easy. I've only printed and copied, so I can't speak for the scanner or fax yet.

I compaired a monochrome print with one from my Canon Pixma (not a laser - it's the one I usually use to print in color) and the Pixma was richer, but I haven't experimented with any of the print settings yet.

I was originally looking for a color laser printer, and ultimately decided to use my Cannon Pixma for color (since I rarely print in color)and get a monochrome laser (which is more cost effective for printing). In researching printers, I found that the majority of color lasers use up color even if you print in monochrome, and they require replacing the color cartridges even if you are trying to print in monochrome.

All I can do is compare it to the laser printer I had (Brother) and I would say I'm way happier with this printer than I ever was with the Brother (it's faster, quieter, and "wakes up" quicker - plus, my lights don't dim when I use it!).

I'm using it as a "network" printer and have one desktop and 4 laptops using it as a default. So far, so good.

The only reason I'm not giving it a "5" is because I haven't had it long enough and haven't tried all the functions yet.

The only negative input I have is that the quick set up neglects to illustrate that you have to remove the orange ring from the toner/drum cartridge. I kept getting a "reset toner" message and finally figured out what the problem was (the orange ring is attached to a ribbon which has to be removed before use).
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