Canon imageCLASS D1120 Laser Multifunction Copier (3478B001AA)
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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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Top Customer Reviews
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.
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.
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.
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).
Most Recent Customer Reviews
I bought this copier for my middle school classroom because the school provides a miserly number of copies each month. I was skeptical...Would it be dependable? Read morePublished 11 months ago by "In the Middle" teacher
Broke almost immediately. Then I read review off cannon and learned it was a bad model over-all.Published 15 months ago by Marc G.
In my office environment we used to spend thousands of dollars a year for maintenance and service contracts for copiers. Read morePublished 23 months ago by BP
If you wish to have an efficient printer, this is not the way to go. You will waste tons of time rearranging printouts, as the default appears to be last page first. Read morePublished on May 20, 2013 by Joel Kraemer
Great copier - works well and makes great copies.
Toner is expensive - Second paper tray is available and also expensive
This is a good choice for us; we've used it at the church for three years with no hassle. Of course, lately, there has been a tendency for it to register a paper jam, when there... Read morePublished on February 20, 2013 by Myrna Moore