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Canon Lasers Color imageCLASS MF8380Cdw Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (5120B001AA)

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  • Print speeds up to 21 ppm
  • Scan documents to USB drive
  • Includes Wi-Fi support
  • ID Card Copy Feature
  • Uses 4 Single Cartridge Toners with Drum included
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Technical Details

  • wireless
  • color
  • Copying
  • scanning
  • Fax

Product Description

The Canon Color imageCLASS MF8380Cdw is a fast and versatile 2-sided capable color laser printer, copier, fax, and scanner.

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 19.2 x 17 x 18.9 inches ; 68.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 83.2 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B005L39H9G
  • Item model number: 5120B001AA
  • Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (117 customer reviews)
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  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: July 25, 2011

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Customer Reviews

The wireless configuration is easy to set up.
DonR
The Printer is great overall and would recommend this unit to anyone.
P. Arnold
Will never buy another printer with the name Cannon on it.
Robin Tyner

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130 of 131 people found the following review helpful By C. Ferguson on December 3, 2011
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I have actually found a QUALITY product that has not crapped out on me within days of purchase. I cannot speak for everyone but, here is my review:
I have been searching for 2 years ( consumer reports, product updates,friends, businesses etc) to find a wireless color printer that can do what I need and canon came thru with flying colors! The best feature is the wireless faxing. Canon customer support if amazing...fast and took care of a simple issue ( which was operator error not the unit) in minutes...good bye HP...no more ink jet!
Super quiet and faster printing than what they stated. The quality of my printing is superior! NO skipped prints even on copies...this baby does not miss a beat.
I put 55 pages in to copy...all pages came out in order and perfect...scanner: I scan reciepts into this unit it has not turned or grabbed the thin flimsy receipt like other scanners do...then I tried 60 multiple sizes at one time...still did not skip a beat and all were straight and exactly what I put into the top loader. Fax: sends in color if recipient accepts and fast...no timeout errors like my HP and other units I have tried over the years.

I just do not know what else I can say about this unit...I love it and for those of you who are tired of the costly ink jet...welcome to the new world! The replacements are a bit pricey but Amazon took care of that, I found a seller who was competative and free shipping thru amazon...so I bought extras and am ready to roll for my next ???? copies etc.
The laser cartridges last a heck of a lot longer than stated...my original factory installed starters gave me over 2500 b & w, and over 1800 color...I honestly think there is more ink left to go on printing.
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87 of 87 people found the following review helpful By Scott T. Dupuie on December 14, 2011
I originally bought the Brother MFC-9970CDW but was unhappy with the print quality and numerous other issues (see my review of the Brother). Before returning the Brother I purchased a Canon MF8380CDW. I did side by side comparisons of the print quality and there is no doubt the Canon produces much better output. I did have to tweak one setting in the printer driver to get the best result (under the Quality section, set Halftones to Resolution), but this was only to improve light gray scale reproduction. The clarity of text and images is much better than the Brother regardless of the driver settings. The Canon is also a bit smaller, quieter, and doesn't flicker the lights in my office like the Brother did. I have not had any jams with the Canon, but I haven't printed envelopes with it yet. The only weakness of the Canon compared to the brother is the user interface. The Brother's user interface is definitely better, but I was able to get the Canon up and running without difficulty. I'm happy with the Canon.

One reviewer complained about the black text being a little light. I agree. However, you can fix this in the printer driver (on a Mac, anyway) by going into the quality settings, select advanced, and move the Black slider to darken it up (I went to +3). Combined with the halftone setting I mentioned above, I am now getting very excellent quality output from this unit. Prior to these tweaks, it was still much better than the Brother. I knocked off one star for the obtuse user interface.
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66 of 68 people found the following review helpful By Intelligent Shopper on November 24, 2011
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does color and B/W, 2 sided works great, fits in small places, I have connected to my router thru wire but works great w wifi too. used both for XP and 64 bit windows 7. Works better w 64 bits windows 7 for me. Can copy 2 sides. Very easy setup. not too noisy, great energy saver mode, print speeds ok, the paper tray contained within unit and not sticking out. Sits under my PC table. Feel free to ask anything, bought for 499.
Please be careful how you connect to your router. You can use wire or wifi but DONT use both, otherwise the printer would stop working.
Also it doesnt have a email link to send to printer, so if you are looking for e print, canon is still behind.

Update after 7 months: The scanner works great, gives color PDF's or Jpegs that looks good. Legal is the max size you can scan. You can scan from PC or printer. I found scanning from PC faster. You can scan multiple pages at the same time through the top feeder. I think you can scan 2 sided copies as well. You can scan two sides on to the same PDF. Instead of having two PDF's now you will have one PDF with two pages. Again you dont need to be connected to the scanner, images just pop up on the connected or specified PC. I love this printer but is missing cloud printing. Since Canon recently introduced cloud printing, I am hoping this would get update.
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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By S Beals on August 17, 2012
Just to give you an idea of the speed, Printing 200 copies of the same page, both color and black takes 10 minutes 5 seconds from the time I hit the print button. This was the same regardless of whether I printed in regular quality, graphics, photo, or even CADD mode. It is a true 20ppm speed at that quantity, and that's including the 20 or so seconds it takes for the first print.

As to the sheet feeder, I have printed both from the main drawer and from the multipurpose tray. I have printed on standard 20 lb paper, heavier 24 lb paper, and avery labels that say they are equal to 42 or 52 lb, as well as already printed on paper that was folded into quarters. Nothing has jammed the machine except for the 2 very WORST sheets of the used, printed on, folded paper. But almost all of that (over 100 sheets) fed without problems, and the great thing, they came out nice and smooth because the heat just ironed them flat.

Today while printing, the printer gave the message that the black toner life was depleted. The great thing about Canon printers is, all you have to do is go over to the printer and select the option to keep printing anyway and select "ok". I did that, and so far have printed 200 more pages of half color, half black (all just text and tables, literally 2 colors, red, and black), and the quality of prints is just as good as the first prints from the cartridge.

I will be refilling my toner cartridges using cartridge refill kits. There is a good video on youtube that demonstrates how to do this:

I tried to put in the link, but amazon took it out. I typed refill toner canon 118 into the search box on youtube. It can also be found on the inkowl website by selecting the appropriate printer. The video is right on the product page.
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