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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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.
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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).
Physical set up is easy. It is a pain, however, navigating through the copier's menu panel. I tried networking and printing from multiple computers. I kept getting prompted to enter an ID or password. I read the manual to see if I could avoid having to do this and didn't find the answer. The manual refers to a number of different models, so it describes features and instructions that don't apply to the D1120. This makes it much harder to find information.
I haven't used the Imageclass to scan yet. I'll be trying that feature soon.
The copier is inexpensive. I bought it through Amazon (Forrest Electronics) on sale for $366. I then went to Canon USA's official website and printed a rebate for an additional $150.00 off. The rebate check arrived within a matter of weeks. What a great buy, especially considering the price. I used to pay $115 per batch of documents at an office supply superstore. Buying the Imageclass has saved me so much money. It paid for itself after two sets of documents. I have already gone through a ream of paper and am still on the first toner cartridge. It's great!
I highly recommend the ImageClass. Every home office or small business should have one.
UPDATE: After having used this copier for about 4 years, I thought I should give you an update. This copier worked great for the first 3.5 years, then it start having issues. I had used it often. Printing large, double-sided jobs steadily. It printing fast and could handle spitting out a dozen copies of 25 page documents with no problem. I started having roller issues, which is no big surprise considering the workload. The problem was, the parts had to be ordered from Japan. Anytime something broke, it took about a month to fix because no parts were available in the US. The repairs were also rather expensive ($200+). After 3 years, the print would smudge in places and it would jam often. I had it cleaned and it worked for a bit. 4 months later, it started acting up again. I had it fixed after waiting for parts to arrive. Now 9 months later, the heat roller is disintegrating and the machine is useless. Instead of spending anymore to fix it, it is time to buy a new printer.
So, my feeling is, it is still a great printer, even thought it couldn't do envelopes without an error message. It was a reliable work horse for 3 years. If you buy one, expect to replace it in 3 or 4 years. Don't bother getting it fixed.
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And at an excellent price!