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Canon imageCLASS MF3010 Laser Multifunction Printer (Discontinued by Manufacturer)

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  • Print and copy speeds up to 19 ppm
  • First copy and print out in under 11 seconds
  • One digit LED display for easy operation
  • The Single Cartridge System provides for virtually maintenance free operation
  • Scan documents up to 8.5 x 11 (letter) sizes and auto convert to PDF's Up to Letter
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Technical Details

  • Monochrome
  • Copying
  • scanning

Product Description

Product Description

IC MF3010 1 EA- 1 CA - 12 PL- Canon imageCLASS MF3010 Laser Multifunction Printer

From the Manufacturer

Product Description

From the Manufacturer

Laser printer, Digital Copier, and Color Scanner
The MF3010 is the perfect solution for any home or small office user looking for professional performance in a compact device. This product is versatile, efficient, and produces quality documents at a quick speed.


Canon imageCLASS MF3010 Laser Multifunction Printer

Features & Benefits

  • Print and Copy in black & white at up to 19 ppm
  • Quick First Print provides first print time of approximately 8 seconds
  • Advanced Print Modes include Booklet, Watermark, Toner Saver, Poster and Page Composer
  • Up to 9600 dpi (interpolated) color scanning quality
  • 150- sheet front loading cassette
  • ID Card Copy – easily create copies of your id cards or other small documents
  • Efficient energy saving mode; Approximately 1.2W of energy used
  • Single Cartridge System for cost efficient supplies replenishment



    Fast, Precise printing:
    Crisp black & white documents arrive in approximately 10 seconds with Canon's Quick First Print and for multiple originals up to 19 pages-per-min.


    Color Scan:
    Color scan up to 9600 dpi (interpolated) resolution, with the flexibility to save in four different file formats JPEG, TIFF, BMP and PDF.

    Single Cartridge System:
    Virtually maintenance-free system combines toner, drum and development unit in one easy to replace cartridge.

    Energy Saving Mode:
    In the Efficient Energy Saving Mode, only approximately 3W of energy is used.

    Desktop Solution:
    Designed for home/small office placement to provide convenient access to office functions you require.


    Operating System

    Windows®7 / Vista ® / XP / 2000
    Mac® OSX10.4.9 & up, Linux (print only)

    What's in the Box

  • MF3010
  • Starter Cartridge 125
  • Setup Instructions
  • Manuals
  • Power Cord
  • User Software CD-ROM
  • Registration Card
  • Warranty Card


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    Product Information

    D420 MF3010 MF4570dn
    D420 MF3010 MF4570dn
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    Item Number 2711B062 5252B001 4509B020
    Price $199 $149 $299
    Functions Print, Copy, Scan Print, Copy, Scan Print, Copy, Fax, Scan, Network
    Speed 23 ppm 19 ppm 26 ppm
    First Copy Time Out 9 sec 8 sec 9 sec
    Platen Size Letter Letter Letter
    Paper Handling 250-sheet cassette, 1-sheet mp tray 150 sheet 250-sheet cassette, 1-sheet mp tray
    Duplex Print, Copy N/A All Mode
    Product Dimensions 10.9 x 14.7 x 10 inches
    Item Weight 18.1 pounds
    Shipping Weight 23.3 pounds
    Domestic Shipping This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
    International Shipping This item is not eligible for international shipping. Learn More
    ASIN B005A09UCY
    Item model number 5252B001AA
    Customer Reviews
    4.4 out of 5 stars 330 customer reviews

    4.4 out of 5 stars
    Best Sellers Rank #279 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Printers > Laser Printers
    Date first available at Amazon.com July 25, 2011

    Warranty & Support

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    By C. Hill HALL OF FAMETOP 500 REVIEWER on November 5, 2011
    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    This Canon MF3010 Laser Printer is a good choice for students and casual home printing. Here are my observations:

    Misc -
    * Black and White Laser Printing
    * Connects to PC/MAC via USB Cable (not included), no Ethernet or Wi-Fi support

    Pros -
    + Easy Setup; installs very quickly and without any issues on my 64-bit Windows 7 laptop
    + Fast Printing; very little delay starting or between pages
    + Good Color Scanning; good image quality on scans
    + Small Footprint; fits nicely on my desk

    Cons -
    - No USB Cable Included
    - No Document Feeder; can only scan one page at a time
    - No Duplex Printing; single side printing

    The quick printing and scanner functionality makes this a good choice for my son to use for his school reports, but lack of networking prevents this from being utilized by the rest of my family. This is a good choice if you don't require color printing or more advance features such as network support or duplexing.

    Recommended, with the caveats above.

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    First I will say that this is a GREAT LOOKING little printer/scanner, I chose it because it is compact and nicely designed, and I thought an inexpensive laser printer would best fit my needs. My printer is mostly idle so inkjets dry out on me, and when I do need to print something it's generally text. Color is a luxury I do not really need.

    The print quality on text from this Canon is very, very good; much better than similar priced inkjets.

    Setup was very easy, but if you use a Mac, you are on your own.

    I will give Mac users a quick rundown on what they need to do:

    Just follow the instructions until you get to "Installing the Drivers Software (for Windows)". Mac users are on their own from here on. There is an "e-manual" for windows that I did not bother trying to download.

    You need to go to Canon's website and download 2 drivers, one for the printer and one for the scanner. The downloads contain folders called "guide", but they contain the Windows guide.

    Install the drivers first, then connect the printer cable (which you already have or remembered to buy), then open a document to print. On the print window you will need to add a printer, the Canon will show on the list if it's plugged in, and choose the model number for 'print using'.

    For scanning, if you want a printed copy, place the item on the scanner bed, press the right (green) button on the printer, use the up/down buttons to change number of copies, then the green button again.

    To scan to the computer look in your Applications folder. If you installed the scanner driver there will be a new application called "Image Capture". Drag it to your dock if you like. If you click "show details" there are settings here to adjust scan type, file type, etc.
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    This printer is, in one word, amazing. It's really small in terms of a laser all-in-one, and it easily fits onto my shelf. This printer is really budget friendly and fits the need for those who need occasional (or even frequent) printing and copying but don't need a full sized printer. In fact, I will call this a great substitute for a home-level all-in-one inkjet!

    -Tiny footprint. Takes up very little space. I literally places it in my bookshelf and has no problem using it.
    -Super fast printing. This printer actually is faster than the HP Laserjet used in my office, especially on the first two pages. It's very efficient for people like me who usually prints less than 3-4 pages. The speed cannot be compared to inkjet printers (a.k.a "home/small office printers") since it's laser.
    -Easy operation. In fact, you don't need to read the manual to use the basic features of this machine. Pretty much plug and play. Printing and scanning both work out of the box. Copying is easier: just slip in the original, and press start. That's it, no menus to go through, no options to ponder around. The image comes out crisp and clear.
    -Useful features for personal users. Basic copier functions like zooming and darkness are right on the front panel. There are even other helpful tools like page merging and ID copying (front-and-back on one sheet). Great for those occasions when you need copies of your ID or passport for paperwork.
    -Toner volume. Although the printer comes with a reduced volume toner, it still can print a whole lot before running out. Moreover, this is one of those printers that does not give you the annoying "low toner" warning, which means it won't bother you with fake warnings nor will it have problems with refilled/compatible cartridges.
    -Never dries out.
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    Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
    With thanks to other reviewers, I now have updated Mac drivers, and speedy laser copy/print/scan with the Canon imageCLASS MF3010, the second laser printer in my home office.

    After decades of buying (and hand-filling) inkjet cartridges, I bought my first laser printer during a Cyber Monday sale, a Brother Printer HL2270DW Wireless Monochrome Printer. Over the past year I have come to realize that B&W laser is much more suited to the way I print now that my children are grown - and the Canon imageCLASS is faster and more efficient than the printer I bought.

    The imageCLASS MF3010 does not have a document feeder or wireless networking; I've had a document feeder for at least 8 years, and have had wireless networking since I added the Canon PIXMA MX340 Wireless Office All-in-One Printer (4204B019) to my home office last year (full disclosure: also Amazon Vine). Networking seems like a household standard, since we no longer use any desktop computers.

    The Canon imageCLASS MF3010 handled the routine printing I sent to it, the specialized Avery forms and labels I put through it, as well as the generic shipping labels with peel-off adhesive backing.

    At this price point the printer provides exceptional value, allowing for every function a student, small business, or retiree might need - no more trips to Staples or the copy shop.
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