Summary: I purchased this printer in January of 2010. Four years later I still LOVE it. If it quits working today, I have gotten my money's worth. I started using refurbished cartridges early on to save money and have been pleased.
Summary: We bought the Canon Imageclass D1150 in August 2012 for our small business (law office) because the top feeder on our previous machine broke. This multi-function machine had all the options we need at a cost effective price. There are several pros: -Overall easy to use and good quality -Good price -Energy saver mode -Prints and copies quickly -Legal sized platen glass (great for our law practice) -Top feeder is good quality (previous machines we have owned had cheap top...
Summary: Good price and good quality copies for a small office. Paper tray tip: At first, the copier was constantly giving us "paper jam" error messages although no paper jam was present. I would just have to open and close the front panel and it would start back up again. Then we started filling the paper tray only half full and its no longer a problem - not sure why, but it worked for us. Since then it has been working fine.
Summary: Copy and print functions are working good. But scan did not work. I installed the software 3 times and finally found that the scan is not working properly. So I switched it with D1120 and I like the simple functions of the machine. It works fine so far.
Solid small office copier/faxer/printer with an important fax issue.
B. Etherington, Amazon
12 September 2012
Summary: My office prints roughly one ream a week, though we used to print two or three times that. No-brainer double siding, a HUGE outgoing fax queue, one-ream deep paper reservoir and good alternate-feeder behavior are the highlighted features. The D1150 can handle hundreds of pages scanned and faxed at once, and handles multiple destinations with ease. You can fax as quickly as you or the document feed can scan.
Summary: Just a head's up, despite what Canon claims in this product's specifications section on their website, the d1150 is not Mac compatible. They do provide a generic work around driver for it, but only basic printing features are supported, and every update to the Mac OS breaks it. They are usually months behind in providing new drivers. Since upgrading to Mountain Lion I have been unable to get this thing working, and am again waiting for new drivers from Canon.