Summary: this is an l90 not l80.i already got scammed for false advertising.it says right on the item pictured its an l90 duh!!i ordered an l80 and was sent an l90 instead.im out the 20.00 for the piece of junk sent to me.not compatible with vista.no disks were included
Bought this to replace same model that finally died
Wish I was in BoraBora, Amazon
7 March 2011
Summary: Bought this to replace same model that finally died. It is a worthy machine and meets the needs of our office perfectly. This model also holds more paper than newer models which is what we need.
Summary: I bought this printer for its laser print qualities. My previous printer didn't feed pages properly and this one doesn't either but that's not a big deal for me as I send very few multiple page faxes. When I do, I just feed one page at a time. Receiving faxes, or copying, it feeds properly. The print quality is excellent, print speed is OK, and it's reasonably priced. My biggest problem is that I cannot print from my computers that run 64 bit Windows 7.
Summary: This fax works great with Windows Xp, not with Vista, I downloaded the driver for Win Vista from Canon website, but it didn't work. So if you think to use this product in computers with Vista, think it again.
Summary: This fax machine would make a great prop for a play or a film, because it looks just like a fax machine. It would also serve well as a large paper weight. This machine is not, however, suited for any environment in which it will be used to send or receive faxes. When printing faxes, it frequently pulls multiple pages through at once, and promptly stops printing with a "CHECK PAGE SIZE" error that must be manually cleared with the RESET button.
Great if you don't need to fax more than one page.
S. Kim, Amazon
23 October 2008
Summary: I bought this fax machine mistakenly thinking that a FAX MACHINE would be better at FAXES than an all in one printer/scanner/fax/copier. I cannot fax more than one page at a time without standing at the machine and manually feedind the pages through, because when left alone, it constantly sucks in two or four pages at a time. If you build a fax machine - Shouldn't it be able to fax more than one page? Too much to ask?