Summary: I have two of the excellent laser printers. The product is well built, the functions are easy to learn and use and the price is reasonable. The only down side is the cost of toner. But that is a part of any printer on the market.
Summary: The Canon 4150 was to be a backup for a Canon 8180c printer. Upon arrival, the 4150 would not duplex, Aweek later the 4150 printer failed. I did pay for a 1 year sq-trade warrenty. The Canon 8180c failed with the same problem. i Have a 2 year sq-trade warrenty on this one.
Summary: I received it about a week ago, so I cannot comment about durabilty etc. However, copying is very fast, printing is great, I love the duplex capabilities. Scanning, on the other hand, is just OK, didn't blow my socks off... My Fujitsu Scansnap is far superior. But it still gets the job done.
Summary: I have only had this printer for about a month, but so far it is working wonderful! I have a small business and print receivers and invoices daily. The Canon MF4150 is providing great quality printing for my needs. It's nice having an all in one. Scanner works great too!!
Summary: I bought one of these for work (where I have a Mac) and since it worked well I bought a second for home (where I have a PC). There is no way to scan from a Mac. After fiddling with various settings I am able to print duplex from my Mac by passing through Preview (instead of printing directly from...
Summary: After having so much trouble with my HP AIO and its cartridge carrier setup, I decided I needed something fast and reliable. I've only gotten minimal help from HP in replacing my original product and can say that I haven't had any problems with Canon products so far.
Summary: The unit does exactly as advertised. This unit is much faster and quieter than the two year old HP that it replaced. The setup is basically the same and the computer software install is simplified and easy.