Summary: The most EFFICIENT printer ever used. Fast faxes. Fast print times. No jams. Hardly ever have to change the toner cartridge. Does what I tell it to do. Doesn't mouth off. Doesn't deny me on a Friday night. Best thing since sliced bread. Love it.
Summary: I bought this Canon Image Class MF4270 All-In-One Laser Printer to replace three printers. It is a great machine loaded with features in a relatively small footprint. It is a fast laser printer with built-in duplex printing capability. The fax and copy features are easy to use and setup. The automatic document feed or flat bed scanning is quick with just a touch of button. It is network ready or can be connected via USB.
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Summary: I have owned this printer for 3 days. Currently, it is not working very well. I think this might have something to do with the Vista drivers. The printer driver will say error when I look at the queue, and then print the document. However the doc prints slanted. I had a 4150 and it did the same thing so I took it back. This is going back to. Is it too much to ask that the printer prints non-slanted docs?
Summary: I was looking forward to using this product as it had many features that I was looking for in a laser printer. When it arrived today, I noticed on the box this statement about compatibility: Mac OS X 10.2.8 (print and PC fax only). I called Canon and confirmed that the scanner function will not work with a Mac. Unfortunately I do not find this information on the Amazon listing. It just says "Windows and Mac Ready" under technical details. This is misleading.
Summary: Love the printer, hate the toner cartridge. Great prints, quiet, small footprint. But, Canon specs 2000 pages at 5% coverage. Nobody in the real world averages 5% coverage. I'm averaging 600 pages from my cartridges. Unacceptable.
Summary: The MF4270 had exactly the specs I wanted: all-in-one, duplex printing, and networked. Initially thought it was duplex scan and copy too, but I could live without it. But what would have been a great machine has been hampered by issues in networking, scanning/copying, and software. Notes: I do not use the fax feature. I have also owned it for eight months and have also upgraded the firmware. I use Windows XP on my computers.
Summary: I used to have a Dell printer and had many problems with it--especially with paper jams. Dell Service was horrible. I did a lot of research online before buying a new one. The Canon MF4270 is so much better than my Dell printer. It is faster, quieter and doesn't jam. I especially like the Energy Save feature. And when I called Canon Service for a technical question I received professional and courteous help quickly. I highly recommend this printer.
Summary: I purchased this printer for my home office, and it has definitely helped to complete more tasks in a timely manner. However, there are still a lot of kinks to be worked out that would cause me to think twice about making the same choice again. My biggest problem with the unit is that it frequently claims to have paper jams when in reality it does not. I have to walk over to the unit, lift the cover the cover, and like magic, the jam is gone.