Reviews and Problems with Canon imageCLASS MF4370dn
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great for windows, bad for mac
5 June 2011
Summary: This printer is great if you have Windows. It can print, scan, and fax either via USB or the network port. However, Canon's Mac support really stinks. I can't get the printer to print reliably and have to instal the printer each time that I want to print on my work Mac Pro laptop.
Summary: I am disappointed overall. The scanning does not work for window7 64 just for 32. Mac can fax but must use USB cable, and if you use the autofeeder, you see blank, need to put it on the flat mode, one by one. I don't know why the mac can't print, saying that "no recipient list added.
Beautiful laser print/copies but SCANNER DOES NOT WORK WITH MAC running OS X - major problem if you purchased for scanning
Small Business Owner, Amazon
21 January 2011
Summary: After a bit of research I purchased this Canon 4370dn for use in a mixed mac/windows office (predominately macs). All ads and features show dual compatibility. The price was quite good and I was interested to see it in motion. Installed the latest print/scan/fax drivers directly from the Canon site.
Summary: The printer starts warnings about low ink while there is still quite a bit left in the cartridge. Worst part of this is that while in low ink warning mode it will not go to sleep, wasting a lot of energy.
Summary: I decided to go with a Canon all-in-one after being disappointed in HP copiers. It was a mistake. First the good. It copies and scans well with a document feeder which is helpful. That's about all I can say about the good. The bad??? Let's start with a tiny toner cartridge priced at $90 a pop.
Summary: I was looking for a flatbed multifunction laser printer that I could plug into an apple wireless router and print from a macbook pro wirelessly. This Canon seemed like it would fit the bill (price was nice as well!). This setup would be used in a small 1 person office.
Summary: Ok, it will work with a Mac, pretty much out of the box. I loaded the installation disc first, then setup the printer for my network, then added the printer to my Mac. I agree with the good things that other people say, except, I bought a network laser printer to use on a network.