Reviews and Problems with Canon imageCLASS MF4570dw
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great copier, there is a newer version
19 November 2013
Summary: I am continually amazed at the great improvements can and makes in multifunction devices. In addition to this machine, I recently bought an MF4890dw, the successor to this unit. Both of the units have been miraculous. I used to buy multi-functions from that company that begins with an H, but Canon has blown away all the competition as far as I'm concerned.
Summary: I don't know how I got along with just a plain Laserjet before getting this. It is a full-featured printer and copier, and a middling-but-adequate scanner. I haven't tried using the fax yet, as I mostly use eFax. It does have lots of options, including the toner-saving setting that I mostly use when printing off the internet. Have yet to exhaust the initial, small toner cartridge. And I LOVE LOVE LOVE that it is wireless!
Summary: I needed a wireless laser printer, scanner, fax and love my new Canon. We set it up on both a PC and a Mac without any major hitches (you have to manually download the drivers for the Mac). It performs beautifully and I especially love the 2-sided printing. Yea for saving paper!
Summary: Toner is $11 per cartridge, about 1000 prints. My second generation of Canon machines. Live it. You cannot find a full feature machine like this for less. Dont waste money with anything else. I have owned more than 10 canon MF printers. This rocks.
Summary: Amazon's price was really good, the product came quickly, and performed perfectly. Canon Lasers imageCLASS MF4570dw Wireless Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax (5259B007AA) I already had an MF 4450 (the little brother version that only prints 1-sided and has no wireless connectivity) at my vacation location and knew it had really superior print quality. Forget about those ratings that say this family of copier/printer/scanner/faxes have only so-so graphics.
Good device, good drivers, bad installer for Windows 7
11 November 2011
Summary: My Environment: 100% Windows 7 PCs, an iPad and two iPhones. As a professional consultant within the print industry, I did a lot of research for what to put in my own home office related to print devices. I reached out to vendors, got corporate VAR pricing, but in the end, I saw that this was sold for $212.00 online with no shipping cost and jumped on it. The device is fast, quiet and efficient.