Reviews and Problems with Canon imageCLASS MF4770n
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Good so far
Matthew G., Newegg
20 May 2014
Summary: Be aware that the Canon software download requires serial number which is not in the machines webpage. Yes, you need to physically go to the printer to find the bugger. Network scan tool needs to be turned on on the PC and the printer then is start stop controlled by the PC.
Pros: Quick first print/ Print quality appear good/ Network scan works/ Copy function works/ Price on special was the hook.
Cons: Feels cheaply made compared to MFP 10 year old I replaced. The toner cartridge it only 2500 sheets and costs as much as the unit (OEM). Information panel will swing out of position under normal touch.
Summary: got this on sale last year, and to my disappointment, although it said network capable, it does not mean wifi ready. Had to set it up close to my router in order to print from my distant computers. Otherwise the machine works great as advitised, the usual Canon quality.
Summary: I would have given it 5 stars if the output tray for printer was built better. I thought the paper would come out on the top tray but I guess that was for copier only. Toner cartridge seems very small. We'll see how many actual pages I can get out of it. No Mac driver on CD.
Pros: Cheap. Got extra $30 off with Promo code. it got Fax (will probably never use) + Copier + Printer + Scanner.
Cons: Output tray for printer is a Joke. Toner cartridge is very small.
Summary: This is a good addition to my office. It replaced my Canon MP530. However it has been a real task working with the scanning features. There seems to be too much interaction of moving between the PC and printer. I didn't have this issue with my old unit.
good printer, could be better if there is wireless
5 August 2013
Summary: This printer was everything it said it was. It prints fast and not noise. This is print would probably be better for small business. I bought this for my computers at home and the lack of the wireless feature really makes it difficult for me to print on multiple units.
Summary: Shame on you Canon for not placing linux drivers on the American site. Also, with linux you'll get printing, but I haven't tried fax or scan, and I'm thinking it's not going to happen.
Pros: Just got this machine for $99 (you'll see it over at the A place for the same but shipping is extra). This is a great multifunction machine for windows, and if you wait for rosewill discounts on toner, the toner is pretty cheap (< $40). The copy functionality of this machine finally gives me an a...
Cons: I guess Canon just doesn't want to affront the 500 pound racketeering gorilla living in redmond, so no linux support for the US of A. But, go to Europe: http://www.canon.co.uk/Support/Consumer_Products/products/Fax__Multifunctionals/Laser/LaserBase_MF_series/i-SENSYS_MF4870dn.aspx?DLtcmuri=tcm:14...
Summary: I like its speed, I like the way I can put out multiple copies quickly--and even for a plain old copier it moves pretty fast. I'm fascinated by the way the scanner works left to right but the printing is turned 90 degrees from the scan; it actually makes for a very efficient use of space.