Summary: It's a hunk of garbage. It has been unreliable and touchy since I bought it. Double feeds paper, jams, and so forth. I even had it "repaired" by an authorized Canon outlet, which didn't fix the problem at all. I have updated the firmware, updated the drivers, paid to have rollers replaced...
Summary: We have had the MF5750 for a few years now and it has been a good reliable machine, with the one quirk that the paper output tray doesn't catch legal size paper, so it ends up falling all over the floor. However, we have modernized our operating system, and moved to Windows 7 64 bit.
Summary: When there is an error , for example , if paper size is A4 instead of Letter, the printer will alarm. There NO way to reset the printer when it has error, even if you shutdown your computer , or shutdown the printer temporarily.
Summary: After reading the earlier reviews, I was skeptical. But considering the recent price drops ($199) I decided to give this printer a try. The installation was easy. I got paper jams on the first try, but this was due to the paper tray not being positioned correctly - I had the printer sitting on a...
Worked great for 1.5 years, then I got Paper Size errors and found the solution...
James G. Henderson "jimghenderson", Amazon
31 July 2008
Summary: I probably scanned 5000 pages and printed out at least 1000 pages over 1.5 years and had no problems. It prints picture perfect and I've had no image quality issues. It's also very fast. I'm still using the original toner. I suggest using Nuance's Paperport for automated scanning, etc.
Summary: Had this for 4+ years and as time goes by the equipment starts to show its ware. Scanner quality certainly has gone down. Copy has also gone down. Fax still works. I recommend this for light use only home or office. Don't by it used buy new.
Summary: No mac support! Not just "no mac drivers on the included CD", but "no mac drivers exist that will cause this thing to print". I really wish I had discovered that before lugging it upstairs & setting it up.
Summary: I know it's difficult to imagine and probably a slight exageration but quite frankly I have never really seen a piece of office equipment with such a non-intuitive usability design. *To delete a simple job takes at least 3 to 4 button pushes.