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3.6* out of 10

Canon imageCLASS D660

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Overall 10
10

Dependable and economical printer/copier

JB, Amazon
15 January 2008
  • Summary: I bought this new several years ago for our small business and it is a workhorse. It runs great and you can get refilled cartridges which make it very economical to run. Jamming as in the other reviews has never been a problem. I did upgrade to Vista and was not able to use it, but believe that the new service pack for Vista will resolve this issue as I am told.The drum is in the cartridge so when it is replaced it is also new.
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Overall 4
4.0

Canon D661

Larry A Rann, Amazon
30 July 2003
  • Summary: Ipurchased this copier March 2003, and have benn frustrated by the paper jamming consistently in the machine. I have been using Xerox 20 Lb paper and cannot print more than 50 copies without the machine jamming.I would not suggest this product for anyone that wanrs a reliable copier. It is extremelely frustating to keep puuling out the jammed pages and restart again.I print only 200 to 300 copies a month. The white pages I use are Georgia-Pacific Multi System Paper.
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Overall 10
10

The winner is... the Canon

Stuart Anderson, Amazon
7 July 2003
  • Summary: I reasearch things for a living and I have to tell you, the information available for these multifunctions is weak and misleading. So, I thought after my purchase I would chime in. At first glance, the HP 3300/3330 series seems to give you the most bang for your buck -- (1200x1200 dpi vs. the Canon 600x600), sort of good looking, includes a scanner, etc... But it wasn't intil I got my hands on them and compared them side by side that a clear winner was revealed.
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Overall 10
10

Full XP compatibility in a flash!

Stuart Anderson, Amazon
2 February 2003
  • Summary: Make sure you have USB 2.0 interface; the "old" 1.4 from six months ago can't handle it. Setup is a breeze, even for XP-os (the printed instructions are so good that they tell you the error message Windows will give you in advance, and give you the simple cure in the next sentence!) Absolutely crisp copying and printing (b&w only)that will have you kicking yourself for putting up with that old inkjet for so long--just let the old splatter painter do your color jobs, and...
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