Summary: I do like the canon copier D760 all in one Printer, I don't any problem with it so as this moment. I try so many times it's seam everything is doing okay, evrything is working well. as are part's wise is concern.
Summary: I had been lucky enough to discover this little performer about 6 years ago. i have since bought/got about 6 of them where i have worked and family and my own at home. The One thing about the D760 and its variations is that they are very reliable. as long as the papers/toners you use stay within what is acceptable for most laser printer/copiers (good copy paper, not the real cheap kind, good source of toner) it should last you a long long time.
Summary: Three and a half years ago we purchased a D760 Image Class copier from Canon. We paid $642 for the machine and am currently on the third cartridge. Cartridges cost $150 per cartridge - that's a total of $1092.00. The machine has a counter in it and to date, has made 5495 copies - that averages about .18 cents per copy. Last week film began coming out of the machine where the paper comes out, and I was told the machine needs a new fusing unit assembly at $200.
lot more than desktop printer, love it for its full features
Keun Young Yoo "picky quality nut", Amazon
17 February 2005
Summary: I used it only a few days, better than I expected, reliable, straight forward, no training needed. 30page adf on a table top copier un-heard of. printer has more features than I ever wanted on tabletop unit: overlay for office letterhead, also useful for watermark office logo, multipage print for record keeping in a tight space, toners are dirt cheap in the aftermarket, and hear good quality responses. I will find out soon.
Summary: Canon D760 is a great printer as long as you connect it physically to a PC. Of course, very few buy a $600 printer for home use? A printer of this class is typically a network printer, shared by many, in a small office environment. If you are planning to network this printer using a print server, Canon D760 just falls short of expectations. Canon officially supports only AXIS 1610 model print server (through parallel port). The Axis print server retails for $200.
Summary: Just purchased the Canon D761 printer/copier (feb 2004). This unit only supports two print servers... and I never heard of them. So it is not "generic" to most servers and should not be purchased if you need that feature. Reasonable printer and copy quality.