Summary: Cheap to buy, expensive to run, and ultimately impossible to get working. It started well enough, until the low-capacity test cartridges ran out. Since then, it says I've printed 5300 pages in the 4 years I've had it; and I'd estimate about half of those are misprinted repeats whilst trying to get...
Summary: I was really disappointed with this purchase. I know laser printers were more cost effective than inkjet, and after speaking with a canon representative who told me this would fit my purpose, I went ahead. But the printing quality was awful for graphics.
Summary: I agree with the previous reviewer about the difficulty in getting it to print- I have had exactly the same problems (machine says there's no paper when there is, says there's a blockage when there isn't, the need to switch off and on again to get it to (sometimes) work).
Summary: The Canon LBP5050N is quite simply the worst printer I have ever owned or used, and there have been a lot. If I could charge Canon at my charge-out rate for all the time I have spent persuading it to work I wouldn't need to work for the customers any more.
Summary: This should be a good printer, but if you're thinking of using it on a network with a Mac, forget it. 1. There are no Mac instructions in the manual 2. It doesn't come with a Mac driver 3. You can download the Mac driver from the Canon website but ... 4.