Summary: I wanted a color laser jet printer that produced vivid, true colors. Many years ago I had a Canon color ink jet and loved the true colors, but I was forever buying cartridges. I had been using an HP 1600 color laser jet, but it just went out after many years of good service. I was ready to buy another color laser printer and read many "feedbacks" before deciding on the Canon color laser printer: LBP7660C PCL6. It arrived today by FedExp.
Summary: I love this printer. It prints fast and delivers beautiful quality. However, after purchasing the $130 black toner cartridges, that specify "yields up to 3400 pages" I quickly realized that this was a huge problem since I only got about 1500 pages from the new cartridge. That puts my cost per page at almost .09 per page. I could go to my local copy shop and pay .05-.06 cents per page.
Summary: I now have 2 Canon laser printers: This one and a MF4880dw. I love my Canon printers. They are so easy to maintain because they combine the toner, drum, and developer all in one piece. Replace a toner cartridge and you are done. With others, you have to replace the drum and it can get very expensive. The colors are rich and accurate. The print speed is fast. Both printers are networked. Please keep in mind, you can't print on photo stock paper with a laser.
Summary: It doesn't seem to understand what collate means. I have had to resort to printing single copies because every time I would request more than one copy, it required me to hand collate after the printing was done.
Summary: This printer jams easily and the replacement toner is over $100 each. If you like wasting your money and time trying to fix it, buy this printer. Setting it up to print via Wi-Fi is similar to rocket science. This may be the worst printer I have used... ever.
Summary: This printer does an awesome job. At least a thousand prints now with no new toner needed yet. I use it with my iMac and MacBook Pro. I cannot figure out how to print from iPhone or iPad though.
Summary: I was looking at the Xerox color laser and Xerox ColorQube wax cube printers - and just couldn't justify the consumables expense. Maybe if I was printing newsletters and print jobs as a professional printer taking money, I could justify it, but we are a small computer shop and I needed something to do mailings and ads that looked a little better than inkjet. This one fix the bill! The starter set went from showing %100 remaining to zero remaining, all at once.