Reviews and Problems with Canon imageCLASS LBP6670dn
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great value for black&white laser printer
K. M. Norris, Amazon
1 May 2014
Summary: I have, as part of my occupation, specified and purchased MANY printers, desktops, laptops, and associated items. For my home office, I needed a new networkable laser printer and I needed it in a predictable time frame. Over the years, different vendors have come and gone and their quality has done the same. At this point, Canon offers this LBP6670dn Laser Printer at a price just under $200USD and it is a real value for the money.
Conclusion: This is a nice PostScript printer for a home office or small business. it is solidly made. It has built in duplexing. Connections are USB or Ethernet. Printing is crisp and sharp. Fast output. The printer is pretty loud when running. It is not directly AirPrint enabled. Using the Canon mobile printing app is cumbersome.
Pros: durable, Small Footprint, High Quality Output, fast print speed
Cons: loud, not directly air print enabled, networking complicated, no paper manual
Robust Printer for home or small office. Kind of loud, networking complicated
24 April 2014
Summary: After 10 years my HP2300 was at the end of it's life after many years of good service. I researched extensively current alternatives and decided this Canon was the best choice. Amazon's price made it a compelling purchase. I looked at the similar HP model but it felt light and cheap to me. The Canon LBP6670dn has both USB connection and Ethernet for a wired network. It will work wirelessly if you set it up properly on a wireless router but it will take some effort.
Summary: This printer is great for multiple reasons. First, it's way cheaper than the competition. Second, it has a duplex unit so it can print both front and back. Third, it's network ready. Fourth, it's very fast. Fifth, it was easy to setup in Windows 7. I could list more but these are the main points. At the price I paid, I was able to get an extended warranty and it still came out cheaper than the major competitor's printer.
I have a PhD in computer science, and I cannot install this.
Bjorn M. Jakobsson, Amazon
22 March 2014
Summary: This printer makes me furious. I spent an hour trying to install this as a network printer, and got nowhere. And since it is weekend, and Canon has no weekend support, there is nobody who can give guidance. This is really annoying. This printer is totally user-unfriendly, at least if you plan to use it on a network.
Summary: Great laser printer. Relatively easy to setup on home network by following Canon instructions. This network printer solves my printing issues with my wireless and hard wire connected devices on my home network. Somewhat loud while printing - but you can overlook this issue because of the added functionality this printer provides.
Summary: The printer this replaced was very, very old (remember AppleTalk? yeah, that old) and maybe that's why I love this so much, but I do. What I love is that it's fast and it draws almost no power waiting for me to print something. The moment I say Print, even with a page full of graphics, this thing fires up whirs a second or two and spits out my document before settling back to sleep. Being that convenient hopefully won't make me more likely to print things unnecessarily.
Good quality laser printer, but driver install disc could use some work
17 July 2013
Summary: I ran the install disc in Wtndows 7 and never could get all the software to install properly. I also tried downloading newer drivers and continued to have problems. To their credit, a call to Canon support got me in touch with a very knowledgeable person who resolved the issue with a little detailed guidance on what not to do to get the proper drivers loaded.