Laser printers and copiers are very easy to come by, and sometimes, you want a machine that can handle both. The Canon imageCLASS D320 has the ability to do both—printing and copying—while still maintaining a low cost of maintenance that small or home office users can afford. It connects via USB, but it is only compatible with Windows operating systems, which means if your office uses a different operating system, you are out of luck. It weighs 32 pounds with the toner
installed, which is a little hefty, but most will still be able to lift the machine. Up to 10,000 pages can be produced each month, which could very well exceed the needs of a home.
Because it is a monochrome printer—meaning it can only print in black-and-white—you are only going to need one Canon D320 toner cartridge. The speeds, though, aren't very fast, compared to similar machines on the market. Using the Canon toner
, up to 15 pages per minute can be copied or printed. Reductions and enlargements of 50%-200% are possible, and first page out time is 11 seconds. Using the imageCLASS D320 toner resolutions can reach up to 600x600 dpi. These toners are very easy to find, and more affordable Canon D320 toner is available from third party vendors.
Users have mostly positive things to say about the Canon imageCLASS D320, according to their reviews. Consumers find it to be reliable and durable, and most comment on the high quality output using Canon D320 toner. They find the setup to be easy, and most also think that operating the system is simple. Many also find it inexpensive to maintain, due to its use of affordable imageCLASS D320 toner cartridges. There are complaints too, though. Its large footprint is a burden, and its speeds are somewhat slow, according to buyers. Overall, though, it seems to make buyers happy.