The Canon imageCLASS D620 is the first out of a long line of reliable monochrome laser products. Though it is commonly found in Asia, it is the perfect addition to small or home offices. For those who live elsewhere, the Canon imageCLASS D660 is worth considering because its specs are very similar to the D620.
Only one Canon D620 toner cartridge is needed for standard printing. This printer toner is black and yields about 5,000 pages, which will last users a good deal of time. Using the imageCLASS D620 up to 13 pages per minute can be printed or copied. Reductions and enlargements are offered from 50%-200%, and resolutions of 1200x600 dpi are possible. The first page out time is 13 seconds, and it only takes about 1 second for the machine as a whole to warm up.
Consumers find the Canon imageCLASS D620 to be reliable and durable product. The setup is easy to do, according to consumers, and the included manuals are clear and easy to understand. Its small footprint is commonly praised, as well as the machine's simplicity and ease of use. Users love how fast its speeds are, and they find the quality of images to be perfect using the Canon D620 toner. The only real complaint, however, has to do with the price tag on these imageCLASS D620 toner cartridges. Buyers find them to be a little pricey, but the cost per page is relatively inexpensive. Name brand Canon toner
typically cost 6 times a remanufactured version.
For those who use this model, but who don't like the cost of Canon D620 toner, there is a better, more affordable option. Many third party vendors create remanufactured versions of the printer toner that are just as good as the OEM or manufacturer's version but cost a lot less. These toners make the Canon D620 not only a good buy, but an affordable one as well.