If you need to add a laser printer and copier to your home or small office, the Canon PC320 may be the right choice for you. It doesn't take up too much room on your desk with its compact size of 17.6x21.4x13.7 inches, and its weight of 42.5 pounds with the Canon toner
won't be too hard to move id necessary. It does, however, lack an automatic document feeder, which could be a turn off for some. It also has slower speeds than most of the competition. The tradeoff, though, is its high quality print after print.
There's just one Canon PC320 toner cartridge needed for standard printing. This printer toner
can last users up to 4,000 pages, which is impressive and can outdo much of the competition. Also, when printing or copying, resolutions of up to 1200x1200 dpi can be reached, and that resolution will ensure high quality black-and-white graphics or text documents. Say good-bye to grainy or distilled images.
If you are worried about the cost of maintaining a model like this, you shouldn't. The Canon PC320 toner may seem a little pricey upfront, but it does offer a very low cost per page. Like most toners on the market, remanufactured versions of the Canon PC320 toner cartridges are available from third party vendors for a much more affordable price. These toners exert the same high quality resolutions, but they don't break the bank like the OEM version. In fact, the remanufactured Canon PC320 toner can be as low as a fifth of the OEM price.
The C320's slow speeds are the major downfall with this machine, and if you have a small business, the speeds could definitely slow you do. It can copy only 4 pages per minute, which won't get you very far. Overall, though, for those who don't have a need for fast speeds but do have a need for high quality, the PC320 is definitely worth considering.