Canon D760 Printer Review
Though the upfront price may seem a little steep, home and small offices alike could really benefit from the addition of the Canon imageCLASS D760 laser printer. It can print and copy, and its compact 24.5x17.4x15.1 inch size shouldn't fool you—this machine has a lot of power. The weight is 52,9 pounds with the toner, which is a little heavy, but easy enough for two people to lift. It only uses one Canon D760 toner cartridge, which means it will be a breeze to maintain as well.. Connection via ethernet, USB and network are supported, and Windows operating systems are the only ones compatible.
The needed Canon D760 toner cartridge is black. The Canon toner has a page yield of 5,000 pages, which will last a decent amount of time. It can copy and print up to 13 pages per minute using imageCLASS D760 toner, and resolutions of up to 1200x600 dpi are available. Because toners can get expensive, many third party vendors sell remanufactured versions of the Canon D760 toner for a fraction of the price. These will create the same 1200x600 dpi quality, but these toners won't break the bank like the OEM or manufacturer's versions can do.
Consumers seem to really like the Canon D760. The automatic document feeder is excellent, according to consumers, and copies are produced with stellar quality due to Canon D760 toner. Users love the way this machine operates quietly, and they find the networking features to be great. This unit is also praised for its easy setup and installation, and buyers find it is easy to use as well. The low costing printer toner can be found at multiple locations, and the price tag of the imageCLASS D760 toner cartridges is affordable. All around, consumers seem to be very pleased with the addition of the Canon D760 to their office.