Canon D780 Printer Review
Though there are faster, flashier models on the market, when it comes to the Canon imageCLASS D780, it's hard to find a machine that is more reliable. A copier, printer and fax machine all in one, this unit brings monochrome laser functions to your home or small office for an affordable price. Using only one Canon D780 toner cartridge, you won't find maintenance to be too demanding, and it also produces excellent quality for all functions. It comes standard with a 30-page automatic document feeder, which will make printing simple. It weighs a husky 52.9 pounds and its relatively compact frame measures only 24.5x17.4x15.1 inches.
Printing and copying can be done at a rate of 16 pages per minute using the only needed black imageCLASS D780 toner cartridge. Resolutions for printing using the printer toner are 600x600 dpi for printing and up to 1200x600 dpi for copying. The toners for the D780 can be purchased new from the manufacturer or remanufactured from third party vendors.
The copier also has the ability to enlarge and reduce images from 50%-200%. The images won't be grainy, thanks to the Canon D780 toner. The fax has a modem speed of 33.6 Kbps, and faxes usually send in as little as 3 seconds per page. Up to 12 speed dials can be stored, and delayed transmission comes standard.
Consumer reviews of the Canon D780 are mostly positive. They love its fast speeds and networking ability. Users also find that the prints created using the Canon D780 toner are clean, sharp images that are true-to-life. It's efficient and easy to use, according to users, and setup is an easy process that is quick and simple to figure out. Some wish it were a true all in one, offering scanning capabilities too, but most find it to be a great machine nonetheless. The high upfront price is criticized often, while the cost per page using imageCLASS D780 toner is praised.