Canon PC1080F Printer Review
Are you searching for a monochrome laser copier for your home or small office? If so, you may want to learn a little bit about the Canon imageCLASS PC1080F. This machine, unlike its predecessors, doubles as a fax machine. Networking comes standard with the unit, and an automatic document feeder that can hold up to 30 sheets is offered. It won't be hard to maintain, either, because it only uses one Canon PC1080F toner cartridge filled with black printer toner. The machine weighs 52.9 pounds and its measurements are 18.75x17.4x15.2 inches. It will be easy to place and maneuver when needed. The imageCLASS PC1080F toner cartridges will last for 5,000 pages before they need to be replaced. The Canon PC1080F toner is inexpensive to purchase too.
The copier can copy documents from 3x5 inches all the way up to 8.5x14 inches. Enlargements and reductions from 50%-200% are featured, and it zooms in increments of 1%. One feature this machine has that many copiers don't is exposure control. This function lets you chose between automatic, photo, manual and printer toner save mode settings in order to get the highest quality documents with each print. Using the black imageCLASS PC1080F toner, 13 copies can be made each minute. Any number from 1 to 99 copies can be made per each original document with Canon PC1080F toner.
The faxing function uses G3 compatibility, and it has a modem speed of 33.6 Kbps. Using this machine, your faxes will send in approximately 6 seconds per page. A fast fax mode is available that can offer speeds of up to 3.2 seconds per page, and the machine itself has a memory of up to 79 pages. Automatic dialing is offered, and the numbers are impressive. Up to 12-one-touch speed dials, 100-coded speed dials and 111-group dials come upon purchase of this unit, and all will be very convenient.