Canon 1025 Printer Review
The Canon imageRUNNER 1025 starts out as a fairly compact laser copier and printer, but can be configured with various extra functions and finishing options. The 1025N and 1025iF models add networking and faxing right out of the box, but each has a solid output speed of 25 pages per minute, and large yields for Canon 1025 printer toner can really trim down supply costs.
The dimensions of the basic model are 18x14.8x20.5 inches, with a weigh of just less than 50 pounds that doesn't include the imageRUNNER 1025 toner cartridges. It starts with a paper capacity of 500 sheets in the main tray and 100 sheets in the bypass tray, but can be expanded to 1,100 sheets if needed. Warm up time is less than 16 seconds for a fast start to the day, and the first page out time is around 8 seconds, for a fast start to a new task.
Automatic duplexing is included, which can save time and paper with two-sided printing. The standard model includes only a flatbed scanner, but the upgraded models include a 50-sheet automatic document feeder for fast scanning of multi-page documents. It is also available as an upgrade for the basic model.
Replacement toners are pretty affordable, and the 8,400-page yield of the black Canon 1025 toner cartridge is perfect for a small or medium-sized office. The large capacity of imageRUNNER 1025 toner also gives the device a low cost per page.
With the choice of three very capable configurations, the imageRUNNER 1025 can suit a variety of different use cases. No matter which they choose, however, buyers will benefit from decent speeds, a quick warm-up time, and affordable Canon 1025 toner.