Canon imageRUNNER 1370 Toner Cartridges

Compatible Canon Models:

  • 1370
  • 1370F
Canon imageRUNNER 1370

Genuine OEM/Brand Name Toner Cartridges for the Canon 1370

GPR-10 Toner Cartridge - Canon Genuine OEM (Black)

GPR-10 Toner Cartridge - Canon Genuine OEM (Black)

Genuine OEM Canon Toner Cartridge, Black, 5,300 page yield. Canon part number: GPR-10, 7814A003AA, 7814A003, GPR10K. Laser Toner Cartridge compatible with Canon imageRUNNER 1370, 1370F.

$33.00 each
$33.00 total

Other Printer Supplies for the Canon 1370

7815A004AB Drum Unit - Canon Genuine OEM

7815A004AB Drum Unit - Canon Genuine OEM

Genuine OEM Canon Drum Unit, 24,000 page yield. Canon part number: 7815A004AB, 7815A004, 7815A004AA, GPR-10. Drum Unit compatible with Canon imageRUNNER 1370, 1370F.

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$118.00 each
$118.00 total

Canon 1370 Printer Review

The Canon imageRUNNER 1370 is a copier that also performs useful functions such as scanning and printing, which enable it to fully handle the needs of small offices. The option to fax documents is offered with its series model, the 1370F. Due to a number of limitations such as its slow copy speeds of only 13 pages per minute, the 1370 is designed to handle low-volume workloads. Other than its long-lasting imageRUNNER 1370 printer toner, additional limitations such as its limited paper supply and monthly duty cycle make it less robust than the top models in its class of all-in-one copiers.

This small office device incorporates a decent array of features that enable it to be easily shared, such as its network interface that will allow multiple users to connect their computers for network printing, and its versatile front control panel. On this panel is a large LCD screen, which can display a documents progress and an array of buttons that will allow users to select the number of copies they need for a job or navigate menus. Also on the front panel is a USB port, which supports walk-up printing from and scanning to personal flash drives.

Other impressive built-in features that will benefit offices include its automatic double-sided printing and copying capabilities, Secure Print technology that protects sensitive documents by requiring a PIN to unlock them, and a small 30-sheet automatic document feeder. While its maximum media capacity of 600 pages may seem like plenty for light-duty offices, compared to similar devices in its price range the 1370 has a significantly lower maximum paper input. The machine's maximum monthly duty cycle of 20,000 pages is nearly 80% less than the average for laser copiers.

The device makes up for its limited features with professional quality output, copying monochrome jobs with a maximum resolution of 1200x600 dpi using Canon 1370 toner. Text, graphic and image documents also print above par with crisp detail and a resolution of 2400x600 dpi using black imageRUNNER 1370 toner.

The unit's toners help contribute to low running costs since it only uses a single black Canon 1370 toner cartridge at one time. Yields of up to 5,300 pages for each replacement Canon 1370 toner cartridge mean that offices with low volumes won't need to replace it frequently and can enjoy uninterrupted use.

The argument for the 1370 comes down to its cost-efficiency, meaning users that are willing to sacrifice features such as quick speeds and a large media handling for simple all-in-one capabilities should give it a look. Small offices that want to increase their productivity should pass over this copier in favor of the pricier models in its class that have more robust features.