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Canon i-SENSYS MF4580dn All-In-One Laser Printer (Print, Copy and Scan)

by Canon
4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (4 customer reviews)

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  • Network-ready mono laser 4-in-1
  • 25 ppm, 9 seconds First Copy Out Time
  • Easy to use intuitive LCD display
  • Easy network scan function
  • 50-sheet Double-sided Automatic Document Feeder
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Technical Details
Item Weight13 Kg
Product Dimensions42.9 x 39 x 36.1 cm
Item model number4509B089AA
RAM Size64 MB
Wattage1220 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 73,756 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 Kg
Date First Available2 Oct 2010

Product Description

Box Contains

  • Main Unit
  • Cartridge 728 (starter)
  • Power Cord
  • Telephone line cable
  • Starter Guide
  • Warranty card
  • User software and manual CD's
  • Product Description

    Canon ISENSYS MF4580DN MFP MONO 25PPM PRNT CPY SCN FX 4509B089AA Printers Multifunction Printers

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    5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
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    I bought this because I wanted a printer to connect to the network, which was also capable of duplex printing and scanning too (so it can copy a two-sided document and print it two-sided). It does this easily.

    The network scanning is not as good as the Kyocera FS-1128MFP because it requires software to be installed on a PC and scans are saved to the PC via the software (if you've used a Canon LiDE USB scanner it's basically the same software as they use), whereas the Kyocera method means that the printer can email PDFs itself or save them to any shared network drive location. The Canon network scanner can only work if a PC is turned on and has the software installed. Having said that, the Kyocera is about twice the price of this Canon.

    Scanning is done via presets, either Colour or B&W (and you can set the default resolution and filetype on the PC), or "Custom 1" and "Custom 2" which can be any of colour, B&W or greyscale. That works OK but the "B&W" profile *has* to be B&W, you can't change it to greyscale, and I've not been able to find a way to rename the profiles "Custom 1" and "Custom 2", but once set it's easy to remember.

    Only ten PCs can be recognised by the scanner - so when you scan a file and it has to save the file to a PC, you can only choose from a list of upto 10 PCs.

    Oddly, the fax cable doesn't include a double adapter or passthrough, so you can't connect the fax machine to a phone socket that already has something connected... I've never seen a fax machine with anything other than a passthrough on the plug end.

    Printing is fast, especially the first page out - really really quick - and the software/driver installation is easy enough (though I had to download from the web rather than use the enclosed CD because Windows 7 64-bit didn't like the CD).
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    2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
    5.0 out of 5 stars Works well 14 Oct 2011
    By BB21
    Bought this 1 month ago upon moving to UK. Have been very pleased with it - its fast, quality is good and works well with both Mac and Windows. Scanning is easy and the duplexing works well so am a happy customer.
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    4.0 out of 5 stars Nice printer, suitable for home office only 1 Sep 2013
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    I was moving from a Canon MF6500 series printer, so this new printer is much lower-end than what I'm used to. So, it's not as well-built, quiet, or feature-rich as what I'm used to. That said, it takes up very little room and has worked well so far with the things I do lots of (double-sided printing, copying and scanning). I even used it to send a fax, which was handy. The black parts on the front are a bit of a dust trap, but other than that I'm happy with this purchase given the price I paid (less than a hundred pounds for an as-new-but-has-been-previously-returned item). I would have been a lot less happy if I'd paid full price, even Amazon's price.
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    4.0 out of 5 stars OK 25 Feb 2013
    By D
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    Although not in use for very long I am happy with its performance and quality of prints.
    It does seem a bit noisy when double-siding though - this is a minor annoyance that loses the fifth star.
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