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Canon i-SENSYS MF4580dn All-In-One Laser Printer (Print, Copy and Scan)
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Network-ready mono laser 4-in-1;
Automatic double-sided printing;
25 ppm, 9 seconds First Copy Out Time;
Stylish, compact design;
Easy to use intuitive LCD display;
Easy network scan function;
50-sheet Double-sided Automatic Document Feeder;
Add a professional touch with this compact and efficient network-ready 4-in-1.
Compact and stylish
This compact, network-ready 4-in-1 is suited for both small teams in the office or for personal use at home. Productive and stylish, it offers high quality print, copy, scan and fax functionality in one space saving unit.
Superior image quality
An enhanced print resolution of up to 1200 x 600 dpi delivers professional laser output for all your work, with sharp text and fine graphics. Impress customers, colleagues and friends by printing professional looking double-sided documents – whilst saving paper at the same time.
Duplex Automatic Document Feeder
Multi-page double-sided documents can also be copied, scanned and faxed with ease using the 50-sheet DADF.
The i-SENSYS 4580dn is network-ready, enabling small teams to easily share its productive capabilities. The Remote User Interface lets users and administrators monitor and manage machine status directly from their web browsers.
Easy to use
The i-SENSYS MF4580dn features a simple and intuitive LCD interface designed for easy operation. With 5 lines of text plus animations, features can be quickly and easily accessed and more information can be communicated saving time and effort.
Save time and energy
With an output speed of 25 ppm and a Fast First Copy Out Time of less than 9 seconds, prints and copies are delivered the moment you need them. With quick recovery from sleep mode, thanks to Quick First-Print technologies, long waits for your documents are a thing of the past. Additionally, this economical device uses only 3 watts in sleep mode, ensuring energy efficiency.
Versatile colour scanning
Scanning colour documents and photos is easy and highly versatile using a resolution as high as 9600 x 9600 dpi. Files can be scanned directly to email, or searchable PDF using the MF Toolbox, enabling them to be quickly retrieved in the future. Additionally, Windows users can scan directly over the network using the MF Toolbox.
The All-in-One recyclable cartridge ensures maintenance-free operation and continuous high quality output. Replace the compact cartridge in seconds – containing toner, drum and cleaning units – with an Authentic Canon Laser Cartridge and your multifunctional is as good as new.
All-in-one functions: Copy, Fax, Scan
Bundled software: Presto. Page Manager, MF Toolbox, Remote User Interface (RUI).
Colour all-in-one functions: Copy, Fax, Print, Scan
Compatible operating systems: Windows 7/Server 2008/Server 2003/2000/ XP/ Vista;\nMac OS X Version 10.4.9 - 10.6.x/ Linux
Digital sender: N
Dimensions (WxDxH): 390 x 429 x 361 mm
Direct printing: Y
Duplex functions: Copy, Print
Ethernet LAN: N
Fax memory: 256 pages
ISO A-series sizes (A0...A9): A4, A5
Internal memory: 64 MB
Maximum ISO A-series paper size: A4
Maximum copy resolution: 600 x 600 DPI
Maximum print size: 215 x 355 mm
Maximum resolution: 1200 x 600 DPI
Maximum scan resolution: 9600 x 9600 DPI
Modem speed: 33.6 Kbit/s
Package dimensions (WxDxH): 431 x 604 x 663 mm
Power consumption (average operating): 1 W
Power consumption (standby): 3 W
Power supply: 1220 W
Print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter): 25 ppm
Print technology: Laser
Printing noise level: 43 dB
Standard input capacity: 250 sheets
Standard tray media types: Bond paper, Card stock, Glossy paper, Matte paper, Photo paper, Plain paper
Weight: 13.4 kg
Top Customer Reviews
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).
It does seem a bit noisy when double-siding though - this is a minor annoyance that loses the fifth star.