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Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer (4838B006)

Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer (4838B006)
Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer (4838B006)


Product Added : January 12th, 2013
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Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer (4838B006)


Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer (4838B006)

The Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw is the perfect addition to your small office or home network. With fast print and copy speeds and netwrok document handling features it’s perfect for everyday business.

  • Print speeds up to 35 pages per minute
  • 2-sided print/copy/fax/scan
  • Includes Wi-Fi support
  • Holds up to 300 sheets of paper
  • Canon Single Cartridge System (drum included)

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What customers say about Canon imageCLASS MF5950dw Black & White Laser Multifunction Printer (4838B006)?

  1. 24 of 24 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Speedy But Not User Friendly, October 11, 2011
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    SanjeevP “Bottom Line” (Michigan, USA) –
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    Speed, at 35 ppm, is what sets this unit apart in a sea of B&W multifunctions with duplex and Wi-Fi connectivity. In real word the speed was more like 25 ppm but the first page is out within 7 seconds – very nice. Real word Duplex speed is 12-15 ppm. In a busy office, speed saves a lot of employee time. But the machine is not user friendly and the time savings it giveth with speed it taketh back with more time in changing the settings and using it. The print quality is acceptable but not as good as my Samsung 1630 and Brother 9840 printers.

    Here are some of the annoying things about this multifunction:

    1. It came with default setting of silent dial tone and we could not figure out if it was really sending faxes and it took a call to customer service to change that setting.
    2. To fax or copy in duplex, you have to change setting each time and cannot set a default duplex mode.
    3. To receive duplex fax, we had to call to customer service to change the setting buried in menus.
    4. Intensity of black color in print output cannot be changed to save the toner and there is no toner saver mode, or at least I have not been able to figure out so far.
    5. To scan, first you have to initiate scanning by pressing a button on the machine and then go into the software on your computer to start scanning – very time consuming and annoying.

    In the end I have very mixed feelings about this machine. Returning a heavy item like that is not easy either. So think carefully before you buy it because difficulty of using the machine takes away the time you save in speed.

    UPDATE December 2011: I needed another one of B&W Multifunction machines and bought Brother MFC-8890DW High-Performance All-in-One Laser Printer which at 32 ppm is not as fast as these Canon, but more user friendly and has a much better print quality. Since I bought this Canon, they have dropped the price by more than hundred bucks, so if money is your main consideration, then it is not a bad buy at less that three hundred now.

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  2. 10 of 11 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    I have never hated something so much, March 22, 2012
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    Para
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    I bought the Canon Image class all in one mf5950dw, I did not care that the price was a little higher than the other non-wireless printers (about $100.00 more),nice looking device, but hard from the moment you open the box, from removing ALL the tape to installing, but the worse thing is that no matter what you do, the damn thing DOES not detect the paper, how hard is it for a printer to detect paper? after all paper is what feed the usage of the printer, if the printer cannot detect it, what good is the printer for then? This is the second printer, I was hoping that the first one was defective but this @#$%^& printer does the same thing. I give up, I am defecting to HP or Brother.

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  3. 6 of 6 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Fast but not simple, April 18, 2012
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    gturay
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    This item is fast, works well with duplexing, but is not automatic with its scanning vs printing.
    When the computer asks to scan, I must push buttons the the Canon to get it to go into FAX mode.
    It is a lot pricey on toner at the local office stores and is hard to find discount toner, due to it being new, and it goes into energy saving mode, thus having to press two buttons to make a copy.
    I don’t rate this machine very high. I have seen a lot better.

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