Canon imageCLASS D1370 MFP FAX Driver
Canon imageCLASS D D Laser Multifunction Printer - Monochrome - Plain Paper Print - Desktop - Copier/Fax/Printer/Scanner - 35 ppm Mono Print. Canon Canon B imageCLASS D Wireless Multifunction Laser Printer, Global Product Type:Multifunction - Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax. Canon imageCLASS D printer prints and copies up to 35 pages per minute. Built-in fax lets you easily transmit documents over phone lines and supports Missing: MFP.
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Canon imageCLASS D1370 MFP FAX Driver
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All the graphics showed some dithering, in the form of visible dot patterns. Certain graphics with black backgrounds appeared slightly blotchy.
One illustration should have shown a gradient between dark and light zones, but the area in question printed out as uniformly dark. One test illustration is a graph consisting of colored lines against a black background.
Some of the lines are very thin. Of course, with a monochrome printer, these lines should show up as white. We officially judge graphics quality with output made using the default driver, but even with the PCL and PostScript drivers I would have ranked the graphics quality as slightly sub-par. Photo quality was typical of a mono laser, good enough to be able to print out recognizable images from files Canon imageCLASS D1370 MFP FAX Web pages.
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As with the graphics, all of the prints showed Canon imageCLASS D1370 MFP FAX dot patterns. Another problem was aliasing, the tendency for straight lines or borders between bright and dark zones to appear sawtoothed or jagged. Text quality was slightly below par for a mono laser, which is still very good, fine for standard business uses, though not good enough for applications using very small fonts, such as desktop publishing.
Other Issues The D has relatively high running costs for a mono laser, at 3. This is true of the other D series models as well. It has the same advantages over the Canon D, which also Canon imageCLASS D1370 MFP FAX the ability to fax.
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The output quality using the host-based driver was basically identical to the other two machines; the PCL and PostScript drivers may improve output in some situations, though with a hit Canon imageCLASS D1370 MFP FAX speed. If you need the paper capacity or the duplexing ADF, the D may be your preferred choice, but the Brother is more economical and has better overall output. More Laser Printer Reviews: