Canon LBP350 Printer Review
Inkjet printers may offer a very low upfront price, but sometimes the consumables used inside can get a little pricey. Laser printers, on the other hand, tend to offer a more expensive upfront price than inkjets, but they tend to offer a lower cost per page overall. Though personal users may spend a little more on the initial purchase of a laser machine, overall an inkjet may cost more, because toners offer such a low cost per page. One monochrome printer that has affordable printer toner is the Canon LBP-350.
The Canon LBP-350 is a desktop printer specifically designed for home users. Its speeds prove this, printing only 8 pages per minute using Canon LBP-350 toner. These speeds are nothing to write home about—there are units on the market that can print up to 5 times as quick is that. For college students these speeds would be more of a hindrance than a help. However, home users who print only a page or two at a time or very rarely in general probably won't think that these speeds are a problem at all. One good thing is that the unit has a warm-up time of only 8 seconds, but the first print out will probably take around 18 seconds to be produced.
The one Canon LBP-350 toner cartridge used inside is filled with black printer toner. Up to 2,500 pages can be created before toners need replaced, and the cost per page is minimal. To save even more money, though, buyers should use remanufactured Canon LBP-350 toner from third party vendors. Remanufactured replacements are an excellent economical decision because they cost only a fraction of the OEM product price, while offering the same high quality results. They will even offer the same number of pages. Overall it is a great product to consider, and the remanufactured Canon LBP-350 toner only makes it a better buy!