Canon LBP800 Printer Review
Those who are looking for a compact personal laser printer should look no further than the Canon LBP-800. Perfect for a small desktop, its size is a mere 13.6x12.3x10.5 inches. Don't worry about moving it around either, because the 13.7 pound weight will be light enough for even a child to carry. The frame is white too, which means no matter a room's décor, the printer will fit right in. Parallel and ethernet connective options offer fast setup and usage. Though many operating systems are not compatible, Windows operating system is. Upon purchase, only 128 KB of RAM are installed, but that can be upgraded at anytime all the way up to 512 KB.
A black-and-white capable unit, only one Canon LBP-800 toner cartridge is needed for operation. This black printer toner will last buyers a maximum of 2,500 pages before needing replaced or running out. Using the Canon LBP-800 toner, resolutions of up to 600x600 dpi can be reached.
This unit offers something a lot of units don't—versatility. Many different media types, like transparencies, postal card paper and plain paper are all supported. Even envelopes can be printed on, and media sizes up to 8.5x14 inches are supported too. A 125-sheet automatic loading feeder makes printing easy.
What most users find annoying about the 800 is its slow speeds of only 10 pages per minute. Offices wouldn't be able to work with this at all, and some home users may even find themselves waiting at the printer's side more often than they'd like. For those with patience it will do just fine.
Remanufactured Canon LBP-800 toner cartridges are available all over the web for those who would like to save money while printing. Remanufactured toners are just as good as the original OEM versions, but they cost a lot less.