Canon LBP1810 Printer Review
For personal use or small office use, the Canon LBP-1810 laser printer is a great fit. It has a fairly compact footprint that won't take up a lot of space, and it can print up to 22 pages per minute, for relatively fast performance. Perhaps best of all, the cost of Canon LBP-1810 printer toner can help users keep their operating costs in check.
With a height of only 11.8 inches and a footprint of 19.3x24 inches, it can be placed on a desk surface fairly easily. The unit also weighs a somewhat heavy 52 pounds, and this doesn't include the Canon LBP-1810 toner supply. Connection options include both parallel and USB wired connections, and an ethernet network interface for sharing it among multiple users.
The main aspect of the device that is expandable is the paper capacity. While the machine starts with just a 250-sheet main tray and a 100-sheet bypass tray, this should appeal to individuals, as it keeps the design small. Adding extra paper trays can boost it up to a maximum of 1,100 sheets of input paper capacity in total. This gears it more toward a shared office environment.
As a monochrome device, replacing multiple toners isn't a problem, and the single Canon LBP-1810 toner cartridge has a high yield. Each of the Canon LBP-1810 toner cartridges can supply around 10,000 pages, making replacements a rare occurrence even for relatively busy users. Using compatible supplies instead of OEM versions can bring the cost per page down to a fraction of a penny.
If the compact design and solid speeds of the LBP-1810 don't appeal to buyers, the sharp output quality and upgradability probably will. This affordable device is a good solution for light-duty use either for individuals or in a shared small office.