Canon imageCLASS MF236n All in One, Mobile Ready Printer, Black

July 17, 2018 - Comment

The all-in-one, Canon imageCLASS MF236n laser printer offers high quality output, feature-rich capabilities and reliability that is ideal for any small office or home office environment. The image class mf236n has print, scan, copy and fax capabilities so you can accomplish all necessary tasks with just one machine. With many easy to use features such

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The all-in-one, Canon imageCLASS MF236n laser printer offers high quality output, feature-rich capabilities and reliability that is ideal for any small office or home office environment. The image class mf236n has print, scan, copy and fax capabilities so you can accomplish all necessary tasks with just one machine. With many easy to use features such as the intuitive touch LCD panel and various mobile solutions, your daily workflow will be a breeze. Your professional quality documents are printed at speeds of up to 24 pages per minute in black and white with a quick first print time of 6 seconds or less. The tiltable, 6-Line LCD panel allows you to navigate through the menu seamlessly. The wide screen is user friendly and easy to read, and you can also customize your home screen to access your most commonly used features quickly and easily. The image class mf236n is equipped with a variety of easy to use mobile capabilities for printing on-the-go using your compatible mobile device, such as apple air print, mopria print service and Google cloud print. You can also scan hardcopy originals using the Canon print business app. With ID card copy, you can easily create copies of identification cards or other small documents on a single page, and eco-friendly 2-on-1 and 4-on-1 printing options save paper and related costs. With the front-loading 250-sheet paper cassette, 35-sheet automatic document feeder and 1-sheet multipurpose tray, your paper handling requirements are covered. The image class mf236n uses approximately 1.3 watts of energy in wired, energy Saver mode, helping you save money on energy costs. The single cartridge system combines the toner and drum into 1 unit, making replacement of cartridges simple. This machine uses Canon genuine toner, cartridge 137.

Product Features

  • All in One functionality allows you to print, scan, copy and fax with ease.
  • Seamlessly navigate through all the features with the user-friendly 6-line, tilt able, black/white touch LCD panel.
  • Print at speeds of up to 24 pages per minute, with your first Print in your hands in 6 seconds or less.
  • Print on-the-go with Canon PRINT Business, Apple AirPrint, Mopria Print Service, and Google Cloud Print.
  • Low energy consumption; uses 2 W or less in energy saver mode,Cable Included
    Power Cord, Phone Cable (USB not included)

Comments

seahut says:

Love the machine. Hate the manual Works great. Unpacking the thing was frustrating—instructions for removing the shipping blocks inside the printer were confusing. You must lift parts of the printer out in order to remove the orange shipping blocks and crap. I knew when I ordered it that you had to provide one of the cables yourself, not a big deal. Owners manual leaves out quite a bit of instructions on doing normal things, so you have to commit some time to playing with it. For example: the screen icons for document, scan etc. have a learning curve to them. I recommend it despite the manual. No more ink drying out when not used for long periods of time. Loading the paper is crisp and easy, and it works well with address labels too. Scanner works flawlessly and easily despite the lack of instruction in the book(you must select the photo icon instead of “Document” icon). When I first tried to scan a document, I kept getting an install error—by chance I hit “photo” and it works every time. Go…

Revontuli says:

The printer works great now that it’s hooked up It works, but I had to call tech support to get it working (had to re-install the driver software and make a few tweaks). Also, I had wrongly assumed this printer was wireless and it is not. I’ll keep it, but it was maddening to find that out. The printer works great now that it’s hooked up, but lordy, lordy, the documentation is AWFUL. 1980s style, and obviously translated from another language. I consider myself mildly technically adept, but I couldn’t even figure where to start. I finally just gave up on the manual, plugged the darn printer in, and winged it (with help from tech support). I think I’ll be happy with this printer, though: it prints great, and with the cost savings by not having to buy any more HP ink, it will pay for itself within 6 months.

BPS Reader says:

2017 Good value, terrible software setup I would have given … from BPS on September 2, 2017Good value, terrible software setupI would have given more stars but the setup was horrible. This was a replacement for an HP M1522nf All-in-one Laser Printer that had served me well for probably 10 years or more.The good: Careful packaging, compact printer. Easy to unpack and physically set up. Print quality is good. First page out is fast. Control panel is relatively intuitiveThe bad: Software setup, driver installation, etc. was horrible.Issue 1 – Out of the chute it wants you to be a local administrator (this is on Win 7 Enterprise, SP1). Even though I am a member of the Administrator group, I had to create a Local Computer Admin user and log in as that. This after calling Canon Tech Support and being told they “had no idea, must be a Windows issue…” Searched Google for the error and got a dozen hits before finally coming upon the local administrator lead.Issue 2 – even after installing the…

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