Canon ImageClass MF3010Though it's lacking Wi-Fi and an autodocument feeder, the Canon ImageClass MF3010 laser printer's strong performance and versatile features have appeal for students and home offices on a budget.
-What's up everyone! It's Justin Yu, associate editor of peripherals here at CNET.com. Today, we're taking a closer look at one of our favorite printers. It's the Canon ImageClass MF3010. It's a mono laser printer and it can only print in black ink. So you wanna keep shopping of if you're looking to print photos, but this machine is perfect for students and professionals that just wanna quick, cheap, and easy way to print e-mails, web articles, recipes and stuff like that. It's called an all-in-one device because not only can you print, but there's also a full color scanner bay and a copy machine built in. It's also a new size shape for the ImageClass. Designed to take up as little space as possible, but you can fit 150 sheets of paper in the input drawer. All the paper drawers and ink cartridge trays fold up into the device and that modular design makes a lot of sense if you're using it in a small dorm room or an office cube. So, there aren't a lot of bells and whistles you get with inkjet printers in here, but that's what we like about this guy. It's simplicity. There is small 1 digit display to indicate the copy setting or status of the machine, and you can easily hook it up to either a Mac or Windows computer pretty quickly. Price at just under 150 bucks, we definitely recommend the ImageClass MF3010 for the work horse in your life. I'm Justin Yu, and you just took a closer look at the Canon ImageClass MF3010 multifunction laser printer. Thanks for watching.