Canon MF5770 Driver Download
Canon MF5770 Driver Download
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Reviews Printers– For those who do not need to print in color and want the AIO laser speed, the Canon imageCLASS MF5770 offers virtually everything a small office or a busy home office need in an AIO monochrome laser. We say almost everything because it does not scan through a network. But it gives you fast performance, excellent quality text, good graphics, and the ability to send faxes from your PC, as well as working as a copier and a separate fax machine. And that’s enough to make it our newest choice for multifunctional laser editors monochrome home and small office.
The MF5770 fits comfortably in a small office, which measures 17.4 by 19.1 by 18.8 inches (HWD) and weighs only 31.3 kilograms. Physical setup is a bit unusual in that you have to mount a paper tray that comes in two parts. However, the setup is very simple, requiring little more than loading the toner cartridge and paper. A final automated routine installation is responsible for the installation of the network.
The performance is impressive. In our suite of business applications (timed with QualityLogic hardware and software, the MF5770 has achieved a total of 8 minutes and 17 seconds, compared to 8:42 for the Brother MFC-8840D, which was the Editor’s Choice earlier and is Now relegated to the second fastest in the two categories. Multifunctional are actually very similar test by test, but the MF5770 is consistently few seconds faster in the test rather give it the edge. In either of these two is much faster than Other options in the category, more particularly laser 1600n laser MFP printer, a little less expensive.
The output quality for text and graphics lies at the upper end of the range of multifunction monochrome laser devices, and the image quality is solid mid-range. The text quality is excellent, which means that the MF5770 can handle any text you need to print. More than half of our test sources were legible in 4 points and even stylized fonts were legible in 8 points.
The graphics got a good rating, which means they are good enough for the internal use of the company, but not to impress a customer or customer. We did not find major problems in our tests, but we saw some minor problems, including a tendency for fine lines to disappear. The quality of the picture, at the fair, it was just good enough for the photos on a client ads or family news. But if you need better photo quality, you should be looking for a color printer.
The only major flaw for the MF5770 is its inability to have been mentioned for scanning over a network. But not every office needs a scanner. If it’s done, the MF5770 can scan for a system connected via a USB cable. This is a reasonable solution in a small office and enough to allow the MF5770 still hold its place as the Editor’s Choice.