Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Laser All-in-One Printer
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Product Description

Enhancing home and small office operation, Canon's imageCLASS MF4350d provides duplex output capabilities for printing, copying and receiving faxes. With this duplexing capability customers will be able to significantly reduce paper consumption by duplex printing documents from a PC, or on incoming faxes. The unit also allows users to copy single-sided pages to double-sided output. Through the device's 35-sheet automatic document feeder (ADF), output is easily duplex printed for a more streamlined office workflow.The MF4350d boasts print and copy speeds of up to 23 pages-per-minute (ppm) for letter-sized output, and delivers Quick First Prints or copy pages in approximately nine seconds. The unit also offers a large paper handling of up to 250 pages in a front loading cassette.The MF4350d device prints sharp monochrome text with resolution up to 1200 x 600 dpi. Through use of the platen glass or the automatic document feeder (ADF) color scans are captured in 24-bit color at an interpolated resolution of up to 9600 dpi. The device also transmits documents seamlessly and quickly with Super G3 fax, reaching speeds of approximately 33.6 Kbps. It features eight one-touch speed dial numbers, 100 coded speed dial numbers, 256-page memory capacity, PC faxing, and two-sided duplex output to provide a robust fax solution in a compact desktop design.The MF4350d also incorporates the Canon single cartridge system, which combines the toner and drum in one easy-to-replace unit, resulting in excellent image quality retention and eliminating the complication and warehousing of separate toner and drum consumables.

Offering the convenient and eco-friendly option of duplex printing, the Energy Star certified MF4350D from Canon's imageCLASS line is a multi-function unit that's ideal for small to medium-sized offices. This compact desktop solution provides all the office functions your business requires, without taking up too much valuable space. It prints, copies, faxes, and scans to create professional quality results that can help increase workgroup productivity, cut costs, and keep your home or office running smoothly.

The Canon imageCLASS MF4350D:
  • Prints text at up to 1200 x 600 dpi
  • Provides color scanning resolution up to 9600 dpi
  • Prints copies at up to 23 ppm
  • Sends traditional and PC faxes at speeds up to 33.6 kbps

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The imageCLASS MF4350D streamlines office operations. View larger.

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Give Your Business An Edge
A must for smaller offices that demand professional results, the MF4350D is a smart, cost-effective choice that can give your business an edge. Because it performs the work of four separate machines in a single space-saving unit, it can fit in almost any office, streamline maintenance requirements, and keep day-to-day operations simple and stress-free. You'll never have to worry about keeping track of a variety of user manuals, repair center numbers, or warranties. Everything you need to tackle jobs both big and small is right at your fingertips.

Duplex Versatility
To help enhance everyday operation, the MF4350D offers duplex output capabilities for printing, copying and receiving faxes. You can also choose to copy single-sided pages as double-sided output via the 35-sheet automatic document feeder. These options help you significantly reduce paper consumption, which is great for both the environment and your bottom line.

Smart, Efficient Paper Handling
Business success often rests on the ability to produce quality output fast. That's why the MF4350d boasts print and copy speeds of up to 23 pages-per-minute (ppm) for letter-sized output and delivers quick "first prints" or copy pages in approximately nine seconds. It also helps you cut down on wasted time spent re-filling paper by handling up to 250 pages in a front loading cassette.

Professional Quality Results
The MF4350D device prints sharp monochrome text with resolution up to 1200 x 600 dpi for impressive clarity. Through use of the platen glass or the automatic document feeder (ADF), color scans are captured in 24-bit color at an interpolated resolution of up to 9600 dpi. The MF4350D also transmits documents seamlessly and quickly with Super G3 Fax, reaching speeds of approximately 33.6 Kbps. Additionally, it features eight one-touch speed dial numbers, 100 coded speed dial numbers, 256-page memory capacity, PC Faxing, and two-sided duplex output to provide a robust fax solution in a compact desktop design.

Space-Saving Single Cartridge System
The MF4350D also incorporates the Canon Single Cartridge System, which combines the toner and drum in one easy-to-replace unit. This results in excellent image quality retention, while eliminating the complication of finding space for separate toner and drum consumables.

The MF4350D is backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
MF4350d, set-up instructions, Danon drivers, RJ-11 fax cord, registration card, cartridge 104, manuals, NetSPOT device installer, power cord, and warranty card.

  • Multifunction monochrome laser printer that scans, faxes, and copies
  • 250-sheet paper tray; 35-sheet ADF; built-in duplexer
  • High-resolution color scanning up to 9600 dpi
  • 33.6kbps Super G3 faxing for ultra-fast transmissions
  • Print and copy speeds up to 23 ppm

Customer Reviews:

  • Great Printer
    I do a lot of document printing and was looking for a printer that would be effective for duplex printing. I have had this printer for a month and so far absolutely love it. I also considered several inkjet printers, but the duplex feature on these models worked painfully slow. This printer can print two-sided documents very quickly and neatly. The printer starts up very quickly from its energy-saving sleep mode. It copies and scans well, though may be a little slow for some when it comes to scanning documents into PDF. The included software, by the way, does allow for scanning multiple documents into a single PDF file for those using a PC (MAC users have reported that they are unable to do this). If color printing is not important to you and you don't need to network your printer, then for the price point this is a wonderful printer for the home or small office user....more info
  • Excellent Basic Laser All in One
    I need to use a printer just few times a month. I was tired of spending money on cheap ink jet printers with expensive cartridges. The cartridges dried up before I had finished using them, and every few months I found myself needing new Ink Jet cartridges.

    Printing color photos at the local drug store or super market is so convenient, that I didn't really see the need to have a color printer at home.

    I chose the Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Laser All-in-One Printer (2711B001AA) Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Laser All-in-One Printer (2711B001AA) primarily because I was looking for a basic laser printer with fax and copy functionality.

    The setup was relatively easy, though the printer is bigger than I anticipated. Be sure to install drivers before connecting USB cable. Also, uninstall your old printer driver if don't plan to use it. I found that an older Dell printer driver interfered with the Scanning function.

    The copies are crisp and sharp. The printer wakes up from Energy saver mode fast.

    I did not have any compatibility issues with Windows XP. The fax works with a digital phone line.

    I find it annoying that a USB printer costing hundreds of dollars does not include a compatible $2 USB cable. I believe that this is bone from printer manufacturers to the big box retailers so that they can rip you off by selling you "24K gold-plated and corrosion-proof connectors for maximum conductivity and error-free transmission" for $50. Fortunately I was able to recycle the cable from my older printer, but if you don't have one, be sure to order a USB A-B Cable with the printer. It should cost you about $5.

    I also recommend that you give serious consideration to the Networked sibling Canon ImageCLASS MF4370dn Laser All-in-One Printer (2711B019AA) if you have would like a similar printer with networking. For me, the networking functionality did not justify an additional $80. ...more info
  • Great multi purpose machine
    We bought this for use in a home preschool. Prior to this we've been using an Epson color inkjet printer. It works well but the ink costs kill. In the month we've had it we've run through 1500 copies/print jobs. That used up the original starter toner, but it did go for about 1300 pages. I bought a replacement Canon cartridge at the time of purchase. As well we've scanned a number of docs into PDF files for storage and easy printing later. We've also used the fax send and receive. It all works great. ...more info
  • Great multifunction printer
    This has been a great printer for me. The problems mentioned in the previous reviews have been fixed - There is a new firmware update already on the Canon site for the scan issue. The people complaining about the printer either had unique issues with their machine or just plain didn't read the box. No, it doesn't come with networking, so if you are looking for that, then try one of Canon's other printers. It has great print quality, a nice set of software tools, and is easy to use.

    One other note about the printer: The toner cost is fairly reasonable at around $65-70 (online). I am still using the original starter cartridge a couple of months later, so I am thinking that I will get even more life out of a full cartridge. I was so used to toner cartridges over $100, so this was a nice surprise....more info
  • Great All in One if you use a MAC !!!
    This is a really great little printer for the money, It is; fast, quiet, and really easy to use. Prints are clean and professional. It is only black and white, but you can scan color items and print on an inkjet ( I use my old epson ) It is also totally MAC compatible! You have the option to scan or copy using either the feed or the flatbed.... Gotta say, I love this machine ! Although you have to go to canon's website to download the drivers for Mac, if you call their support at 1-800-385-2155( if you're a bone head like me) they will walk you through it and make sure everything is configured right. I give this two thumbs up !Canon ImageCLASS MF4350d Laser All-in-One Printer (2711B001AA)...more info
  • Great Multifunction printer for the money!
    This is a great little printer, copier, fax and scanner!! I have used it a lot in the past 6 months and have only JUST replace the toner cartridge!! The scanner will scan either color or black and white. You won't be sorry!! I have it set up with a MF Print server and use it with my entire wireless network without a problem!!...more info
  • NOT wireless compatible - STONEAGE print drivers
    This computer has many great features, especially the duplex printing option; HOWEVER, the Canon software engineers are "supporting" this printer with crappy drivers. To use this printer, you MUST run a USB cable DIRECTLY from your computer to the printer. You CANNOT hookup your printer to a wireless base station. This is old school and shows that Canon is falling behind in its software. Too bad, because the hardware is solid....more info
  • Fantastic little printer
    This is a great multifunctional first print/copy, great price and easy to set it up...I was in the copier/printer industry for over 25 years so I have seen many machines...for the price/value this one is exceptional. ...more info
  • Great Value But Can't Network
    This is a great multi-function machine to buy if you just need to print from one computer. You won't find a machine with better features in this price range. One big caveat is that it will NOT work with a USB print server. Another reviewer mentioned this problem and I have confirmed it. For network capability, you have to pay more for the network-capable model. ...more info
  • Cannot scan documents from the START button on the machine
    I am a bit disappointed after I've played with this copier ImageCLASS MF4350d. Note that Canon calls this a copier, not a printer. Thus, when you call Canon or search its site for help/technical support, make sure you select the "Copier" category.

    This ImageCLASS MF4350d has been in the market for a while but no one reports this problem: up to this moment of writing this review, the machine cannot scan a document by using its own START button. Everything must be scanned via the software "Toolbox" from the computer.

    I bought it a few days ago. I called Canon 1-800 for help but it was useless. Then I went back to the store and tried their demo machine; it has the same problem. Whenever I push the START button on the machine for scanning, there is always a beeping sound as a return but the LCD doesn't show any error - it always indicates "Scanning Mode." So I called Canon again to go over the story. Finally they admitted the problem and said that they are aware of this issue; their engineers are working on the new firmware to fix this. However it won't be soon. The new firmware may be possibly released next month but could be later. I also wrote an email to Canon support to confirm this information one more time, besides their verbal confirmation over the phone.

    In addition, the scanning has no detection senor. Thus, the scanned document (scanned from the computer) will go as large as the paper size, which is usually the Letter/A4 size depending on your settings. The scanned document will NOT be resized automatically according to the actual object(s). It is different from its ink jet printers, which usually detect the size of the document or photo and then resize automatically.

    If scanning a document directly from the machine's START button is important to you, you should wait to buy until the new firmware comes. If resizing the document or photo automatically is important to you, this copier or printer is not for you; you may consider others or Canon ink jet type printer. After all, this all-in-on laser printer is classified a copier internally by Canon.
    ...more info
  • Fast copier & printer; a good document scanner as well, for Mac.
    I have both Canon ImageClass MF4350D and MF4350. Both of these multifunction units work very well on both PCs and Macs. The copier responds very quickly; almost non-existent warm-up time. Copy and print quality is excellent; very crisp and clean.

    DELETED: review re scan driver for mac;
    UPDATE: I have recently found a glitch on the Mac twain scan driver/software. In black and white mode, it will often have black stripes on the bottom 1/4th of the first page being scanned from the ADF. Very strange problem that ruins the scans, but can't be fixed. Only way to get around it is by scanning in full color, but then the document size becomes much bigger. For your document scanning needs, look to Fujitsu ScanSnap S1500M....more info
  • good, practical machine
    Does everything I have asked and very easy to use.... very happy with it... the comments on having to access the scan feature through your PC actually is a benefit... I keep a desktop button that is easy to find and when I want to scan, it is a very simple process to just press the button on the PC.....more info
  • Good Multifunction printer with important shortcomings.
    Printing and copying are fast with good, although not so crisp print quality. There are many problem issues with this printer:
    - Although duplex printing is advertised as selling point, this only applies to printing from PC. There is no 2 on 2 sided copying and certainly not 2 on 2 sided scanning, neither from ADF nor glass platen. It only does 1 on 2, or 2 on 1, for these functions. You would still need to turn the paper stack over manually and be aware of orientation and repeat the copy or scan process to get a 2 on 2. This feature is not explicitly mentioned in specs, and just hearing the word duplex printing might fool you to think it does have these features.
    - Print quality is not as sharp or crisp as in Inkjet prints, which is ironic and interesting.
    - Paper wrinkles in a wavy manner after print, applied heat seems to be excessive.
    - scanning is unreliable and frustrating when using multiple papers through the ADF. It is slow and frequently fails and gives error message only at the end of the scan.
    - It is too loud for home environment when dialing fax, even with lowest monitor volume settings, unless you turn it off, but then you don't know what is happening.
    - The menu functions are tediously complicated and not user friendly. You have to go through a lot of steps to complete a function.
    - Overall construction quality is flimsy, with cheap plastic all around. must be very careful when you move it around.
    I would recommend this MFP only for basic light office work, or in a house room with good sound isolation. ...more info
  • No printing? No way!
    This product is the newer version of the MFC 4150. I have both a new iMAC and a PC running Vista. I was able to have this multifunction printer do everything except PRINT! I could scan, copy and fax with my my computer but something was wrong with the printer drivers for either computer. I called tech support and went through their hoops with no success. The drivers did not fix the problem. My suspicion is that this new release printer has a bug in its driver. Either way I returned the product and got a full refund. I ended up ordering the former model the 4150 which has a better track record (as evident from the numerous reviews). For some odd reason the 4150 is also 10 dollars more expensive. There must a reason for that right?

    PS: It was the tech support for Canon that recommended I return the printer. They stated they were out of ideas....more info