Excellent output quality. Relatively fast. Copious connectivity options. USB thumb drive support. Expandable.
ADF is not auto-duplexing. Color running costs could be lower.
- BOTTOM LINE
The Canon Color imageClass MF741Cdw churns out good-looking output at a respectable clip, though an auto-duplexing ADF would round out its otherwise strong feature set nicely.
November 27, 2019 12:44PM EST
Editors’ Rating: excellent
The Canon Color imageClass MF741Cdw ($489) is a midrange color laser all-in-one printer (print, scan, copy, fax) targeted primarily at small to midsize offices and workgroups that require low- to medium-volume printing and copying. Like the somewhat beefier Editors’ Choice Lexmark MC2535adwe, the MF741Cdw is relatively fast and prints terrific-looking text, graphics, and photos. Its running costs are competitive with similarly priced color laser AIOs, but not as low as those of several inkjet laser alternatives such as Epson’s WorkForce Pro WF-C5790 Network Multifunction Color Printer. Overall, though, there’s a lot to like about this middle-of-the-road color laser AIO, including Canon’s exceptionally detailed, brilliant, and accurate color imaging, making the MF741Cdw a good value for environments that require several hundred to a few thousand top-quality prints and copies per month.
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