Good-Looking Text and Graphics and a High Cost Per Page with Canon’s imageClass D1520

[amazon_link asins=’B01CXJ7X5K’ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’1c9c16e5-c7e1-11e7-8722-a3c87f235499′]The Canon imageClass D1520 ($324) [amazon_link asins=’B01CXJ7X5K’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’2c1aeb04-c7e1-11e7-b6e8-e338ba721876′] is a monochrome laser all-in-one printer designed for medium-volume use in a small office or workgroup. It has high standard and optional paper capacities, but it doesn’t print photos and graphics as well as some competing models, including the Editors’ Choice HP LaserJet Pro imageClass D1520.[amazon_link asins=’B01CXJ7X5K’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’3ac50960-c7e1-11e7-8077-51f8f47cda08′] Unlike its more expensive sibling, the Canon imageClass D1550 [amazon_link asins=’B01CXJ7X7S’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’4de34b8b-c7e1-11e7-aa3b-8bf7ad85e004′], it lacks Wi-Fi Direct and near-field communication (NFC), and both imageClass models’ running costs are too high. Otherwise, its strong feature set makes it a decent choice for environments that print primarily text and require high paper input capacity.

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