Canon’s Entry-Level, Low-Volume ImageClass D570 Monochrome Laser All-in-One Printer

  • Review of the Canon ImageClass D570 monochrome laser AIO at PCMagPROS

    Good overall print quality. Respectable print speed. Relatively low price. Two paper input sources.

  • CONS

    High running costs. Lacks automatic document feeder. No memory drive support.


    Canon’s ImageClass D570 mono laser all-in-one printer produces good-looking text and passable graphics at a respectable speed for the price, but an ADF is sorely missing.

[amazon_link asins=’B06XY4B179′ template=’ProductAd’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’79de44c2-c4af-11e7-b10b-31c86a0e7cd4′]A step down from the Editors’ Choice ImageClass MF249dw [amazon_link asins=’B01K9OM9NW’ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’07d044fd-c4af-11e7-af19-dbf9e130b603′], the ImageClass D570 ($229.99)  [amazon_textlink asin=’B06XY4B179′ text=’D570′ template=’CopyOf-PriceLink’ store=’store-1′ marketplace=’US’ link_id=’24c0b7a6-c4af-11e7-86c4-c9854c633799′] is an entry-level monochrome all-in-one (AIO) laser printer designed for use in a home-based or micro office, a small workgroup, or as a personal AIO. A significant difference between the D570 and its $299 sibling is that the latter comes with an automatic document feeder (ADF) for sending multipage documents to the scanner, whereas the former does not. In testing, the MF249dw and the D570 produced similar print quality. These two small laser AIOs have much in common, making the ImageClass D570 a decent less-expensive alternative to the MF249dw as a light-duty monochrome laser AIO.
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