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Old 09-08-2011, 02:17 AM
 
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Canon PC430 Portable Desktop Personal Copier

Rating: 5 out of 5
  • Currently 5.0/5.0

We've had this copier for less than a year and it's been a great product for home use. We make less than 500 copies per month so the store we purchased the unit at recommended this machine, which seemed almost too small at the time. The machine copies at 4-6 copies per minute, which is fine for our purposed most of the time. If we need to do a bigger job we still have to outsource our copies. This little Canon is nice if you need to travel for your job and have to have quick access to a copy machine. It's very light weight, doesn't need to warm up and is very compact. The manufacturer boasts that the copies come out looking like originals, which is true and is nice if you have to make multiple copies for business people for a meeting. It's much less expensive to operate than a printer and provides you with the same quality. The machine can reduce and enlarge, copy photos, can copy up to 50 pages at a time and has a bypass feeder for two-sided copying. The product also came with a one year limited warranty with promised over night delivery of a new product if it needed to be replaced. The supplies are inexpensive and last a long time. It is also very easy to clear paper jams and to operate. We compared it with other personal copiers on the market like Xerox and Konica/Minolta. The Canon personal copier products are much easier to purchase at a retail store than the Xerox. Xerox tries to make you purchase the copier from a dealer or directly from them and they drag out the process too much for a people like us who only need it for small home use.

Review by professional reviewer, Aug. 25, 2011
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