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Canon Color imageCLASS® MF8580Cdw Wireless Laser All-In-One Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax
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Canon Color imageCLASS® MF8580Cdw Wireless Laser All-In-One Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax

Item # 162353 OfficeMax # 23934557
  • Wireless networking for greater flexibility.
  • Speedy printing and copying — up to 21 pages per minute in color or black-and-white.
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  • Wireless networking for greater flexibility.  Makes it to easy to set up your printer where you want — no need to run long cables. A wired network connection is provided, too.
  • Speedy printing and copying — up to 21 pages per minute in color or black-and-white. 
  • Mobile print support lets you print on the go.  Supports Canon Mobile Printing, Apple® AirPrint™ and Google Cloud Print™.
  • 50-sheet auto document feeder makes copying, scanning and faxing multiple pages a snap.  The feeder also supports 2-sided documents.
  • Automatic 2-sided support saves on paper.  Allows 2-sided printing, copying, scanning and PC faxing.
  • 1200 x 1200 max print resolution for crisp, colorful documents. 
  • Reduction/enlargement support lets you rescale photocopies.  Make copies from 25% to 400% of original size.
  • Color scanner lets you convert paper to images.  Features optical resolution of 600 x 600 dpi. Supports JPEG, PDF and TIFF file formats.
  • Includes a 250-sheet primary tray, plus a 50-sheet multipurpose tray. 
  • 7-line color LCD for easy operation. 
  • Greener choice — complies with EPA's Energy Star® standards. 

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Item # 162353 
Manufacturer # 6849B001  
auto double-sided printing yes
automatic document feeder yes
automatic document feeder capacity 50 Sheets
brand name Canon
cable included no
compatible toner/ink Canon 118 Black; Canon 118 VP Black; Canon 118 Cyan; Canon 118 Magenta; Canon 118 Yellow
connector type Wi-Fi (802.11b/g/n); 10/100 Ethernet; USB 2.0
dimensions 18.9"H x 17"W x 19.1"D
fax transmission speed 3 spp (33.6 Kbps)
flatbed/sheetfed Flatbed; Sheetfed
functionality print; copy; scan; fax
ink/toner cartridge(s) included starter-capacity cartridge(s)
inkjet/laser laser
LCD size 7-line
manufacturer Canon, Inc.
maximum black and white copy speed 21
maximum black and white print speed 21
maximum color copy resolution 600 x 600 dpi
maximum color copy speed 21 ppm
maximum color print speed 21 ppm
maximum copy enlargement 400
maximum copy reduction 25
maximum monthly volume 40,000
maximum optimized color print resolution 1200 x 1200 dpi
maximum sheet size 8 1/2" x 14"
memory 512
memory card reader No
mobile printing app based and email
model Color imageCLASS MF8580Cdw
networking no value
number of paper trays 2
operating system compatibility Windows XP; Windows Vista; Windows 7; Windows 8; Windows Server 2003; Windows Server 2008 R2; Windows Server 2012; Mac OS X 10.5.8+; Linux (print only)
PC faxing capability yes
postconsumer recycled content 0%
scanner optical resolution 600 x 600
total paper tray capacity 300
total recycled content 0%
touch-screen no
warranty length 1-yr limited
wide-format printing no

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Canon Color imageCLASS� MF8580Cdw Wireless Laser All-In-One Printer, Copier, Scanner, Fax 2.9 5 25 25
great printer Delivery was timely. It was easy to set up, including wireless. Results are really good. I have printed from my Ipad and Iphone. Too easy. I would highly recommend it. October 13, 2014
Worst printer ever purchased yet most expensive This printer won't print multiple envelopes. In my 25 years of business, this is the worst printer I've purchased. ALL the previous ones could easily print multiple envelopes. September 27, 2014
Good with some issues The MF8580Cdw was not quite what I expected but after using for a bit some of my main cons about it have become less important. I am used to scanning from the computer rather than from the printer/scanner. People have been complaining about this function and rightly so. One has to keep periodically setting the Remote Scanner option in order to do this. However, is discovered after a bit that if programmed correctly one can scan directly from the MF8580Cdw directly to the computer using the programmable PC Scan buttons (two buttons on console) without pressing any other buttons on the MF8580Cdw with possible exception of the energy saver button to wake up the MF8580Cdw from power saving mode. With proper programming these buttons can be programmed to handle single page scanning or multi-page scanning from the Document Feeder. If you do use scanning from the scanner plate (platen) then you may have to press the Store and Finish or Next soft button when doing multiple pages or finished scanning. In some ways this is actually easier than scanning from the computer. One other limitation using the PC Scan buttons on the console is that you can only do one sided scanning or two sided scanning once the option is set until you reprogram the PC Scan button to do a different sided setting or you could set one PC Scan Button to do one sided scanning with the other PC Scan Button doing two sided scanning. I chose to have one do color and the other grayscale with both doing one sided scanning. I still believe the MF8580Cdw should have its firmware changed so that once the Remote Scanner option is selected then it would stay selected until changed. One reliability concern though is when I first got the MF8580Cdw I did not remember it making a clicking sound in addition to what I consider to be normal laser sounds including paper transport sounds. Now I hear which is most noticeable after what I recognize as normal sounds a click/thud sound sounding repeatedly for several seconds both when the MF8580Cdw is turned on and mostly at the end of printing cycle. It still does seem to print ok so I do not know if this is a problem. I have experienced the problem reported in another review regarding the envelopes sealing after being printed on though mine seem to unseal easily enough. I have noticed though that the Multi-Paper Drawer paper transport mechanism does seem to ever so slightly mangle the left edge of the envelope when printing on it if you look closely. It is as though the transport mechanism put multiple tiny diagonal folds in the envelope. For the most part I have been pleased with the print quality which so far I have only used the General setting. At first the printer had a ghosting problem but after applying some settings changes and/or the problem just went away after getting more usage of the printer the ghosting seems to have stopped. it is a little annoying that a print job takes a bit to start up (which I understand about first page print startup) but there is almost as much of a stop job time after last page of print job finishes and this stop time seemingly has to occur before it can start the next print job seemingly indicating that the start up time is not mostly drum warm up time. This should not be much of a problem for me though. Fax driver software could be more flexible. Other Fax driver software I have used is more versatile and display of the Faxed files is less than desirable as each file is not easily identifiable as to what the Fax file sent is. The Fax software also does not automatically count the number of sent pages for you and place the count on the cover sheet. There could be a Cover Sheet Font Size option. I still have not discovered a convenient way to have the MF8580Cdw share a voice line and have it automatically select Fax or Voice when there is Voicemail as opposed to an answering machine attached to the MF8580Cdw. It can use such a shared phone line but the problem seems to be unable to get both voicemail and Faxes. It seems you can only get one or the other so that manual intervention is necessary to do a Fax receive. September 18, 2014
Noisy, Slow, Difficult Settings I have been a tech person for many years. I've worked all all different types of equipment. I replaced a stand alone fax machine and two printers with this one. The set up was difficult and time consuming. It is noisy. It is slow. To be able to print envelopes and checks from the multi-purpose tray takes a great deal of time to change the settings and paper sizes. For something that should be automatic, printing anything from the multipurpose tray is complicated. I would not recommend this printer. September 15, 2014
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