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Canon imageCLASS MF8080Cw Color Laser Multifunction Printer (5119B001)


Canon imageCLASS MF8080Cw Color Laser Multifunction Printer (5119B001)


The Canon Color imageCLASS MF8080Cw is a fast and versatile color laser printer, copier, fax, and scanner.

  • Print speeds up to 12 ppm
  • Scan documents to USB drive
  • Includes Wi-Fi support
  • ID Card Copy Feature
  • Uses 4 Single Cartridge Toners with Drum included

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Question by Me: How can I make my Canon MF3110 printer print wirelessly?
I have a Canon MF3110 and I want to print from it wirelessly from a wireless desktop. I tried plugging it into my modem but I don’t have the right wire. Is there anything I can do besides going out and buying the right wire to hook it to the modem?

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Answer by Computer Technician
The printer has to be a wireless printer. (have wireless capability) I have 3 desktop
and one laptop computers here that prints wireless from the same printer.
A wireless printer don’t use any wire. The only wire from my printer is the wire
that plugs into the wall power outlet. My printer is in another room which can be be moved anywhere in the house as long as it’s plugged into a power outlet.

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What customers say about Canon imageCLASS MF8080Cw Color Laser Multifunction Printer (5119B001)?

  1. 84 of 85 people found the following review helpful
    3.0 out of 5 stars
    Great features for the price, November 3, 2011
    By 
    Corey G (Spokane, WA USA) –

    This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF8080Cw Color Laser Multifunction Printer (5119B001) (Office Product)

    This all-in-one is a respectable product. Since I can’t really find any other reviews on this model I thought I would be as in depth as possible. I bought it for my home office with two desktops and one laptop computer. I did not have any problems installing the software or setting it up. I downloaded the most updated software directly from Canon’s website (which I recommend) rather than installing it from the CD. Setup was easy. Follow the unpacking instructions EXACTLY as it is printed, as there are pieces of tape you might otherwise miss. It is about as large as I expected but not overly cumbersome to move with one person, even though two are recommended. The paper tray is wimpy but holds an amount of paper comparable to an ink jet printer.

    This type of Canon all-in-one has an annoying “Adjusting” feature which starts after a seemingly random number of pages printed or copied. During the adjustment you can start jobs but they will not process until the adjustment is complete. About a minute and a half or so. I noticed this in reviews for other similar Canon models. Speed is as expected if you read the specs. Plenty fast but nothing to brag about. The auto sheet feeder works, though everything scanned is slightly cockeyed, but not enough to be a deal breaker for me. Regular computer prints come out straight. The USB port on the front is handy. You can scan directly to a USB flash drive or print from one. The oddity – you can scan TO a PDF, JPEG or TIFF file, directly onto your flash drive. But the only files you can print via flash drive are JPEG files — no PDF’s. (Um, ok???)

    Cartridges are expensive just as they are for similar products of any brand. Comes with starter cartridges (less toner than regular ones). I have printed 9 color pages (which came out AWESOME) and even though the color pages were not printed as recently as the b/w, and none were overly heavy on yellow, the yellow cartridge is now reporting low. All of our settings default to B/W printing so I am not sure how after 9 pages this thing could possibly be low.

    The Scan-to-PC buttons are helpful. Place your documents, press the button (once set up–easy), start the scan and when you get to your computer, the box will have popped up and be waiting for you to complete the job. I haven’t used the fax. Loudness is as expected for a laser printer, not overly quiet but not horribly loud. Energy save comes on after awhile not using the button functions, but it does still print with energy save mode on. The Wi-Fi works great and was easy to set up, I have not used the Ethernet port or USB but assume it would be just as easy.

    Overall I am satisfied with this unit. It seems to be as solidly built as other comparable units. The only thing I wish it had was 2-sided scan and print, but for the price I still think it is a good buy.

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  2. 30 of 33 people found the following review helpful
    1.0 out of 5 stars
    Poor Interface software, quality control and overstated toner capacity, February 7, 2012
    By 
    PC

    This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF8080Cw Color Laser Multifunction Printer (5119B001) (Office Product)

    I have had this printer for a year now. I did not buy it for a primary printer as much as I did for it’s all in one capability and a printer capable of printing small paper sizes for check endorsements and deposit slips.

    I am not at all impressed with the capacity of the cartridges. First of all, the machine ships with “Starter Cartridges” that only have about 1/2 or 1/3 the capacity of a standard cartridge. Standard color is 1500 pages and B&W is 2300 pages. Starter Cartridges are claimed to have 800 page capacity for color and B&W. Secondly, the starter cartridges do not even have the stated capacity of 800 pages at 5% coverage as they claim (see footnote). After just 240 B&W page prints (as indicated by the counter) The toner low warning is on. In this case I can determine most of what I have printed by just counting the number of checks endorsed and deposit slips printed. The print jobs have 81 & 67 characters respectively. Of the 240 print jobs 182 were checks or deposit slips so the remaining 58 were faxes or the occasional copy job. Assuming that the remaining 58 documents fell into the normal 5 % range, that is only a total of about 72 documents at a 5% coverage rate. Even if the color page print count of 178 is included, (maybe some black is used to print color), that is still well below 800 pages. I have sent emails to Canon and they don’t think there is anything wrong with this so I can only conclude their toner capacity is over stated by about 80-90%.

    I have the cn model which lacks the wi-fi feature. The first printer they sent me had either software or hardware problems, it would not work with the network. The second printer worked ok with the network but I was not impressed with the computer interface software. Most functions are not controllable from the computer and it is necessary to set function commands, like paper size and which tray to use, at the printer. As another review mentioned, after printing, it does have an annoying readjust mode that takes up to a minute and a half to complete before another print job can be accepted. In general I would give the printer on board software and the accompanying computer interface software a generious D-. As a network printer, due to the number of functions that need to be controlled at the printer I would give it a failing grade.

    The copy and fax and scan functions work well and are consistent with what would be expected for machine suitable for a small office. It would be nice though if the faxes could be routed to a computer to save paper and toner. It would also be nice to have a scan resolution greater than 300 DPI.

    The only good thing Canon has done right with this printer is to provide excellent access to the paper path. If a paper gets jammed, it is very easy to access any part of the path to facilitate its removal. I have 10 year old HP Laserjet 6P printer that is a great, reliable and inexpensive printer to operate. Unfortunately, once in a great while, in about 1 in ten paper jams, and it almost never jams, it is necessary to dismantle the printer to clear paper from the fuser assembly and takes over an hour.

    Foot Note: Canon tech rep stated in an email, 5% coverage is equal to about 14 lines of text. The first 14 lines of this review has 1279 characters. My 181 endorsment and deposit slip documents have a total of 14560 characters. That would equal about 12 documents at 5% using the tech reps coverage statement.

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  3. 13 of 14 people found the following review helpful
    4.0 out of 5 stars
    Works great but incredibly complicated!, May 31, 2012
    By 
    Spa Girl (NC) –

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    This review is from: Canon imageCLASS MF8080Cw Color Laser Multifunction Printer (5119B001) (Office Product)

    I really wanted a wireless printer. I work from home and I wanted to be able to print from anywhere in the house. Also I have a beautiful glass top desk and my printer sits in a cabinet behind me so every time I wanted to print I had to move my computer to the cabinet, plug in the cable and print. Not that big of a deal, but with the wireless printer, its so much easier!

    We researched a lot of printers and my husband decided this was the best one to get taking in account of replacement cartridges and all of the functions the printer has.

    The big down side of this printer is its level of complexity. In order to print an envelope I have to call Canon and get help. There was a lot to do just to print an envelope!

    However… Canon’s tech support is very helpful and so I can recommend this printer knowing you can call tech support for help. There are 2 trays for feeding paper into the machine, so they helped me set the 2nd tray to envelopes default mode, and then if I want to print a brochure, they can help me go back and reset it to print a brochure or something. That is what I am saying, as long as you are willing to call Canon for support, this is a great printer.

    The print quality is excellent and this printer really is a rock star in terms of features, you just have to know how to set it, such as you have to set it for the type of paper you’re using (paper weight & quality). But again… if you’re willing to call for help, like I am, its a great printer. So far I am very happy with it, except that I am a Mac user and apparently there is a glitch with the scanner and they said I have to call Mac because it has to do with my computer. Other than that, I am really happy and both me and my husband can print from anywhere in the entire house, which I love!

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