The Canon i-SENSYS MF746Cx cranks out pages but was a battle to get working correctly.
Even in a world in which people rely on digital tools and books, there's a large place for printed content. The Canon i-SENSYS MF746Cx is a laser printer that supports both color and black and white printing. It's also a scanner, copier, and fax machine (!). Over the last several weeks, I've thrown everything I can at the Canon i-SENSYS MF746Cx to see how it handles a heavy-duty workload.
I never realized how much printing our house did until I had a professional-grade printer. All of a sudden, all of my friends and family had bulk printing jobs that I never knew about. This gave me a nice opportunity to test out the Canon i-SENSYS MF746Cx, even though I don't work in an office anymore. At points of my review, I had four university students printing out notes, slides, and text. I also printed out playbooks and other materials for my American football team. I went through multiple reams of paper during my review and have gone through almost half the ink that shipped with the device. The device I reviewed was a UK version of the printer, although there's a close U.S. equivalent as well.
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