3 reviews

Canon imageCLASS MF3240

$199.00 Released October, 2008

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Low price. Generic toner is available and affordable. Drivers are available for all modern Windows operating systems (32 and 64bit).

The Cons:No duplex functionality. Not compatible with OSX or Linux. Somewhat tall and large.

The imageCLASS MF3240 is a compact laser multifunction printer from Canon, with copier, scanner, and fax capabilities. It is intended for use in the home or small office. It can scan full-page documents in colour at up to 9600 dpi resolution and print in black and white at up to 21 pages per minute.

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Product Shot 2 It's built-in 33.6 Kbps fax modem features eight one-touch speed dial numbers, as well as up to 100 coded speed dial numbers. Included software features OCR (Optical Character Recognition) and all necessary drivers. A one-year limited warranty with exchange is also included.


  • 21 cpm/ppm laser output
  • scan up to 9600 dpi quality with 600 dpi optical resolution
  • 33.6 Kbps Super G3 Fax
  • fax resolution up to 203 x 391 dpi
  • 250 sheet paper tray capacity
  • USB 2.0 Hi-Speed
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • Canon X25 ink cartridge (Yield approx. 2500 pages)
  • paper weight 17 to 34 lbs. 
  • includes multifunction printer, X25 full yield cartridge, cassette extension, cassette cover, output tray, power cord, documentation kit, software CD-ROM

User Reviews (3)

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  • 1

    low price

  • 1

    generic toner is available and affordable

  • 1

    drivers are available for all modern Windows operating systems (32 and 64bit)

  • 1

    multi-function: printer, copier, scanner, fax machine

  • 1

    prints fast

  • 1

    affordable for high yield home / home office use - low cost per page

  • 2

    no duplex functionality

  • 2

    not compatible with OSX or Linux

  • 1

    somewhat tall and large

  • 1

    no document feeder for scanner/copier

  • 1

    no network connectivity

  • 0

    cheaper build - just doesn't feel or look like a quality printer

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