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Canon imageCLASS LBP6000 Compact Laser Printer

by Canon

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  • Print in black and white at up to 19 ppm
  • Quick First Print provides first print time of approximately 8 seconds or less
  • 150-sheet front loading paper cassette, Without USB

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  • Media: Office Product
  • Item Quantity: 1

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25.1 x 36.1 x 19.8 cm ; 5 Kg
  • Shipping Weight: 7 Kg
  • Item model number: 4286B008AA
  • ASIN: B004BDMP8M
  • Date first available at Amazon.ca: March 24 2011
  • Amazon Bestsellers Rank: #230,840 in Electronics (See Top 100 in Electronics)
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Product Description

Delivering 19 pages-per-minute, Quick First Print of approximately 8 seconds, advanced print modes, and a 150-sheet front loading cassette, the imageCLASS LBP6000 can satisfy any small business or home office user looking for quality laser output.



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273 of 278 people found the following review helpful
Tiny Toner Toaster Feb. 12 2013
By Jonathan Savory - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I've now been using the LBP-6000 for a few weeks and I am very satisfied. My first laser printer was a third-hand HP LaserJet (notice the absence of any numbers or letters tacked to the end - I mean the very first LaserJet ever) which weighed as much as a kitchen stove, wasn't much smaller, and required a team of retired HP engineers to keep it running. And it still cost me three figures.

Well, we've arrived here in 2013 and I've purchased a printer that is superior in every respect to the old LaserJet, and equal at least to the past two or three other desktop LaserJets I've owned more recently. And this time it cost me well under three figures. Wow.

The very best features of the LBP-6000 are its value and its size. The LBP-6000 is currently the cheapest laser printer made by a company you've actually heard of. And, it's tiny. Though bigger than a toaster, it isn't much bigger than two toasters set side-by-side.

Print quality is just as good as the output from any other reasonably-priced laser printer. Text is solid and clear while images are well balanced and attractive.

The printer body is well built. The paper tray has simple but effective and strong paper guides. I've yet to have a paper-jam, so I can't speak to the ease of un-jamming the printer, but it is very easy to open the toner compartment and doing so reveals essentially the entire paper path, so no problems expected.

I would not describe the printer as quiet, but the volume is not overly distracting.

Printing speed is fair - and for the price, it's absolutely amazing. The quoted 19 PPM seems entirely accurate. There is a slight delay of 7-8 seconds between instructing the computer to print and when the printer actually begins. This delay is longer than what I've come to expect from other laser printers I've used recently, but again, it's a matter of a few seconds. And for the price... who cares.

Mac Owners Beware: I have docked one point from this review due to very complicated and poorly supported method for installing this printer in Mac OSX. Only my Mac with the most recent version of Mac OSX installed them correctly. You must download and install only the very most up-to-date version of the Canon CAPT application which (important here) matches the version of Mac OSX you use. See the Canon support website for those files. The disk packaged with the printer is for Windows ONLY.

Once the CAPT application and drivers are installed, follow these directions closely:

Credit: boochap of the Apple Discussions Community:

1. System Preference > Print and Fax

2. Click on "+" to add printer.

3. You will see LBP6000/LBP6018 in the box that appears. Ignore it. Instead, click on "More printers..." in the bottom left corner of the same box.

4. Another box will appear with a dropdown menu at the top, giving you two choices. Choose "CANON USB (CUPS CAPT)," which will give you the model number again. Click on it, then "Add," and voila!
85 of 89 people found the following review helpful
Excellent value, fast, easy to set up, great quality Sept. 29 2012
By romaloa - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Great little printer, actually take it with me on assignments. Cost per print low, if you don't buy original cartridges. These are too expensive. I bought a couple of cartridges also on Amazon for less than $25 (this is for the two!!). Had some trouble at first, just have to make sure you load them correctly, and the plastic cover opens.
Can't beat the price, speed. and quality.
430 of 486 people found the following review helpful
Buyer Be Aware April 4 2013
By Joanne L. - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
I hesitated to write this review but I figure future buyers should be "aware." The printer works fine. The quality is excellent. The footprint is small which is really nice when space is limited. The seller shipped the printer when they said they would and it arrived in about a week which is normal when shipping from California to southern Florida.

So what's the problem? I had to call tech support because my computer wasn't finding the driver. I have a Mac and it's usually really easy to install new hardware but this one was a little different. That's not the problem. The problem is . . . (drumroll) ... the printer is not distributed from the U.S., it's distributed from Canada. The tech asked for the printer's serial number to register my printer and when I gave him the serial number, he said that the number I gave him wasn't in any of his databases. I looked on the back of the printer to make sure I had copied the number correctly when I saw that the printer is made in Taiwan (not the problem) but sold in Canada (the problem). Apparently the one year warranty on the printer is only for printers from U.S. distributors. Even though I bought the printer from a U.S. store, the printer originally came from Canada and, therefore, the warranty does not apply.

I didn't return the printer because 1) I'm lazy and 2) the warranty is only for one year and if something goes wrong it's usually after the warranty runs out

I would have given this printer 5 stars on the quality alone but I wanted to get your attention. If a warranty is important to you, I would call the seller and make sure that your printer came from the U.S.
64 of 71 people found the following review helpful
Plug and Play & Update & Windows 8.1 Install April 3 2013
By R. Schilling - Published on Amazon.com
My daughter will be using this primarily to print out school papers. So there will be no heavy office use here.

UPDATE: (7/6/2013)No heavy office work and it was purchased mainly for my daughter to have for college use, but I just realized that I personally have printed a TON of things. Recipes, email confirmations, Ancestry charts, etc. Matter of fact, I have already gone through TWO, let me repeat...TWO large packs of paper and it's still printing away on the "starter" cartridge! Haven't even opened the new toner I ordered! (That is when I realized just how much I have printed).

And I don't know about others' but my little printer can NOT be heard. It prints at a FAINT low hum. A hummmm. NOT a clank, bang, pop. I mean I can barely hear it! So LOW, sometimes I wonder if it has printed at all, but I reach over, and there it is! NO start up noise, NO clanking, grinding or whirring of gears. NOTHING. It prints so fast it's amazing. I have also since had the electricity go off, then come back on. (I do leave the printer ON constantly). And then I've gone to the computer to print something, forgetting that the printer is now "off" because of the electricity. I lean down, push the 'on' button and POOF, it starts printing within 10 seconds! No 'warming up'. This little thing is up and running in no time. STILL GOING STRONG.

Arrived in a decent time frame. SUPER easy to set up. Plugged it in, attached the USB cable (not included), turned it on, inserted the disk, and it was ready to go in about 3 minutes. NO problems with the driver downloading, no problems at all! (Vista 32 Home Edition)

Prints sharp and jet black. And FAST. I push the 'print' button, and by the time I instantly turn to reach for the printer, it's already out! Only PROBLEM is, and I got this off another reviewer on the Canon website, is....there is no warning when the ink is out or running low. You just have to look for 'streaks' or 'lines' or 'fading' on the paper. I bought a toner cartridge to have, just in case. But you know, this printer...for the price...

I also wished it came in black since white doesn't go with anything nowadays. But it's in a side desk cabinet, so no big deal.
Can't attest to it's longevity as it's only been a few months. But super happy with it right out of the box as my first laser printer, and at a great price.

Update: Still printing excellent. Found the Canon CRG125 Black Toner Cartridge sold on Amazon and it's about $17.00 cheaper than in those 'office' stores.

UPDATE: (9/16/14)Just purchased a brand new Dell XPS8700 that came pre-installed with Windows 8.1. No problem installing this printer. No compatibility issues with Windows 8.1, Put the disk in, it loaded. HOWEVER, it would not print my test sheet! Turns out, the NEW computer 'tower' has USB ports in the back that are 2.0 AND 3.0 compatible for the USB cables. I had inadvertently plugged my USB cable into the 3.0 slot. So I uninstalled the LBP6000 completely from my new computer, moved the cable into a 2.0 USB slot, reinstalled with the disk and BAM. Works like a charm!
So, since this is a bit older printer and your cable may be too, make sure you're plugging it into a -- 2.0 -- slot on the back of your tower. (Apparently new desktops/towers come with a 2.0 AND 3.0 slot now, to accommodate older devices).

Still going strong, still love this printer.
82 of 99 people found the following review helpful
Super-Fast Printing - Canon Quality - Blows me Away! Jan. 11 2013
By Guitar Operator - Published on Amazon.com
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I received this printer and in less than five minutes it was up and running...and off to the races!
Comes with a toner cartridge.

Most of the other reviews cover pretty much everything else.

A great little Black & White (Monochrome)printer that accepts inexpensive toner cartridges, easy setup (for Windows) - fast shipping.
Please read the Vendor's return policy and understand that if you don't like the printer, it might cost a 15% restock fee, but damaged or broken items will be replaced fully.

Canon manufacturing brand quality & dependability.

It might not be the best thing out there, but today, it's MY best new thing and I completely love it!

Check out the video demo!