Great for personal use, the Canon FC1 monochrome laser printer boasts a small and compact footprint that can easily fit on a standard-sized desktop. The device uses the all-in-one cartridge system for easy maintenance and it offers time and money-saving benefits in the long run. However, the Canon FC-1 laser copier can only handle low volume jobs.
The understated appearance of the Canon FC1 makes it ideal for professional environments. The FC1 laser printer is compact, easy to operate, and portable, weighing 8.5Kg and measuring about 359mm wide, 115mm tall, and 439mm deep. This mono analogue copier uses a moving platen scanner and a single sheet bypass paper input system. A carrying handle is integrated into the frame for easy portability. The black Canon FC1 laser toner has an estimated capacity of 3,000 pages.
The Canon FC1 is virtually maintenance-free because of the all-in-one cartridge system. Users are provided with a manual sheet feeder and the option to manually adjust exposure levels to achieve the output they desire. The Canon FC1 copier automatically switches off when not in use and it doesn't need to warm up when switched on. Users may use different media types include postcards, coloured paper, labels, tracing paper, and OHP transparencies.
Bulk printing should not be done with the Canon FC1 black and white copier because of the somewhat slow print speeds. The unusual design of the FC-1 printer is similar to a flatbed scanner, which can take up room when the paper trays are extended.