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Reviewed in the United States on January 9, 2016
Overall: decent little wireless printer in a great form factor. Print quality is good, but not great.
Pros: size, super fast, print quality is good enough for everything but pictures
Cons, paper door stays open during operation increasing the size required to use
The manual included on the CD has a ton of information, but none of the information that you want... I primarily wanted this to print from our house's smart phones and tablets, and I had to go online to figure out how to do that.
How to print from Android phones/tablets: after you have set up the printer on your network, download the Canon Business Print app. It supports all LBP printers. The first time you start the app, it was ask you to Detect Printers. Boom. You can then use the app to print anything on your phone. There may be a similar IOS app.
How to print from a ChromeBook: I had to set up Google Printing services from a Windows computer already attached to the printer, as this printer does not support Google Cloud print directly. If there's another way, I couldn't find it.
Initial setup gotcha: This printer requires a Windows PC connected via USB for initial setup of network settings and such. Slap in the CD and follow the directions, which can be a bit obscure, but are in general, fairly straight forward. However, during driver installation, it will ask you how is the prnter connected to the computer? What it is really asking is, "How do you plan to use this printer in the future?" If you say via USB, the driver will not load the Canon virtual (wireless) port which is what you will need for wireless printing. So say via Wireless Lan unless that computer will always be connected via USB.
Connecting additional computers after initial setup: Requires the driver CD. Select driver setup only. Select Wireless Lan Connection. Select "Yes, I want to configure network settings". Select Custom setup. Select "Only IP address settings". It will then search for your printer and you should be good to go. Obviously, these steps are not intuitive.
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