Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Review - Free Download Driver - YES PRINTER DRIVER

Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Review - Free Download Driver

- April 13, 2019
The Canon imageClass LBP6030w laser printer ($159) falls in the identical broad category of personal monochrome laser as the Canon imageClass LPB6200d. But, it offers a diverse mix of attributes. Those include a reduce paper capability, slower rate, and no duplexer (for two-sided printing). On the plus side, it includes Wi-Fi, and it's smaller, so that it takes up less desk space. Either printer can be a fantastic match, based upon what you need.

Even the Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w's most obvious competition is not restricted to Canon's own printers. In addition, the Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w's Wi-Fi capability which makes it a potential choice as a light-duty shared printer at a micro workplace. That places it in competition with all the Samsung Xpress M2825DW, our Editors' Choice for budget-priced, micro-office shared printers.

Compared with both Samsung models, as well as the Canon LPB6200d, the LBP6030w offers considerably lower paper handling capacity, with a 150-sheet capacity as opposed to 250 sheets, and no duplexer available, even as an option. That's sufficient for many personal-printer use, however if you're considering using it as a common printer, then it is a small bumpy, actually by micro-office standards. Having said that, if your office prints less than about 30 pages each day on average, it should be enough.

Also keep in mind that the low paper capacity for your Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w is a key reason for the small size. At only 7.8 from 14.3 by 9.8 inches (HWD), it is going to take less space on your desk compared to many inkjets would.

Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w

Setup, Speed, and Output Quality
For my tests, I set up the Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w driver onto a platform running Windows Vista. Installation, utilizing a USB connection, was regular fare.

Canon rates the printer at 19 pages per minute (ppm), which is the speed you need to see for text documents or other documents that require little to no processing. On our business applications suite, (utilizing QualityLogic's hardware and software for timing), the aircraft arrived in at 10.1 ppm, making it basically tied with both the Samsung M2625D and also Samsung M2825DW. In addition, it is a little slower than the 11.1 ppm rate for your Canon LPB6200d in its own default mode, and significantly slower than the 14.5 ppm I measured for the Canon LPB6200d in simplex mode.

Even the Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w's output is a bit below par for text and in the low end of what's typical for its category for graphics and photos. Luckily, the worst black laser output is pretty good on a complete scale. Most folks would not consider it good enough for desktop publishing programs, nevertheless.

For images, being in the very low end of what's typical for private monochrome lasers translates into being great enough for any internal business need. Depending on how much of a perfectionist you are, you can also think of it good enough for PowerPoint handouts. The picture output is easily sufficient to print recognizable images from Internet pages and so on, with photos in general roughly the same caliber as a black-and-white photo in a newspaper.

One final issue which needs cite is your printer's running cost, in 4.4 cents per page. In contrast, the running cost for the Samsung 2625D and Samsung M2825DW is just 3 cents per page. So unless you discover the LBP6030w at a particularly great price, it's very likely to cost more to purchase than either of these Editors' Choice printers, and cost more to work with also.

Based strictly on overall cost of ownership and capability, there's little reason to decide on the best Canon imageClass LBP6030w over either of the Samsung models, using their high paper capacities and duplexing capability. If you want to join with USB cable, then the USB Samsung 2625D is a far better value. And for connecting to a network, the Samsung 2825D offers Ethernet, in Addition to Wi-Fi. After all, the Canon imageClass LBP6030w's little size could be appealing. If your printing needs are distinctly light-duty, and you also don't wish to give up a great deal of desk space, then that makes it a reasonable choice, or even a particularly compelling one.

Compatible Operating Systems :
Windows 10 (32 / 64-bit) Windows 8.1 (32 / 64-bit), Windows Windows 7 (32 / 64-bit) (32 / 64-bit), Windows 7 (32 / 64-bit), Windows Server 2012 (32 / 64-bit), Windows Server 2012 R2 (64-bit), Windows Server 2008 (32 / 64-bit), Windows Server 2008 R2 (64-bit), Mac OS 10.7.x - 10.9, Linux, Citrix

LBP6030w UFRII LT Printer Driver Ver.21.10
Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (64 Bit)
LBP6030w UFRII LT Printer Driver Ver.21.10
Windows XP/Vista/7/8/8.1/10 (32 Bit)
LBP6030w UFRII LT XPS Printer Driver V1.90 Windows (32 & 64 Bit)
UFRII LT Printer Driver Ver.1.5.2
(Mac OS : 10.8/10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12/10.13/10.14)
MF/LBP Network Setup Tool Ver.2.32
(Mac OS : 10.8/10.9/10.10/10.11/10.12/10.13/10.14)


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