Summary: This is the first time buying a Samsung laser printer. Other then some transfer belt problems at first it works great. The only thing I dont like is the paper feed tray only holds a small amount of paper.
Summary: This is actually my second one that I have purchased. You are probably looking at this review because you are looking for a fairly inexpensive all-in-one color laser printer. If that is the case I can tell you are a smart person already. This is not the Lexus of color laser printers by any means, but it is not no Ford Escort either.
Summary: i like this product a lot...... due to ethernet connection you can make this printer wireless and connect to as many computers you want.... i just love all its features like faxing,coping ,scanning and printer... the greatest plus point which i feel is that its toner is relatively very cheap as compared to other printers so refill is not a issue.... its printing as well as coping clarity is very good, it doesnt mess words during coping....
Summary: It is one of the lightest weight color laser printers. Color printing is a little slow, but cartridges are very easy to replace. Only problem is that there is no scanning software for the Macintosh.
Summary: The Samsung color lasers of this vintage were made to use simple toner containers that are really cheap to replace making this one of the lowest-cost per page printers in existence. Print quality is good, but not as good as some other makers or the newer models. Still good enough for most day to day needs. The print mechanism is a bit slow to get started and never does set any speed records, but again it is good enough for most uses.
Summary: I use this printer for my on-the-side wedding video business, and I have a Xerox Phaser 8550 at my full time job (marketing manager). The Phaser was almost twice as much, and the quality is about double that of the Samsung. The upkeep/ ink/ toner costs are a little more for the Samsung based on # of pages produced before replacing ink. I like this machine because it is multi-function, it wasn't that expensive (compared to quality machines.
Summary: I had trouble with this printer at first. The seller was excellent about communicating with me and sending a replacement immediately. The printer itself is good, especially for the price. It is up to about $500 for a new one. I am pleased so far with the quality. Note that the print diver that comes on CD w/ the unit is for windows XP only. Other drivers need to be downloaded from Samsung website.
Summary: I bought this all-in-one printer for my business, needed something that would do a variety of things, mainly print and fax. I kept looking at different manufacturers and what they offered and after determining that Samsung was the better option (we own several samsung products and are suppose to have very good customer support etc) we bought this one. I've had it for about 6 months now and so far its been a great machine.
Summary: I have owned the Samsung CLX-3160FN for about 4 months now. I also have an HP Color Laserjet 2600n. I have to admit I don't use the Samsung as much for print jobs. I normally use the HP for printing and the Samsung for copying and faxing. My HP was running low on ink and I had a large job to print out. I am a consultant and put together reports with pictures and maps that I bind with a comb binder. The print has to be of high quality for these reports.
Samsung CLX-3160FN Color Laser Multi-Function Printer
1 March 2008
Summary: This is rated as a value priced low end product. I would have to agree. It IS a pretty rugged unit, and does a good job for what it cost. Samnsung offers decent support for it, and it works with both PC's and Mac's, as well as across a network. Print quality is decent, and toner cartridges are among the least expensive anywhere. I have an issue with paper jams, and hopefully that is a maintenance problem and not a design flaw.