Summary: This is a great all around lazer printer,not to big and fairly quiet. It prints great quality. I like everything about it execpt the VERY EXPENSIVE TONER CARTRAGES. The cartrages are nearly $100+/- EACH. The 4 initial cartrages do only about 600 pages,then you spend about $400+/- for the OEMs which do color at 1800 and black at 2500 pages. Samsung needs to offer refills and cartages at a much better price. Think of this when you look at printers.
Summary: I like the amount of features in this printer. I chose the Samsung model because I also have a Samsung B&W Laser Printer that has been working well for the past couple of years. The LCD touchscreen is pretty responsive, and you can set a lot of your options straight from there. The color looks real good on things I have printed so far. It also can do 'cloud' printing, so I can print to it from anywhere.
Excerpt: After buying top of the line ink jets every couple of years, I decided to bite the bullet and get a color laser printer. With a monthly work load of 40000 pages compared to 1000-1500, my theory is that this printer should last many years. Setup was so easy, however, mine was shipped with a faulty cyan cartridge.
Pros: Accurate Colors, Efficient, Fast, Quiet, Sharp Detail
Summary: I never leave reviews, but I had to for this product. I just love the Samsung CLX-4195FW. While it is a little heavier than other printers I've owned, this is by far my favorite. It prints quickly and has many different printing options that I love. Plus, the toner cartridges that cam with the product as still going strong and I bought the printer back in April or May.
Summary: After having it setuped to send scans via email, I realized I didn't even have to install any drivers! Printer was discovered from the network and install was clicking "ok" twice, hooray for how simple Linux is. So setup is super easy and it supports basically anything you can throw at it... I've got it setuped to send me scans over e-mail via IPv6!
Pros: - Worked out of the box without any drivers from Linux, - Touchscreen is awesome, - Supports just about anything you can think of and then some
Cons: - Can't scan at more than 300 dpi from printer (to email or usb), - A bit big, but that's just me!, - Extra drivers should be free software and integrated
EXCELENT PRINTER IN ALL ASPECT LIKE ALL PRODUCT FROM SAMSUNG
24 July 2013
Summary: VERY VERY HAPPY WITH THIS PRINTER, I was fan of HP printer all my life, I was wrong, after I decide to swap for this unit is very clear that HP is garbage. Resolution, wireles is awesome, is fast . Lcd screen very easy to handle all function, I will never buy HP product in my live, I never wrote comment about product but if we can leave a positive feedback we can help other buyer to pick a right product, You never be dissapoint about samsung product, Korea technology is...
Summary: We own several Samsung products. They all work period. No hassles. The printer is no different We use this in an office environment over a wifi network using several computers and iPads. We had a small issue with the first Windows base computer, but the second on it went smooth. The iPads just magically found it. And the Mac computer was easier then the first Windows computer. Quality of printing is phenomenal.