Reviews and Problems with Samsung ML-2525 / ML-2525W
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11 August 2010
Summary: The Samsung ML-2525W monochrome laser printer doesn't pack in extra features, but delivers worthwhile improvements over previous generations in output speed and quality. We highly recommend this wireless workhorse if you refuse to sacrifice quality for affordability.
Pros: Cheap; prints high-quality text and graphics-heavy documents; USB, wireless and Ethernet connectivity; small footprint.
Cons: Lacks autoduplexing; ships with starter toner cartridge.
Conclusion: The Samsung ML-2525W printer is a low cost laser printer that offers excellent quality prints and network connections. The ML-2525W prints very fast, if you’re looking for a low-cost, high volume printer then this might suit your needs just fine. It’s a basic printer yes, but it works great for what it needs to do.
Pros: Very fast printing for everything, Excellent quality text printing, Quick and easy setup
Cons: Cartridge costs almost as much as printer, Runs hot, A bit on the loud side
Summary: The Samsung ML-2525W is a stylish and compact printer that would look equally good in any office or home. It’s high print quality and handling of single sheets makes it a good all-around printer. The setup is easy enough for anyone to handle and Samsung boldly gives you the customer support telephone number in case you need help.
The availability of a high-capacity print cartridge keeps the cost of toner low.
Excerpt: Samsung's ML-2525 isn't the smallest mono laser around, but its compact form will still leave plenty of spare room on your desk. It has just a USB connection, so installation is a simple matter of running the setup program on the driver CD and connecting the printer when prompted. It's a typical personal laser printer for the small or home office, but we were pleased with its low noise levels when operating, as well as its 250 sheet paper tray, and 12,000 page maximum...