Reviews and Problems with Samsung ML-2525 / ML-2525W
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This Samsung printer got me through freshman, sophomore, junior and now senior year of college!
24 September 2014
Summary: I bought this printer in August 2011 refurbished for around $60 It has been running great since then. I was planning on selling it when I was moving from Maryland to Illinois but I decided I ship it. Probably the best decision I have made. I printed almost 700-800 pages on the demo toner.
Summary: I bought this because I needed to print a lot of PDFs and didn't want to use my slower color inkjet printer. I had some trouble getting this to recognize my home wireless network, but once I reset it to factory defaults it worked beautifully.
Low cost units and ink is readily available after market.
7 February 2012
Summary: I am writng this to let everyone know who owns one or who is considering buying one that this unit and it's close relatives have standard and high capacity toner refills available now, and that the after market has finally cuaght up with the original product.
Great product for the money... but difficult to install for WiFi use.
3 February 2012
Summary: This is the second Samsung ML-2525W I have purchased; this one for a friend. I bought it mainly because of its WiFi capability. This printer was an excellent value for the price I paid. It prints promptly and output is of high quality.
Summary: This is a very good dependable printer. The biggest draw back is that the toner cartridges are fairly expense but they have declined in price a lot. Unfortunately this printer has been discontinued I think.
Summary: A very good printer for a home-office desktop. The black finish is attractive and low key; small footprint; quiet operation; prints stuff out good. Replaced a predecessor in the same line that more than adequately served out its service life, and I'm very pleased with this successor.
Summary: I bought this printer for my wife and it seems very adequate. She has not used it enough to be a very comprehensive review. The Brother HL-2240D costs only $10 more and it has duplex (both sides of paper) automatically which is why I gave only 4 stars for features and value.
Good printer, inexpensive, easy to set up and use.
28 September 2011
Summary: I just received and put into use the Samsung Laser Printer. It replaced a Lexmark Ink Jet that I bought about a year ago. I'm tired of running out of ink and getting messages each time I use the Lexmark to print. The Samsung was easy to install and made great prints from the outset.