Summary: Worked well for a little over a year and now turns on for about 5 seconds and turns off. No help from Samsung. My old Okidata worked for about 10 years. Couldn't find a multi-function Okidata so bought an HP. Hope it lasts longer...
Summary: I have had this printer for over 3 years now. I have never had a jam, nor a problem with the number of copies. I only buy the aftermarket cartridges off Amazon. The price with shipping is around $15.00 and I do get around the 2500 pages. Do the math, this has been my workhouse for years.
Summary: I use this printer to scan all bills and important paperwork I have. Then I store the scanned copies to an online drive. Prints are good as expected from a laser printer. What I don't like??? This printer takes several seconds to start the printing. Second, after printing about 50 or so pages, there's an annoying hum emitted by this machine. Third, this printer always ends up picking up two many paper and it jams itself. Verdict: I would buy the Brother printer.
Summary: I have had this all in one printer for at least 2 years and love it. It has lightning fast speeds when copying or printing out large quanitites of documents. I was using this for my Homeowners Association, of which I was the President of the community of 500 homes, and I printed newsletters a lot. This printer can handle huge loads of paperwork with no problems. The ink lasts just like they says it does.
Summary: Great value. Bought one for myself and one for the office. The one at the office has served for 3 years as dedicated FAX, moderate-use copier & printer, and occasional scanner. I have used both Samsung cartridges and "compatibles". The switch from Windows XP to Windows 7 was no problem.
Summary: The only downside, its not wireless. However, for the price, its fast and prints clean. It come with easy to install software for multiple platform systems and is easily configured on a network.