Summary: I was able to get this product for an awesome price, way less than what it is currently!, I don't even wanna say what a great deal I have gotten! But hey gotta get it when the getting is great, and that is exactly what I did. I love this product. I am a Samsung product "queen" when it comes to my electronics. I was so happy to add a Samsung printer to my home business. I had two HP printers and well, this one has and is the best so far.
Summary: although this is a discontinued item, the startup to print time is excellent and for the right price (apprx) $200 they can't be beat. I use them at home and in my office (Insurance Brokerage) for my desktops.
Summary: I have had this MFP for just over a year. It was always very temperamental as to WIFI, network, scan, and other functions. I have owned several MFP over the years and by far, this was the most difficult to set up and continue to use. Just after the warranty period, the printer suddenly only printed or coped with blank output. I don't plan to pay to have it fixed, I'm probably going to try a Brother MFP next.
Summary: Close to one and half years with this printer and had pulled my hairs so many times that can't even count. Reason, because the damn printer won't print when you need it most! Briefly here are the two main problems: WIRELESS CONNECTIVITY Network goes bad in the middle of printing, same experience across three different OS: Mac, Windows, Ubuntu. First I used to feel that OS may have something to do with it, but now 100% sure it's freaking printer itself.
poor paper handling, expensive to operate, find a better choice
Peter Lurie, Amazon
8 October 2013
Summary: I bought this MFP to replace an aging Canon MF4360. I'm about 3500 pages into this printer & looking to replace it. I expected easy to set up, easy to operate, and inexpensive to maintain (both in time and money). It was easy to setup, and it prints double sided pages reasonably quickly however: -- The output bin has no catch, so one page can push the previous page out of the output bin and onto the floor. This is especially prevalent with heavy duty stock (like labels).