Summary: I like this printer. I really do. Have used it heavily for quite some time and really have only one complaint about it. Problem is, that complaint is a real pain. It's the document feeder. This thing jams 95% of the time I use it. It really is horrible. Otherwise, this printer would have a 5-Star rating from me. Prints well, scans well, the fax machine is easy to use and reliable... all while being really easy on ink. But the document feeder is a deal breaker. It's BAD.
Summary: Most of the name brand copier/printers (Dell, HP, Lexmark, etc.) are made by someone else. It's called OEM. It has been my experience that buying an OEM product such as this is not only less expensive, but seems to have a higher level of quality. We had a Sharp printer before, but we wanted a multi function, so we could get all the clutter off our desk. It's a nice footprint, but a little taller than I would like.
Summary: This is a sad story about planned obsolescence and terrible customer relations by Samsung. Purchased in September 2010, the Samsung 4828 was an excellent printer until earlier this year when Samsung changed the replacement toner cartridges, instantly making my printer unusable. Sometime in early 2012, the chip in the Samsung brand replacement cartridge for this printer (same name and product number as previous version) was changed so that the (new) cartridge no longer...
Only lasted a year, but am planning to replace it with the same model
D. Maddox, Amazon
3 December 2011
Summary: I purchased this multifunction printer 13 months ago. Recently the printing function stopped working(though the Scan-to-PC and Copy-to-USB drive work perfectly), and I can't justify the cost to repair it. While I am disappointed by this, I DID purchase an extended warranty and will receive a full refund. As soon as I was told I would be refunded the purchase price, I began researching multifunction printers (HP, Canon, Samsung, etc.
Summary: I'm very happy with this printer. It is high quality, prints/scans well, and easy to set up. I got it connected to my network and Mac in 5 minutes. It makes my old HP inkjet multi-function printer (which was only about $100 less) seem like a toy.
Summary: I purchased this printer in Feb 2010 and have loved it with the exception of the manual bypass, as previous reviewers have noted it has a tendency to crinkle the paper, and a recent issue with the ADF. I want to make clear that the issue I had with the ADF was my own fault. The main reason I am writing this review is because I had so much trouble finding any documentation to help me fix the problem and the unit was out of warranty so Samsung suggested I take it to one of...
Summary: Finding this on ebay was steal, even with the $45 shipping cost. This is an upgrade from our previous Samsung SCX-4725FN which we nicknamed "the workhorse". We needed an office printer that had affordable toner (5000pg yield), fast copying, fast scanning, and fast print output. In the Samsung SCX-4828FN we have all of these. Wireless printing was not a requirement (which this model did NOT offer)for our office printing needs. Duplexing is a bonus and a time saver.
Summary: Bought it for an excellent price of less than $130 delivered , it is far better than what I have seen in the store. Speed , clarity , Ease of use , Laser Printing and Compact , the list goes on and on & on......It's not that there are not better machines than my Samsung but I doubt that there are better at a price that I got mine for.
For a good, reliable multifunction printer - consider Samsung
Brent M. Maxwell "Dr.Max", Amazon
24 January 2011
Summary: I originally owned the multifunction Samsung SCX-4725FN for 2 years. It was a workhorse that printed and copied fast, consistently, no software headaches, and worked well with our office Mac OS X environment. Other than one return within the warranty period, I had good usage from it given the amount of printing we do in our chiropractic clinic. So when it was time to upgrade, it made sense to remain with Samsung.