Summary: UPDATE, 25 May 2012: Still working great. Original Review: Have had this for several years now, and am still very happy with it. Small foot print, good quality laser printing, inexpensive. If your printing needs are small to moderate, I highly recommend this model.
Summary: Has been a solid performer for me for 18 months. Seems to use toner at a reasonable rate - I buy the recycled ones from Office Depot without a problem. As with most network printers, the web interface to configure it can be slow and limiting, and counter intuitive (hardware makers don't usually make...
Summary: For my first black and white laser printer works very well. Gives good quality printed jobs. Fast when printing several pages. Paper is curled at ends when exits the printer,but set down for few minutes and paper flattens out. Very good product for the price.
Summary: Still a great printer. I like having it, but the project I bought it for was to print wedding envelopes, and its been passed on to our 8 year old Deskjet 940c instead since it won't smear.
Pros: When compared to my old inkjets, this machine prints fast.
Cons: Compared to an inkjet, the power consumption is obvious. I've also been disappointed with a ghosting effect on envelopes (only envelopes, strangely) when using the manual feed, plus, you have to stand there and hold the clips that feed the paper in straight, or it will pull it in sideways and cau...
Summary: The non color thing is not a big deal, this is the cheapest good quality laser printer. I researched every laser printer before getting this one. This is the best specs, for the price, easiest support and no stupid fat ware like the HP's
Pros: Work good, prints fast does the job, the network support is great and this printer is easily setup.
Cons: Makes the lights go nuts while its on, not color.
Summary: I purchased this printer from another site over a year ago and had great results up until recently. Now the printer loses network connection when powering up after sleep mode-print jobs just hang, no access to the WEB utility, can't even ping the printer's IP (it's setup as static).
Pros: Awesome black and white printer for the money. Toner and drum replacements are cheap. Works great with Ubuntu and easy setup too. Web interface.
Cons: Network connection issues, but only after a year of light usage.
Pros: Good price for netork laser. Small size doesn't take up too much space. Holds alot of paper for small size. Network feature allows placement wherever you can get network cable and power. Standby mode only draws a few watts of power and is always ready for printing.
Cons: Feels kinda cheaply made but have had no problems yet. It does curl the paper a bit because of the small rollers.
Summary: Solid, awesome and CHEAP. Its not a $1,000 printer, but it prints black and white perfectly fine. Your professors/boss wont even know the difference.
Pros: Great speed, mad easy to setup, works on Apple (10.5), XP and Debian. No problems at all. Web interface is really good, and mad easy.
Cons: It is loud, no doubt, but only when you print. When you dont print it goes to sleep and you dont even hear it. It didnt flicker my power or anything and I run it off a power converter (in Europe). Dont use the CD setup, just do it by hand. It tires to map the printer in windows using netbios name...