Summary: This is my "go to" printer. Duplexing, networking is built-in. Consumable supplies are inexpensive, and there are "5-in-1" multifunction machines which use the very same consumables, and that is a plus, as I have both types of machines.
Summary: I was looking for a simple little printer to replace my aging inkjet. For the past several years, I have used color very few times, and I am more concerned about clarity of text than pictures.
Summary: 3500 pages so far, flawless operation. Configuration webpage makes viewing print status easy. Warms up fast (10sec). Prints fast. Does envelopes and index cards well. Cheap replacement cartridges. Easy install.
Summary: I was able to get this on my network with no problems. It is going through my Qwest Actiontec DSL modem so I can work on my laptop and wirelessly print. The duplex feature is great, though I have noted a little page rippling as has been mentioned by others.
Summary: I bought one of these (new) about four years ago to upgrade an existing group of networked PC's to a single printer (each previously used individual ones). "Simply," in a matter of minutes, this thing was installed and all the PC's with it. This is one of those "painless" solutions!
Summary: Best printer deal I've ever seen. Pros: - setup is the easiest I've ever come across for any device - supported with built-in Vista drivers, including x64 - has a parallel port, worked with my NetGear print server - also has a USB input, but I haven't used it - network setup takes literally 10...
Summary: What a bargain! This printer is simply excellent and unlike a lot of other printers in this price range you actually get a large toner cartridge with it instead of those sample size carts some brands rip you off with.
Summary: It came just like new, all items. Works better than I could have hoped, no drivers need for my mac install , took exactly the warm up time to setup. With CUPS / IPP / LPD support , web interface, telnet ... And when it printed it is fast, RIP was fast and paper flew out.