Excellent Color Printer for Non Photo Applications. Expensive Toner Cartriages
C. Gabat "The Glass is Half Full", Amazon
2 September 2009
Summary: Great printer for non photo applications. Over a hundred times the prints verses ink jets. Over all the perfect first color laser printer for low to moderate color printing. The toner cartriages are expensive at about $80 each and you need 4 total.
Summary: We are going to be using this laser printer to print out all our recipe cards, shipping labels and invoices. It is easy and quick to get going this printer working with the network. Everyone here likes how the laser printer prints compared to our old Ink-Jet Printer.
Summary: It's ridiculous that it's cheaper to buy a 2600n every time you need to replace your toners and that the 1600 gives you half-carts for the same price as its bigger better brothers full-carts. Newegg Rules!
Pros: Solid printer, does the job, fewer headaches.
Cons: I would skip this one and get the 2600n. I've seen the 2600n for cheaper than this one, 2600n is a network printer (in addition to USB), the 1600 doesn't work on Macs, AND you get 4 full toners rather than the half-carts you get with the 1600. You PAY for the toner with these printers... usually ...
Summary: The manual feed slot is really nice, and the unit stays pretty cool.
Pros: The laser cartridges align themselves automatically, which is nice, but takes a long time the first time you start the printer. Also, the printer drivers don’t come with a bunch of useless programs to “help you”, just a nice clean driver cd. This printer works really well with P...
Cons: Unfortunately, there is no photo option. Despite what the description says, there is no borderless photo printing. And the actual ability to print photos is lacking, leaving a very bad print out—Very Bad print
Summary: The printer works fine, but it came without the plastic extension piece that fits onto the back of the printer output area & holds the paper being outputted from falling on the floor (or table if the printer is sitting on the table). Bottom line, the printer (& all parts) was not shipped complete.