Summary: I bought this printer ages ago for assignments in college. It never broke and never decreased in performance. It is easily the best low-cost laser printer. The toner lasts for a really long time, like over a year for an average college student. I have consistently seen my colleagues using this model as well.
Summary: This thing is a beast. Prints on average 5,000 pages a year and the only thing it will jam on is my kid's fingers. To save on the cost of toner I've used off brand cartriges and the printer doesn't seem to notice. It's rare that computer hardware, it you could call it so, will last this long despite two young children and a ton of printing.
Summary: This is a great printer for personal use and non-networking setup. Very easy to install and handles paper with a max width of an A4 or legal paper. But can be adjusted for smaller paper, such as envelopes, note cards, etc. It handles different thickness, too. But after 7 years of use, it has finally died. It keeps feeding paper wrong, so that it wrinkles or tears the paper when it comes out. I have replaced the roller and the separation pad, but no good.
Summary: I have a few of these basic 1010 series printers and am amazed at how they stand up over the years. Low cost replacement cartridges are available and generally you can drill and fill the cartridge at least once with still cheaper toner before they totally crap out. For low to moderate usage, hard to beat!
Summary: I bought one of these for my desk at work and this one for my desk at home. BOTH are still running.....actually gave (I guess its re-gifting) one to a friend who needed something compact and dependable.