Summary: Wanted to replace the exact printer with the one we loved. This was exactly the same but the need service light was on immediately and the paper tray looked like someone spilled chocolate milk in it.
Summary: These machines may be refurbished. but they are wonderful mono printers. Rarely waste paper with jams. May be a little tricky to set up initially but it is worth the time as it serves well year after year.
Summary: This is a great network printer. Any computer on the network can print to it PC or Mac. It holds a full ream of paper and the cartridge can make about 11,000 copies before needing to be changed. This printer is a workhorse and great for a business environment or a home office. It is rather large in size but not as big as some network printers I've worked with.
Summary: We had these printers when I was in high school, I loved them so I bought one of these for myself, I definitely can't complain a bit. Seems there's a little issue sometimes on the paper tray that deals with paper size that I haven't worked out 100% but for the most part, I think this is the best printer I've ever bought and sure beats the hell out of stupid inkjet printers. If I could, this would be the only printer I'd ever use.
Summary: This printer isn't very good for your average household, but if you need a simple B&W printer for a large network environment; it's great. Simple setup, reliable, and very cost effective. It also has a LPT port for those that need to link it to a older program (DOS based) like MedArks. The only downside I can think of, is that it's quite heavy, but I don't plan on moving it after the first install.