Reviews and Problems with Konica Minolta magicolor 2400W
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Manufacturer needs to come up with a NEW version for WIN7-8
2 February 2013
Summary: This is a fantastic printer for artwork and greeting cards. My old one died after several years, and KM does not have an updated version available yet. You have to download a new driver if running Windows 7 or 8, and that will not give you the reading on remaining toner in the unit.
Summary: I have owned my 2400W for nearly 5 years now and it continues to spit out flawless documents. I have never once had a paper jam or any other malfunction and I typically print on 24 pound paper.
Summary: The Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W Color Laser Printer is a super product for the price. I have been using this printer on a low to medium-low scale for about a year and a half. The toner is pricey, but it lasts a fairly long time.
Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400W bought for office use
J. Holloway, Amazon
19 February 2006
Summary: I bought this printer and set it up instantly getting prints quickly and properly right out of the box. I used the software drivers on the disc included. The printer takes about 75 seconds to put out its first color print if it is cold.
Summary: I've had my Magicolor 2400W for about a month and am very happy with it for my home based business us. It prints quickly and with high quality and it sure beats the ink jet cartridges. The toner is expensive, but it seems to last a long time!
Great printer for the price, but certain flaws keep it from being perfect
James Kirk, Amazon
28 October 2005
Summary: We decided to purchase this printer for our small business to take the load off of our all-in-one inkjet. Originially we were going to get a monochrome laser, but for the price of this printer, it was hard to resist the upgrade, and the color is occassionally usefull for our purposes.
Fix for toner smear problem - not a printer defect
Dr. L., Amazon
27 August 2005
Summary: I bought the Konica-Minolta 2400W recently. Initially, the toner did not stick to the paper when using the "plain paper" setting. However, it did stick when using the "thick stock" setting. How I solved the problem: It seems like the printer is set to print on envelopes out-of-the-box.
Summary: Why on earth would anyone buy a clunky, smearing color inkjet when you can go laser? Or why would you buy a B&W laser when you can go color for very little extra? This is a fine home printer, and I use it in our small business with good results. This is the 2nd color laser I've owned.
Summary: I bought that printer because I was sick and tired of ink jets: * There would always be clogged heads and print output with horizontal bands * You would use most of the expensive ink cleaning the heads * The ink would run out in middle phrase without any prior warning, as opposed to the progressive...
Summary: This is the second Konica-Minolta Magicolor color laser I have purchased. The first was a 2430DL which I purchased for my office. Basically the printers are the same except that the 2400W does not have ethernet connectivity, or an LED read-out (the printer messages from the 2400W pop up in a window...