Summary: My company buys these as report printers for criminal applications. Very reliable and cheap to replace. I bought this printer for my home almost three years ago and it is still working great. It is easy to connect via the IP address and it just works. I paid $124 with $25 instant rebate. On my second full cartridge. Will definitely buy another if this ever fails.
Summary: For SOHO (small office/home office) users looking for an inexpensive, small, quality black and white laser printer, the E120N is probably the best on the market. This unit is provides high quality, fast output, Ethernet networking, efficient use of toner and a small, well designed profile that allows it to fit well even in tight spaces of small offices.
Summary: I upgraded from a USB color inkjet to this networked laser printer. I can't believe how fast the printing is and I can't believe the convenience of having the printer on the net. I'm technical enough that I was able to give the printer a permanent IP address and all the computers at home (about 6 of them) have no trouble finding the printer using Apple's Bonjour or avahi for Linux. Other reviewers complain about tech support but luckily I haven't needed it.
TLAW_DBA "OCP Oracle 6i/9i/10g, SCSA Solaris ..., Amazon
1 April 2008
Summary: The printer is good. It is easy to install. I comes with a nic card built-in. You don't need a printer server but you do need a dhcp server if you want to put it on a LAN. It also has a web configuration interface. The output is also good. Overall i like it and I recommend it. I give 5 stars.
Summary: Straight out of the box, took me 10 minutes to get it up and running. This printer is a neat package and is exactly what I was looking for. Other network printers are at least in the $250 price range. -Network printer -Laser B/W - very quick -Plenty for home and home office use. for the price I paid for it, its a snatch! yeah it doesn't take a whole ream of paper...but that's not a big deal. The quality is great.
Summary: I've only had this printer for less than a month, but it performs wonderfully. The text is crisp, and the printer is fast. I'm a technical writer, so it's not uncommon for me to print 200+ page documents. Even the graphics in grayscale look great. It's a huge improvement over my old, slow inkjet printer. Another great feature is the toner costs less than all the ink cartridges for my inkjet printer, and they last much longer. I'm still using the trial toner cartridge.
Summary: We were in the market for a network printer for our home wireless network. Found this Lexmark for just over $100, which I was a little skeptical about for a laser network printer. But after a month of use, we have been very pleased with it. It was relatively easy to set up and connected to our wireless router. Keep in mind this is not a wireless printer, but it can be connected to a wireless router which essentially makes wireless.
Summary: Quality is good. Speed is very good. The paper feed is good. My last laser printer fed poorly allowing me to use only 20 lb paper. The envelope printing is excellent, no wrinkled envelopes. Paper tray is more than adequate ~ 1/2 ream.