Summary: Here's the deal with these printers, and I really hate saying this. They are inexpensive, have few moving parts, but the rollers only last a couple of years of moderate printing at best and then your paper stops feeding correctly. I've found this on two different OK LED printers. So....
Summary: This is a small reliable printer. Low cost replacement toner available. It could print darker though but good enough for shipping labels. Be careful of plastic tabs that hold paper tray to back when moving printer.
Cheap, quiet, small and light... with mediocre output
C. Ervin, Amazon
10 February 2012
Summary: For $50, this is the cheapest brand new laser/LED printer that I could find. People are still trying to sell Laserjet 4s for $30-40 everywhere I look. It is obnoxiously quiet most of the time, to the point where you think it isn't doing anything at all. Then, poof, it starts outputting a page.
Summary: It is my first laser mono. I bought this for small office use, printing mostly black and white text document. Pros and the Rub: 1. it is cheap for printing cost compared to inkjet. around 2000 pages for a toner cartridge.(depends on your usage for full text or partial text) 2.
Summary: This is a compact little printer that is useful for a small office or home office. It works well, when it works, but it can be temperamental with frequent paper jams. It is not always easy to fix and can be frustrating. On the plus side it hasn't used much ink so far and was fairly easy to set up.
Summary: I must admit that I rarely review products, however this printer has exceeded my expectations so much that it deserves a review.At this price, I expected a ropey, noisy and troublesome printer of poor quality.
Summary: This OKI printer does exactly what you expect it to do. Fast (ish), reliable, small and a perfect desk top printer for home or office use. I use it in my office at work and print around 100 pages a day on it. It's easy to use, easy to set up and very quiet actually. All in all great value for money.