Excerpt: Received the printer last week. Nothing to the assembly. Just plugged it in using the parallel port. Only printer on the market that has the parallel port now, that I know of. Not sure how long the ink will last, but so far, prints fast and looks good.
Summary: My business currently has a 6 year old Oki color printer (also a LED printer) that just runs and runs. This printer is built with the same type of quality components. It also prints very quickly and does a fantastic job. Toner replacements are also reasonable. This printer doesn't get a ton of use, but it works very quickly and quietly. There are other printers like the Samsung that only lasted a year that are cheaper and have Ethernet and WIFI capability.
Summary: I just got this, and my first reaction is amazement that it can be sold for $100 - delivered, no less. I know Oki hopes to make its money back on toner cartridges, but still... This is 25 lbs of high-tech machinery and circuit boards, intricately designed and constructed. It seems like it should cost at least $500 plus $50 shipping. I really didn't expect anything like this when I ordered. Of course it prints well, and fast, on my first tests.
Excerpt: Purchased to replace b&w printer worn out by overuse. The OKI is slow to warm up and does make quite a lot of noise but it churns out high quality printed pages at a very fast rate which is what I need.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Fast Print Time
Summary: I recently updated the office printers from desktop HP units for something with a lower toner cost and more speed this was it. I took a passing glance at what HP had to offer but after seeing the flimsy plastic the insides are constructed with and worse - the horrible toner cost per page I was in the market for something more thrifty. That's when I came across this series of Okidata printers (I also bought a B411dn and B431dn).