Summary: The printer works great with Win XP, but not with Win 7. My older laptop computer can use this printer, which I resort to using to print blank checks. I have tried several times to get this printer working on Win 7, which is suppost to have this printer driver built-in, but it never works.
Summary: I have four of these that we use in our business. The print quality is pretty good, and it's easy to use. One of the problems is the paper tray is relatively small. You have to buy an extra paper tray to get a good sized tray, and it's almost as expensive as the printer itself. The network card costs almost as much as the printer, as well. The toner seems to last quite a while, but it too is expensive. The drum costs quite a bit as well.
Summary: I had the same experience as others. Prints fine but the toner cartridges don't last as long as promised, and because this was used only for a Friends meeting newsletter we kept a fairly exact page count and the drum only lasted for 12,000 pages , which is 13,000 short of the advertised 25,000. The drum costs between $160 and $170, which is as much as many printers. I did my homework and the reviews were good but I feel disappointed.
Summary: My experience with the B4350 is that it doesn't live up to the promises it was sold on. High yield toner cartridges didn't last, drums didn't get anywhere near 25,000 copies before quality went into the toilet. When it worked, it worked fine. It was costly to operate. I'm searching for its replacement ant not more replacement parts.
Summary: The initial price looks good, and when you look up the price of toner cartridges, they look good. What they don't tell you up front is that in addition to the toner cartridges, the print drum cartridge is a separate disposable item, and it costs nearly as much as the printer. Toner cartridges came in two loads. The larger toner cartridge was supposed to go 6000 pages. We were lucky to get 3000. The drum cartridge was supposed to go for 25,000 pages.