Decent printer, small footprint, the paper jam IS fixable
8 July 2011
Summary: I really needed a color laser printer, but did not have the space for a large one. There are only two laser printers on the market that will fit on a bookshelf, and at the time I bought this one, this was the only one.
Summary: I had the previous version of this printer, the CLP-300, and it worked PERFECTLY with my time capsule and before that my airport extreme, both through the USB printer connection through the network. With this model, I have to TURN THE PRINTER ON AND OFF EVERYTIME I WANT TO PRINT SOMETHING!!!
Summary: The best I can say is...at least it prints. I needed a color printer that I can maintain at a low cost and still print mass-quantities of pages, and this does it. For its use in my business, I only need it to print copies of webpages to send to people in prison.
Summary: I have this printer for about a year with very light use and all of a sudden, the printer is jamming paper half way. I did a search on Google and sure enough, there is a defect with a part called the photo interrupter that somehow prevents the paper from feeding all the way through.
disappointing but redeemed by better late than never product specialist call
3 August 2010
Summary: I bought this printer because of the wireless feature and have not been able to use it wirelessly. I tried following the directions - no luck (and I am pretty tech saavy). Samsung customer service chat tried to troubleshoot it with no luck - several times.
Summary: I have this printer hooked up to my Airport Base Station with print sharing turned on. Pretty much anything over a couple of pages will fail half way through printing. Other than that it's a nice printer for the money.
Summary: Ok here is the scoop on this printer. It's a cheap printer, but for that price, the quality is fairly decent. It is not as good as my $3K Xerox color laser printer, but for $100-200, it is fairly decent.