Summary: I have had experience with several (huge) pro clor laser printers, and this gives them a run for the money. It is amazingly small compared to its portable refrigerator counterparts, almost as fast to process a file and as fast to print it, and the quality-with the right paper blows away any inkjet I've used (when they managed to work), and I've owned many.
Terrific light-use home printer, wireless works perfect
3 January 2012
Summary: Don't be fooled by all the reviews that give this printer bad reviews for things like time it takes to print or bulkiness. It's a laser printer that is inexpensive, toner that lasts forever if treated properly, wireless connectivity means freedom to use wherever. We've owned ours for over three years, and have spent a total of $0 on anything since the initial purchase.
Pros: Wireless allows us to place it in the middle of our house and forget about it (we honestly use it maybe 5-6 times a month total). Toner lasts forever, quality always perfect. We use draft quality to save toner, high for pictures, which all look great
Cons: It's a bit bulky. There are complaints about time to warm up, but since we either print from downstairs or upstairs, by the time we walk to the printer, it's not an issue. It's also a bit noisy, but again, low use = no problem.
Excellent product for a small home office environment
22 August 2011
Summary: I had experience with Samsung products before and I was always satisfied. I like the fact that this printer is compact and yet the toner cartridges seem to last longer. A little disappointing with the speed. In comparison with other laser printers I think this printer reflects a high status.
Summary: my first printer was very good never had a problem! the color great! the speed per page better! all was good till my wife put a photo paper in to try and print a photo! big oops! but i got another one! and trashed the paper!
Decent color laser printer. Pain in the ass wireless MACINTOSH setup!
15 July 2011
Summary: I bought this printer because I got an amazing deal for a refurbished wireless color laser printer. It's print quality for text is great, as with most any laser printer. However, graphics quality is average. Nothing to brag about. But I'm not complaining since I expected this. The biggest con of this printer is for Macintosh users. It took me two days to properly configure this printer to work wirelessly with my Mac.
Summary: I read a lot of reviews about this item before I bought it. I also debated between getting this unit and one of the HP airprint enabled printers (of which there are only a handful). In the end I decided to get both. I think that you need to have a proper expectation and understanding of what you're buying before you buy it. If you are going to be printing photos or high resolution color images, you shouldn't be looking at laser.
Summary: My intial purchase of a new 315w printer, and the fact that it was so easy to set up and use from wherever in my three story home, prompted this second buy as a gift to someone else. Unfortunately, it was a used unit, and the previous owner did not pay attention to packaging details, and the printer is inoperable, The ink toners are still usable and more than half full(a new set can cost $168.00), it is difficult to get service on the unit (no centers in the New Jersey...