Summary: I bought this printer to replace my HP color inkjet and wanted to print some color labels for my honey bottles, the bees have been busy this summer. I am still using it wired as I have not yet been able to connect to our MacBooks using a wireless connection.
Amazing price for a good, basic laser printer... but, as it turns out, at a cost
W. Maite "I love books", Amazon
6 January 2012
Summary: A color laser printer for $125 is unheard of, so I was more than happy when a friend sent me a link to this one. I've had great results. The color printing is somewhat slow, but grayscale printing is much faster that any inkjet I've owned.
Summary: The CLP-325W is certainly a good price, but the quality is poor. I have two main gripes about quality. First, the color is over-saturated. The HP 1525nw, on the other hand, has more natural color. Second, the Samsung prints are super glossy.
Printer is fine but software a little temperamental
Anglian Parks and Wildlife, Amazon
22 September 2013
Summary: Been using this for a while now. Just had to buy my first replacement toner cartridges at just under 1000 prints from the ones supplied with the machine which equates to about 13p per printed A4 page. This should reduce with the new set of cartridges.
Excerpt: I have mixed feelings about this product. Samsung are one of the few manufacturers which make a wireless colour laser printer, and one which is at an affordable price. I'd previously had an HP MFP Colour Laser, but the toners had got so expensive, it was cheaper to replace the machine itself.
Good printer, but be careful if you're connecting to a Mac.
Formerly frustrated MacUser, Amazon
30 May 2011
Summary: This is a very good printer for the money. However, as stated in other reviews, the set up is a bit hit and miss. Firstly, as a straightforward plugged-in printer this works well, and is quick to set up.
Summary: This is still sitting on a table in the corner of my room. Son in Law (20 odd years IT technician) spent four hours trying to configure it for my PC. Eventually tried to use it wired up pending purchase of a better wireless router. It does produce good images, but you must use good quality paper.
Great printer, abysmal set-up if you use a Mac, but here is how
Epictetus "Epictetus", Amazon
30 December 2010
Summary: I already had a Samsung B&W printer and also the non-wireless version of this printer, which I had had connected wirelessly via a Mac airport. That printer would print only six pages when set up with airport, so I decided to buy the wireless version of the printer to fix the problem.