Cons: The unit can occasionally print out the first page, and then the amber warning light flashes...after resetting all the doors on the unit, it starts to reprint the first page again. The paper doesn't "jam" per se, though the printer thinks it does. Also, wifi absolutely REQURIES TKIP protocol, as ...
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.
Summary: A good deal for the money, especially when Newegg throws in an extended 1 year warranty for free, but the toner levels really disappointed me.
Pros: Easy setup, intuitive admin web interface, perfect speeds for casual printing. Wireless N is a plus.
Cons: According to the printer's diagnostics, the 4 toner cartridges were 90%, 76%, 72% and 68% full right out of the box. Really...? I understand it's refurbished, but I really expected full cartridges.
Summary: It gets the job done and the price per page is on par with the other sub 100 buck color printer I was looking at although the Samsung Toners output only half the amount of the other printer in this price range. LOTS of drivers. OSX, Linux, Windows.
Pros: Built in networking (wired and wireless). Color print outs look vibrant and clean.
Cons: SLOW... Cheap materials. The tray flexes when you handle it.
Summary: I ended up using a fixed IP address and just turn the printer on when I need it (rarely) and then print out right away before it goes into a coma. This thing is only good for light duty unless you have deep pockets for toner.
Pros: Cheap to purchase. Decent build quality for the price. Small footprint. Printouts look quite good.
Cons: When it goes to sleep in wireless mode, it's more like going into a coma. All attached devices will report it being offline, and it won't wake up. It's goes through toner like water, and it's extremely expensive. You can only set up wifi by attaching it to the computer and running the install dis...
Summary: Have this on hard-wire, so cannot comment on the wi-fi capabilities. Did not have the "light-dimming" experience on powering up, takes a little while to warm up, but not enough to be a nuisance (print jobs spool anyway, so prints will eventually show up).
Pros: Good price for a color laser printer. Easy to set up.
Cons: Not for printing on photo paper. Prints look washed out, and there was a bluish line across the print. Prints fine on paper though.
Summary: Worth the price, I suppose. Toner cartridges seem rather low capacity. But fine for the money. The annoyances are not deal breakers, but they are annoying. Fortunately I am not a high volume printer person. I had no trouble with the wi-fi, simply entering my network password as the key.
Pros: Good quality print, wi-fi works great, wakes up from sleep mode to print quickly, compact footprint. Good quality and fast printing for the price.
Cons: Strong odors after printing, persisting quite awhile. It didn't just go away after a couple of uses, either! It still hasn't! Worst feature is buggy software. Printer status monitor on WinXP machine crashes every time the printer prints. This does not affect print operation, but I can't even turn...
Pros: Got it for $90. Great for folks like me that don't print often and never have to worry if the ink dried up.
Cons: Read a review that the printer causes their light flicker. I didn't believe it. Well, I turn on the printer and my light flicker. Took it off my UPS and it still happen. Let see if this will pop the breaker in the summer time. Lousy software. After I installed the software from the CD, it kick of...
Cons: If the auto connect feature doesn't work you might as well forget wireless operation. If you have a secure wireless network then the auto connect feature is challenged. Then you are faced with many pages of instruction as to how to get this thing to connect wirelessly. My other Laser printer was ...
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.