Reviews and Problems with Samsung CLP-415N / CLP-415NW
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no duplex but great print quality, reliable.
5 October 2014
Summary: My wife has been asking for a color printer for a while, took a risk in buying this printer as a new release. At the time of writing this review I've had the printer for about 6 months. Initially the drivers were pretty buggy, crashing (and taking the whole printer spooler with it) at random times after sending print jobs. But I've rebuilt my computers since that time, installing the latest available drivers and they're stable now.
My point is that I'm pretty familiar with different brands of printers
Diana Oberlies, Amazon
22 August 2014
Summary: I have owned many Samsung products, including HD TVs and the little CLP 315w (3 of them) and I guess I've been very lucky because to date I have never had a problem with them that wasn't user error. I have also used many Epsons (1400, Workforce 7510, 7520, and the Artisan 835, the last three which I am now using. I have also used many HP printers, both IJ and Laserjet.
Summary: So far I love this machine. I have had many wireless printers over the years but none have come close to this in terms of easy setup. It literally took less than 60 seconds to connect to my network. i didn't even have to type in a password. It was awesome. It prints with very good detail. i have been using it to print save the dates for my wedding. Printing from my phone was seamless and easy. I do wish that it had duplexing but i can live without it.
Summary: For the price, I can't imagine having a better printer. It was easy to set up (according to my husband who did it.) I personally like it because it's fairly small and compact compared to are other wireless computer, and I can print directly from my phone with ease. It's also pretty quiet, which my guests appreciate, since it is in my guest room.
Summary: I love the way the Samsung prints color on regular paper. The images come out great....and fast! There is enough paper storage for a small office, and should be able to handle most print needs. It is small enough that it can sit out of the way, and you can keep it in your office somewhere because the Wi-Fi works great. I have mine in a cabinet. All images come out fast and crisp and sharp.
Summary: I have no Idea what everyone was talking about with network setup being a pain. The printer came with a one page quick wireless setup guide that would have been necessary if I was a complete moron. For those of us with a slight bit of intelligence, simply putting the CD into the drive and clicking on "Setup Network" seemed to do the trick. Not counting the EULA, it was literally three steps and less than a minute until I was printing over the network.