THOMAS JACKSON = SAMSUNG CLP-600N COLOR LASER PRINTER
THOMAS .H. JACKSON, Amazon
4 March 2014
Summary: I BROUGHT THIS PRINTER AS REFURBISHED FOR $469 INSTEAD OF BUYING THE USED PRINTER FOR $190. WHEN I RECEIVED THE PRINTER I NOTICED THAT THE INK CARTRIDGES WERE NOT NEW AND WERE PLACED IN PLASTICE BAGS TO WHICH THE INK LEAKED OUT AND I HAD TO CLEAN THE BEFORE THEY COULD BE USED.
Summary: I purchased this printer for use in my office 2 to 3 years ago. I have used it daily mostly for printing packing slips, brochures, ads, and shipping labels. The printer has only jammed once, and that is when a book was sitting in the way of the papers exit path.
Summary: Purchased this from Staples for $49.99. I have had it for 6 months and absolutely love it. What was Staples thinking when they sold it to me so cheap? Used the USB connection for the first 3 months until opened a small office. Now it sits on the network with 12 other Users.
Heavy, Bulky, Loud and Poor Quality Prints, Bad Customer Service
TW "Stripee", Amazon
2 June 2008
Summary: I have had problems with this printer since day 1, I am on a mac and found it very difficult to network. Several long calls with inexperienced tech support people. When I finally got it up and running I had black chicken scratches every inch down the page.
This Printer Has Been Designed to Rob Customers Blind
Ed R., Amazon
21 April 2008
Summary: I have owned this printer for about a year. We mainly use printers for black ink output and occasionally for color. We decided on a laser printer since we were going through deskjet cartridges like they were water.
Summary: I own a CLP-500 & a CLP-510. Very happy with those Samsung printers EXCEPT no Networking. Set one up manually and worked so-so, The CLP-600N is PERFECT in that area. EASY setup (3 computers) FAST responce to print. Great quality, 1200dpi compared to 600dpi on the older ones.
Summary: The value of this printer is that it gives me profressional grade quality in my home office. That means I can prepare for a client meeting, print off marketing materials as I need them thus saving me time and effort to get ready for a client.
Summary: I've only had this printer for a few days and I agree that the documentation on this printer is poor. However all that is required to set this printer up on a wired LAN is to install the printer driver from the installation CD on each PC on your network.
Summary: There is virtually no useful documentation on how to setup the printer in a networked environment. There isn't much information on the web either. So after 3 hours of experimenting, here's a how-to guide to benefit someone else who may be on the same path.