AVOID THIS FRUSTRATING PRINTER - constant paper jams & $500 toner cartridges
B. L. Armstrong, Amazon
12 April 2008
Summary: For a printer fraught with printing problems, it is expensive at $500 + $500 for toner cartridges. We had problems with it right out of the box. After 1 month and many calls to Samsung's Tech Support to solve a myriad of printing & networking problems, we finally got it up and running (briefly).
Summary: Not sure what happened to Jazzy from Boise, but...here is my story. I bought this printer for $17*.** from Office*****, got the printer home, unpackaged it, put in toner, plugged in network cable, printed a demo/test page by holding in the "online" button and then releasing it, installed the network...
Summary: BEWARE that the Samsung CLP-600N color laser printer literally stinks! Upon powering it up it emits a sickening toxic smell that sent everyone in our office outside for fresh air. Tech support says it emits a normal amount of smell. Compared to what is the question.
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: 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.
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: 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.
This Printer Has Been Designed to Rob Customers Blind
Ed R., Amazon
15 January 2007
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.