Summary: This printer is a great printer. It has easy networking setup and great user interface. Once warmed up it prints duplex rapidly and prints in fantastic clarity in draft setting. I would suggest setting print preferences to auto draft setting to conserve ink. The factory ink cartriges are the only downfall to this printer. The factory replacement toner is very expensive and don't seem to print any where near the number of pages they tell you even in draft.
Summary: I replaced my previous HP 2600n with this unit which was on sale (one day at Frys) for less than a full set of replacement ink for the HP! The HP also used a proprietary protocol and the Linux drivers couldn't do a very good job with colour. The CLP-610ND supports PCL5 & 6 which are pretty much open standards. Ubuntu had no problem finding the printer, picking a driver and providing all the features including duplex and 3 print quality settings.
Summary: This thing is big. VERY big. And heavy. The build quality is really good for a consumer level printer, and is even better considering the price... the thing is dirt cheap. Speed is really good once the printer starts printing. It does take it a bit to wake up and get to that first page, but it seems typical for a laser printer. Once it does start spitting out paper though, it is fast. This is a business class printer.
Summary: Wonderful color laser printer, with auto-duplexing. Warms up very quickly, and it prints color pages as fast as black and white pages. Highly recommend for small business and personal use. A bit larger in footprint, but well worth losing the workspace.
Summary: We really like the output, which is sharp and vivid. Small text is easily legible. For a home printer, the Samsung is relatively quiet and fast. The only issue we had was hooking the printer up to a home LAN. We solved this by downloading the latest drivers from Samsung; configuration was straightforward and easy. We found that giving the printer a static IP address in the router helped with some network issues.
Summary: I've never owned a color laser printer before. This would be the first one. This printer is pretty economical on ink which is very important since inks are expensive. I really like the duplex and network printing capabilities...one of the primary reasons why I bought it. I've used this for 6 months now and haven't had issues yet..knock on wood.
Summary: I bought this mail order from New Egg, not Amazon, but I wanted to review it here among other review sites in order to help others. First, this printer is my third laser printer over the last 12 years. The first laser I owned was for college. It was a nice, small Okidata. It performed very well. My second laser was a Samsung 1430, which I still have today and it still prints excellently. My third laser was the 610ND.
Summary: At a month old the unit has been fine. Just printed off a 350 Duplex newsletter that went fine. I run this on a Mac network. Had a bit of an issue with mail merge, the formating got all goofy. It comes with 128Mb ram, looking into if this was the issue. Had to give it an ip address on the network, it's not up to the ease of setup standards that Mac users are used to, but there's no pocket protector in my shirt, I figured it out.
Summary: PROS I just got my printer last week and I love it! The print is nice and crisp, and the multi-purpose tray and duplexing works perfectly. As an Administrative Assistant, I needed a printer that could print envelopes, and labels, as well as standard size paper. It duplexes great too, and the ink does not bleed through the paper. CONS So far, none. ADDITIONAL COMMENTS: I have not had to replace the toner yet.
Summary: Der Clp-610 ist ein Preiswerter Farblaser mit Duplexeinheit. Egal ob Bilder oder normale Geschäftsbriefe, er druckt alles prima. Jetzt nach den ersten 1000 Seiten bin ich immer noch rundum Zufrieden. Schnelle erste Seite und schnelle Seitenfolge.