Summary: Samsung's CLP-775ND colour laser printer has power to spare for a busy workgroup, at a midrange price. It breaks no new ground in output quality, photos are a challenge for it as they are for most colour lasers, but aside from that it's a printer well worth considering.
Conclusion: To answer my earlier question, the Samsung CLP-775nd did live up to the previous generation CLP-770nd. The CLP-775 does everything well: good quality prints, standard duplexing, built-in networking, a large standard paper capacity and a functional Web server. Plus, Samsung throws in faster, more reliable print speeds, a 600 MHz dual core processor, a larger standard memory capacity and new software for a low initial cost (about $150 less than the CLP-770nd at its...
Pros: Good print quality, Quick print speeds, Easy to use
Summary: Samsung CLP-775ND comes with the capability to serve a busy workgroup. The printer has been showered with fast processing speed and delivers solid output quality. Also, it does offer good paper handling and comes handy for both small and mid-sized offices. • Good paper handling • Easy to use • Quick print speeds • Lots of paper capacity • Delivers grainy images • No front USB • Lacks toner saver mode The latest to hit the market is Samsung CLP-775ND Color Laser Printer.
Pros: Good paper handling , Easy to use , Quick print speeds , Lots of paper capacity
Cons: Delivers grainy images , No front USB , Lacks toner saver mode