Samsung CLP-775ND/XAC Wireless Color Photo Printer
6 days ago
Summary: Great printer for the price - fast, beautiful crisp clear copies. Paper drawer holds a full ream and there's an external indicator showing how much paper is left. Driver installation on XP went perfectly smoothly. Don't like the OPC drum in every toner cartridge - gonna make replacing them expensive. And with the manufacturer providing only starter carts, THAT will happen much sooner than I'd like. Come on, Samsung, toner is cheap!
BE AWARE CLP-775ND/XAA & CLP-775ND/XAC are not wireless printers.
4 August 2014
Summary: The quality and speed on the printer is great from what I can tell after two days. Much better than either of our two brother color laser printers (9840CDW & 9970CDW) BE AWARE CLP-775ND/XAA & CLP-775ND/XAC are not wireless printers. Samsung has an optional wireless card you can buy Part# ML-NWA65L. FYI according to Samsung the wireless version of this printer would be part# CLP-775NDW and the XAA and XAC only stand for Canadian or American Manufacture.
Summary: The printer output is excellent, save for the note below. Having used it for a year, here is what a potential buyer should know. Also, I use a Mac (latest OS 10.9 and drivers, etc.) which may have an impact on the following issues: o If you print detailed PPT's, you need the extra memory. The extra memory is EXTREMELY expensive. Hundreds of $$ for the extra memory module. HP Memory for the same amount is about $20.00.
Summary: Have been using this printer for the past four weeks and couldn't be happier. Fast printing and great color with large, high capacity toner capacities. Would definitely recommend this printer to others in an small office setting but is overkill for home use.
Terrific print quality, bypass tray is a huge pain
8 February 2013
Summary: Love the quality of the printing, and the speed is amazing. No warm up time. But the bypass tray is a huge problem. I can't just put a piece of paper in the tray, it has to be inserted in just the right place to be grabbed. Most of the time I waste multiple sheets of paper as it gets grabbed from the drawer first as the placement in the tray was not recognized. I haven't figured out how to fix this yet.
Summary: I've had this printer for a couple of months now and have been very pleased. The paper capacity is larger than my old printer (an OKI), it's quieter, warms up faster, and the paper path seems to be better as well. On top of all that, I was worried about running out of toner quickly but the utility shows the toner is still over 80%. I highly recommend this one, on Windows 7 or 8 seems to work fine.
Summary: CAUTION - This device is expensive to purchas, expensive to operate and DOES not work well with Windows 7, 64-bit OR Acrobat 9.5, 10, of XI - Print quality NOT good, uses a great deal of toner, jams all the time, will not undate firmware, online support is good, but you cannot fix the device physically over the phone, on site support good, but could not resolve software conflicts. (SO Samsung blames the [new] Windows computer) . . .
Summary: This is a great printer - except one issue. We recieved it, installed it, and began our first print job over ethernet immediately. Fast, relatively quiet, excellent print and very good photo copy. Sat down this evening to install the wireless, followed the directions, hooked it into a USB to configure the wireless - it couldn't find the wireless settings. Called Samsung, very helpful guy.