Excerpt: The Samsung ML-1210 scores a bit better than the Lexmark E210 on output quality. Text is crisp enough to be easily readable even at 5 points for some fonts. As with the Lexmark printer, lines are clear in graphics and black fills are solid. Again, light gray lines on a white background and thin white lines on a black background don't show. Photos, however, are noticeably better than those from the E210, with the output qualifying as near photo quality.
Conclusion: Except for the toner-save button, the only controls on the printer itself are the handy-dandy one-page demo-printout button (also used to start each page of a manual-feed job) and a button to cancel a job in progress. Tapping the latter also reprints just the last page of any job, even if you've shut down the application or switched off your PC; it's a convenient way to get another copy of a one-page letter.