Excerpt: ==Intro== I bought this printer as a replacement for my inkjet printer, this was my first laser printer and it had been the only one for over 2 years now. ==Design== The design is squarish in white and rather modern looking. The paper tray is a flippable cover at the front.
Excerpt: The Samsung ML 160 mono laser printer has to be the cheapest laser printer ever! The only downside is that its only a mono printer and whilst the supplied cartrudge does seem to last for ages when it does run out you will find that it's rather expensive to buy a replacement cartridge - in fact it...
Excerpt: What can you say? For £50 it's a bargain for a laser printer. And there is no evidence of corner cutting of cheapness. The unit is extremely well built and feels very sturdy, there is no chance of this thing breaking down in a hurry.
Excerpt: The paper keeps jamming, even new high quality laser paper, and there`s nothing to free the mechanism so you can unjam it. Now the toner cartridge has run out after a very short time in use, and I`ve decided it would be cheaper just to buy a new printer.
Excerpt: I have two similar printers - ML1610. I can tell you, it is the one for any SOHO workers. I rely on them to print my notes although photocopying may be cheaper, but the time and money wasted there would be quite a shock! As I can set the 'toner save' function, there will be quite a saving too.
Excerpt: I purchased the the Samsung ML-1610 between 2 and 3 years ago and paid £99.00 which I thought was excellent value for a laser printer. It was the cheapest laser printer onthe market at thetime and I'll admit I wasn't expecting it to be a great printer.
Pros: Very Cheap for a laser printer . Toner Save Function .