Conclusion: The preferences of the printer allows for the standard portrait and landscape printing options. Changes in the print resolution is also available as well as watermarking and overlays. The quality of the print is excellent. All text are crisp, even when using the toner save function. The following is a picture of an actual page print of the US Constitution.
Pros: Laser quality at inkjet prices, Lightweight, USB2.0 / Parallel options, Ink cartridge included, Very simple to use, Paper tray
Excerpt: With its faster-than-average speed, 15,000-pages-per-month duty cycle, Windows and Mac support, parallel and USB 2.0 ports, and one-year exchange program, the Samsung ML-1750 is a strong contender for top honors. To sweeten the deal, it's also one of four printers tied for the lowest price. It had the second-fastest total output time on both our general-purpose and high-quality speed tests, as well as the second-lowest rated cost per page, at 1.7 cents.
Conclusion: But while they weren't nearly as handsome as color inkjet prints, at least the 8 by 10 images arrived in a hurry -- averaging 18 seconds. The Samsung also came closer than many lasers to its advertised first-page-out time (12 seconds), printing our one-page business letter (with small company-logo graphic) in 13 seconds.
Pros: A quick, compact, affordable monochrome laser with exemplary slide-out-drawer and straight-through-slot paper-handling, Handy toner-save button for draft printouts
Cons: Great text but mediocre graphics quality, Print buffer and paper capacity not expandable; network adapter not available