Summary: I bought this printer because at the time I had a Windows only printer "Winprinter".This printer works very well with Mandriva Linux The good points:The print quality is excellent and the toner/image drum prices are very economical and EASY to install.The product quality is good to very good. It is a cassette style feed and will manually duplex or you can feed different sized paper though a slot. The bad points: The tray is difficult to put back in.
Summary: I LIKE HOW FAST THIS ML 1750 LASER PRINTER PRINTS. ITS EAZY TO USE , HOLD ALOT OF PAPER. ALL THE KIDS IN MY HOME CAN HOOK THERE LAPTOPS TO IT AND MAKE IT WORK.I THINK IT WILL BE A PART OF MY FAMILEY FOR A LONG TIME..
Summary: I bought two 1750's. I used the first in my office, then bought another for my wife. Both have worked without problems for at least two years. Indeed, I'm in the midst of buying at least my third replacement cartridge for the more heavily used one. My wife uses Windows XP. I use XP for work, Ubuntu Linux for play, and all these systems support the 1750. They rarely jam, and when they do they are easy to unjam.
Summary: In interests of full disclosure, I chose not to buy this printer due to toner costs. Just check those costs before you buy. A 3000 page toner costs $79, versus $54 for the toner of an equivalent Brother (say the HL1440 which I have owned) or $70 for a 6000 page Brother toner. I think Samsung is known to do this "make the profit in the refills" for this printer.
Summary: An earlier reviewer complaining about toner costs missed a point about the Samsung. The Samsung toner cart is a combined toner/drum cartridge. The Brother printers have seperate toners and drums. From experience, you need to replace the Brother drum after about 15k pages, not the 20k they rate the drums at. So every 4-5 cartridges, you need a new drum too.
Summary: This is my first laser printer, and I'm amazed at how quickly it prints compared to my old inkjet. Text quality is great and the printer is very easy to set up. Mac users be warned, even though the specs say Macs are supported, Samsung ships this printer with a small card inside saying that any reference to Mac support should be disregarded and offers to buy back the printer because of this afterthought. Overall, an excellent value.
Summary: This is truly a fantastic investment. The picture quality is very sharp. It prints amazingly fast. Can do almost everything a professional quality printer could. It's so small it fits perfectly in my desk. It also goes into sleep mode to preserve the toner. Get this printer. The 1750, this one, is the newest model from samsung.
Summary: I just purchased a ML-1750, and so far it's great! The toner-save mode is quite handy, and still creates very legible text, just slightly lighter than normal mode. One wouldn't notice the difference except side-by-side, so it's well worth the 40% toner savings claimed by Samsung. The included toner prints only 1000 pages; 3000 pages is the yield for a regular cartridge, at around $80, a pretty good deal. The printer is fast and setup was easy.
Summary: If your looking for a small but very capable laser printer for personal or home office use, this Samsung is an excellent choice. In addition to its attractive appearance, small size, and fast print speed, this printer also has very good quality output for text and graphics. The only minor drawbacks I can claim have been mentioned by others: noise during operation (quiet when in sleep mode) and first print warm-up of about 30 seconds (actually quite good for printers in...
Excerpt: I would not say that this printer is one that I would recommend in all honesty. I use it every day, and the toners do tend to last quite a while, which is one positive. When printing it is also relatively quiet, so that is another bonus. In the five months that I have been using it, it has probably broken down four times, and when it does so it makes the most awful racket!