Summary: This printer is fantastic and performs extremely well. The delivery of printed pages is fast and reasonably quiet. For the price paid, there can be none better. For a basic, cheap to run mono laser to can't be beaten. A cheap option to the expensive ink jet printers when mono print is required!
Excerpt: This is one of our office printers and I'm reviewing it after nearly 2 years of use. This is a compact basic mono-only laser printer. It has no fancy features or gadgets and produces straightforward black and white printing. Specs (the boring bit): A4 paper feed, up to 20 pages per minutes, paper tray capacity 150 sheets, connects via USB, print quality is 1200dpi x 600dpi. In use: A nifty little printer that is networked up and serves about 6 people quite adequately.
Summary: I love this cheap to run laser printer. You do need to use 90 gsm paper or higher in it but that is more than paid back by the amount of time it takes to use its toner up. I have had three new caartridges and am just buying my fourth and it is still going strong and printing clear and trouble free.
Excerpt: My trusty Samsung ML-2010R has had to do a great deal of printing since I purchased it back in 2008. It even had to print off over 500 pages in one day once. Without breaking down! Like most modern printers, it connects via USB (unfortunately not ethernet but at the cheap price of £52 including VAT and delivery it wasn't a loss, this might have been a sale price though). No cable came with it, but I already had one. Most pound shops stock them anyway these days.
A truly practical black & white printer for the sole trader, club or small business
12 February 2009
Excerpt: The ascent of cheap inkjet printing technology in the late 1990s means that there's a whole generation (mine) that still thinks that "inkjet is cheap, laser printing is expensive". Our first laser printer cost 2000 GB Pounds back in 1992 - and that was one of the cheapest around. As a freelance trainer I need to produce course materials and handout packs quickly for between ten and thirty people, and my typical print run is about three hundred pages.
Excerpt: If you're looking to purchase a Samsung ML2010R printer, you may be slightly sceptical when you look at the price. These printers can be picked up for less than £50.00, but don't let the price put you off. *** Installing *** As with all of my Samsung devices, this was extremely easy to install. One thing to note is that a USB cable is not included in the box, so make sure you purchase one.
Summary: I got this printer cheap to help me with my home study and ive never looked back. Ive not had any jams on it. My only comment is that the images that i have had to print the dithering is a little of but then its a mono laser that i got for just under £100 so im happy.
Summary: Wouldnt touch it with a barge pole. paper jammed a few times when still only a couple of months old but nothing too serious as it was intermittent and sorted by following trouble shooting instructions that automatically popped up. It was only after 12 months - and a particularly busy time in work that it stopped working altogether with intermittent paper jam becoming permanent. I expect more than 12 months printing from a printer. I hadn't even changed the toner.
Excerpt: I searched for a good laser printer and I checked my options for HP 1020 model and I purchased this Samsung ML 2010 R. At a price of Rs 5000(110$), it had a lot of advantage over the HP in terms of cost, memory size up to 8mb.Its standard cartridge gives a print for may be for a 2000, as I was told. Its a Concorde of the printers at 19,20,18 ppm under my observation. I am a university graduate and I need a B/W prints and I got a real Black beauty doing the job for me.
Excerpt: I purchased this printer around 3 months ago for £45 which I thought was great value for money. Laser printers have come down in price over the last few years and mono (black and white) laser printers are now of similar price to basic ink-jets. I wanted to buy a laser printer as I was fed up with inkjets drinking ink and the faff of having to change ink on such a regular basis. The samsung was in my budget and had all the benefits of a laser printer in a small box.