Cheaply built, unreliable, and incredibly annoying!
22 September 2013
Summary: I all ready have a great Okia Data color laser and Epson photo printer but I needed something for staff to occasionally print out stuff on cheap consumables...less then 25 pages a month. I purchased this printer to handle jobs like one envelope or print out a manual..
Summary: When I purchased this printer, I tested it out and it seemed to be working well both with Linux (Ubuntu) and Windows 7. Duplex printing worked perfectly and the print quality was great. What I did not test was how it would behave when I used several sheets of paper.
Summary: I just got the printer two days ago... Using with Mac OS X Lion. I spent hours trying to Set IP of the machine to a number in the range of my home network. I don't understand why on earth I have to go through the almost endless complexities when all I did with my other devices (I have about 10...
Summary: I was pretty excited to get this laser printer. Seemed like a great deal. Unfortunately my Mac running OS 10.7.4 could not establish a connection with the printer. Returning and will try HP next time.
Summary: Positives: I love this printer. I got it to replace another Samsung Printer, a ML-2525 which chugged along happily for years with no problems. My experience with my old Samsung is that the print cartridge lasts forever (not the case with my HP or Epson printers)(as good as my old Lexmark E210...
Summary: Dead out of the box!!!!! After installing it, I couldn't get it to test print. It would go through the motions, and then I would get an error. (can't remember the exact error) Nevertheless, stay away from this one!!!!!
Summary: I have had this printer for about 2 days and have had more than 20 paper jams. If you put in more than 10 sheets of paper the thing will not print. I'm sure this is probably a defective product but people should be aware that this problem exists and can happen to them.