economically efficient if you don't print in color that often
JAMES KERRY, Amazon
16 May 2014
Summary: after owning 2-3 color printers that refuse to operate without a single color cartridge out of 3, I threw in the towel and decided to get a laser B/W printer. After two and a half years of light printing, the ink cartridge is still going strong (I bought a back up cartridge that remains unopened).
Summary: This printer weighs less than half of the Brother duplex laser it replaces. Nice when it is in a cabinet. So far I find the print to be clear and fast once the driver goes through its pre print workup.
Summary: The printer itself was easy to set up on my network. I am able to print from all three of my home computers. With the help of the Samsung app I am also able to print from my android tablet and Iphone with ease. The printer speed and quality are outstanding.
Summary: The printer seems to print well and the duplex operation works without a problem. What is a problem is setting up the IP address to be fixed, you have to install an app of the CD that comes with it, even though the device has a web interface.
The printer's fantastic - the accompanying software is so-so
30 January 2013
Summary: The printer worked fine out of the box - contrary to some of the reviews I had read, there were no installation problems (Windows 7). We've had the printer several months and it reports we've still got 45% of the toner left.
Good for the price, has duplex printing, good econo mode
Bron "Bron", Amazon
19 January 2013
Summary: I have had several Samsung printers and they have all been capable machines. The install software is often a bit flaky, but once you get them set up they work well. This one is no different. All in all a good value, especially for a printer with duplex printing and wifi networking.
Summary: Pros: duplex (the real one, not manual feeding), network printing with well made interface settings, Linux support, paper hasn't jammed yet in a month of light use (about 100 pages), quick wake up on LAN access, cheap enough Cons: poor picture printing, no wireless, black and white only, no power...