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. This will not handle real heavy card stock like the Brother which had a straight through the box print option. The Samsung will bend every sheet - so if you print business cards look for a different printer. For 8.5 by 11 double sided it is FAST!
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. My only knock on this product is the expense of replacing the toner cartridges. $70+ a pop makes this printer expensive to maintain, especially if you print with any regularity.
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
Ginger Davis Allman, Amazon
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. In that time we would have spent more than we spent on this printer just buying ink for our old inkjet printer. The double sided printing works fine, it does everything a small laser printer should.
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 off button (wakes on LAN always)