Conclusion: Other than the Eco mode, which Samsung claims can save up to 20 percent in paper and toner costs, there isn’t anything all that special about the M2825DW. But that’s OK. Just because it doesn’t play music or make snow cones, doesn’t make it a bad printer.
Conclusion: Your view of the Xpress M2825DW will be strongly influenced by your particular needs. If space is tight, or you work a lot with PDFs, you’ll probably want to look elsewhere—perhaps to the faster, lighter Brother HL-2270dw, or the multifunction Dell B1163w.
Pros: Broad mobile-printing support, Strong text print quality, Deep print-management, Eco utilities, Easy setup, 250-sheet tray capacity
Cons: Paper-tray design needs work, Separate toner and drum replacements required, Poor photo print quality