Summary: Don't buy this printer if you need it to be able to work with more than one computer. I purchased this printer to replace my previous Samsung printer. With the older printer I was able to set up the network function within five minutes so that both my wife and I could use the printer.
Nice build quality, great price, but not all features work and online support is limited.
j whorfin, Amazon
15 January 2015
Summary: This review is for the Samsung M3320ND (and the M3820DW) with some general comments about Samsung printers at the end. After some recent disappointments with HP printers I decided to try another manufacturer. My first HP printer lasted me 15 years; that wasn't the case with my last two.
Summary: EDIT: 4-29-14 -I have now had this printer for a few months and have grown to really hate it. I plan on throwing it away. I print about 50 pages a day. The optional paper feed, which only takes one page, almost never prints correctly. It just got worse.
Excerpt: The machine is quiet and is good for a frequent user who does not plan on using the paper tray. The paper tray sucks up more than one sheet, crumples paper and is really inefficient. Had to return it.
Pros: I got this printer when it was on sale for ~$90 which is not a bad price for a laser printer with this printer's specifications. The warmup and printing is relatively quick for a printer of its cost.
Cons: The toner is much more expensive than toner for other laser printers. In the long run, it would be more cost efficient to go with a more expensive printer with the same specifications but cheaper toner. In addition to this, while printing, I have run into a lot of memory errors with this printer ...
Good printer if you can wake it up, not ready for cloud print
27 September 2013
Summary: The printer is always 'offline' and nothing I can do changes it. Pressing any button on the printer, even turning it off and on doesn't work. Even the setup is a problem if you are using Chromebooks or Chomeboxes. All instructions assume you have a PC or MAC.
Pretty good little printer, but its not really ready for Cloud Printing
J. G. Wong, Amazon
24 September 2013
Summary: This is not a Wireless Printer, so beware if you really are looking a wireless Google Cloud Printer. You will need either attach the printer directly to a wireless network via a Cable or connection to another PC that is already on the network and then share the device.