Great Value! Duplex! Just don't stick envelopes in it!
James, B&H Photo
13 December 2015
Excerpt: This is great printer for the home office with medium-duty use. It has a nice and cotained paper tray like the heavy-duty models you might see at the office. The optional 5000-page toner cartridge is reasonably priced. For the quality and options this printer offers you can't beat the value.
Summary: I've had this printer for 6 months and use it infrequently (print once daily on average) for home use. Note that this printer does not offer wireless or bluetooth connection. I didn't need either and bought the printer at a great price (about half the price of a replacement toner cartridge).
Pros: Fast printing speed and crisp printing. I was surprised by the full size toner cartridge that came with the printer. Competitor's products often come with only a trial size toner cartridge. Setup was a breeze. No problem with jams or grabbing multiple sheets of paper. Very low cost per page.
Cons: No cons since it meets all of my requirements.
Excellent price for a dependable machine that doesn't jam or become unusable (like an inkjet) with dried-out cartridges.
Satisfied Amazon customer, Amazon
10 June 2014
Summary: My Samsung ProXpress SL-M3320ND Monochrome Printer gives me no trouble. It costs $79.99. It prints quickly (more than 29 ppm.) It's size is 14" L X 14" W X 12" H. It's energy consumption is 600 W (only while printing). Standby is considerably less.
Summary: Didn't come with a USB cable - not a big deal for me since I am using Ethernet. I had to shake the toner unit to get it to print evenly. At first the left side was washed out. After shaking the unit and re-seating it prints fine.
Pros: Automatic Duplex Printing Network based (i.e. Ethernet) Bypass tray Sale price (85$ shipped) was a steal. Came with 3k pages toner unit.
Cons: Pulls alot of power when printing. One of my lights flickers when it first starts printing. However, it did not trip any breakers or create tons of heat as other reviewers said.
Summary: First laser at hope replacing an HP Ink jet which started to have problems. I use HPs at work all day and a few others, this Samsung has been outstanding. The family prints a fair amount but maybe only 100 a month and it immediately comes out. No waiting around like the inkjet, often many minutes.
Pros: Cheap entry point into a laser printer - $85 responsive easy to set up does not seem to use a lot of toner
Cons: Toner Replacements cost more than the printer - $108 Similar to wireless Samsung unit, but no wireless. I don't need it anyways
Summary: As I type Amazon has this listed at ninety-nine dollars. For a network laser printer with duplexing, that's a lot of printer for the price. Air and Cloud print support is a nice nod to the new world of working with mobile devices, and would make this a great option for showroom situations where...