Summary: Now I have a printer that does what a printer should do. I wanted a print out of the exact size of a circuit board layout that I created and I got it from my Xerox Phaser 3250/D. It's Fast. It's good. And I'm happy.
Summary: This printer was purchased as a secondary printer in a fairly busy office. It arrived in expected time and there were no issues with packaging. It has been in use for about 6 months. Does well with toner - doesn't seem to "go through" it to fast. The setup and installation went well. It is networked and all in all works well! I would say it is a good value for the money spent!
Summary: We put this printer in a lounge for use by 40 students at varying capacity. It's a little slow at printing PDFs at times, but on the whole it works great and is exactly what we needed to stretch our budget. A great little printer at a great price. It would be nice to have a manual...it didn't come with one. So, we have to google something when the lights blink. However, so far, no jams, quality printing.
Summary: This printer is very good for the price. I have had no issues with the printer whatsoever. I would defintely recomend this printer. Prints good, not sure how much the tonor cartridge is but so far happy with my purchase.
Summary: About six months ago I bought this printer to use as a non-networked printer hooked up to my Dell Latitude laptop running Windows 7. I had no trouble hooking it up and it has run flawlessly ever since when printing 8.5 X 11 letterhead. Unfortunately, the printer does not work well with envelopes as it consistently wrinkles the envelopes during the printing process and heat seals the gum on the flap.
Works well as a Network Printer and a great Duplex Printer!
8 April 2012
Summary: It has worked for me so far despite the negative reviews of several reviewers here. I have not had any issues with the duplex function which I think works great. I do feel that you need to have a certain degree of knowledge about computers and setting up networks to make it work consistently, especially after OS or firmware upgrades. A few times I have needed to reset the print server or update the IP.
Pros: Duplex, good quality copies, toner cartridge price OK
Cons: I purchased 2 of these printers. Both died after about 6k copies when the fuser went bad. I had several toner cartridges so I had to get one fixed at a cost of $200. If you develop a grinding noise you will know its done. The gears in the fuser mechanism disintegrate. Too bad, a nice printer otherwise.
Summary: If you print allot of envelopes this is not the printer for you. To print envelopes you have to feed them one by one (only holds 1 piece) through the slot and hope the printer catches the envelope. This printer also seals the envelope closed without the letter in it and if you put the letter in the envelope it will not feed through the printer because it is too thick, that's not good. This printer sucks!