Excerpt: Excellent print quality. The only Cons I have are when you turn the paper to print on the back side, unless you have it dead on straight, it will crinkle (it's not as easy as it seems). Also, when doing envelopes, it crinkles the envelop plus seals it shut...sometimes, if you're lucky, you can pry it open. I've pretty much given up and use the typewriter for addressing envelopes. Thinking of getting some parchment paper or something so see it it'll work.
Excerpt: I bought the Phaser 3250 a year and a half ago. I like its print quality, speed, and its lack of noise. The downside to using this printer is that it overheats quickly, especially when extensively using 2-sided printing.
Excerpt: This is solid reliable printer for personal use. I purchased the duplex model. The driver is not very intuitive on how to print duplex, but once you figure it out it does an excellent job. I'm not a fan of the CRUM chip toner cartridge system, but it looks like most manufactures are going to somehting like that so it could be you just have to live with it.
Great printer. I give it a 4.5. Maybe even a 4.75.
Worker Bee, Adorama
16 March 2011
Excerpt: This has been a great printer for our office. The only reason I give it four stars instead of five is that paper will sometimes get caught in the printer, but I suspect that has more to do with kinds of paper than with the printer itself. Print quality is excellent! Speed is good when duplexing, and excellent on one-page printing.
Excerpt: Overall I'm very happy with our Phaser 3250s, the design is simple and understated but yet attractive and even stylish. It performs well for even large print jobs, and the print quality stays even and consistent regardless of how large the document is. The unit's light weight makes it easy move from place to place if necessary, and the print driver controls are easy to understand in case you need to adjust any settings, though most of the time the default settings work...
Excerpt: This printer is our company standard for personal printers. I can have it out of the box, on the user's desk, and printing within five minutes. It's not a high-output device, but for those users who abuse their personal printers, it's so inexpensive that we can easily replace it if it breaks down.