Summary: I find this printer rather quirky and awkward. On start up the printer reverts to dual side printing even though I change the property to single side. The feed for envelopes is awkward to use and I find the user guide less than helpful on how to navigate and set up the printer or manage the issues noted above.
Summary: This was the first time I did not buy a HP printer, as they now now seem to have a cheap plastic feel to it. This Xerox printer does an execellent job, I have it connected to the network by cable. Absolutely no regrets so far, love the duplex printing.
I Needed Black and White 8.5 x 11 Docs Today, Not Tomorrow. Thank You Xerox Phaser 3320. So Far So Good.
2 February 2014
Summary: My year old Epson Workforce 1100 has pretty colors, prints on "any" size and type of sheet. My loyal and faithful old HP Series II was here before the dawn of time. They both print black and white docs at the speed of a Glacier. Xerox 3320 Phaser got me out of "Greenland," so to speak, and back to my office in North Florida. I was ready to spend a few hundred if necessary. Researched it. Bought it. So far so good. It has met or exceeded my expectations.
Summary: I love this printer, especially the duplex feature which I really didn't pay much attention to when originally researching which printer to buy. I use this in a small business and print maybe 30 to 50 pages a day, sometime up to a 100. The unit has been perfect since day one -- have owned it for about a year now. No jams, no problems, fast, fast, fast. With duplex the unit will print on both sides of a page.
Summary: I've read some reviews of bottom-of-the-line Xerox printers where authors suspect those to be clones of cheap Samsung models. This one hopefully is not. Works rather quietly and the warm-up time seems not unreasonable. Though not the cheapest in its class, it was priced competitively on Amazon. I have yet to figure out the true cost of a copy, but hope that it will be comparable with what I had for the old LaserJet 6.
Pros: I'm upgrading my previous review of the Xerox 3320dni printer. It's working now. I paid a computer tech guy to come over and try to get this Xerox 3320dni printer to work. He spent about an hour and tried everything-- new cords, changed the port on my computer from a usb 3.0 port to a usb 2.0. Finally, he checked on-line and saw that the firmware had been updated. He downloaded the new firmware and the printer is now working OK. The bypass tray is also now automatic (...
Cons: The con that I have is that I spent $340 + shipping + $80 (service tech) on this printer and it came without the proper firmware. I just can't believe that a huge corporation like Xerox can't ship their products with the proper firmware installed to make their products work. For that I am giving this Xerox printer only 3 eggs even if this printer works perfectly from now on!!!
Summary: I think something is wrong with the driver. But I am such a computer/tech idiot, I don't know what to do. The thing now just sits there and rots. What a mess I'm in.
Pros: I think it is built of heavier duty materials and more robust than other comparable brands in the price range.
Cons: My OS is Windows XP with 3 (whatever you call it). I hooked up the printer to my computer, installed the driver and it won't print. I turn the printer off then on and sometimes it will print something, usually a status/configuration sheet.