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Samsung is a South Korean MNC and one of the most famous electronics and IT companies. Established in 2009 Samsung Print is a separate unit dedicated to B2B sales introducing a broad range of multifunctional devices and printers.

Samsung markets sundry printers designed for business as well as consumer use such as mono-laser printers, color laser printers, multifunction printers, and enterprise-use high-speed digital multifunction printer models.

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Samsung Multifunction Xpress M2885FW
Samsung ProXpress M4583FX
Samsung Xpress SL-M2825DW
Samsung Xpress SL-M2625D
Samsung Xpress SL-C410W
Samsung Multifunction Xpress M2885FW
Samsung ProXpress M4583FX
Samsung Xpress SL-M2825DW Wireless Monochrome Printer
Samsung Xpress SL-M2625D Wireless Monochrome Printer
Samsung SL-C410W Wireless Color Printer
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Release Date
Jul 2015
Aug 2015
Jun 2013
Jun 2013
Jul 2013
Output Type
Monochrome
Monochrome
Monochrome Printer
Monochrome Printer
Color Printer
Platform
Linux, Mac OS, Windows
Linux, Mac OS, Windows
PC, Mac, Unix, Linux, Mac OS, Windows
PC, Mac, Unix, Linux
PC, Mac, Linux
Printer Type
Laser, All-In-One
Laser
Workgroup Printer
Personal printer
Cost Per Page (Mono)
2.7 cents
1.5 cents
Maximum Resolution(BW) - Horizontal
600.0 dpi
600.0 dpi
600.0 dpi
Maximum Resolution(BW) - Vertical
4800.0 dpi
1200.0 dpi
4800.0 dpi

  • Aimed at personal use or shared use in a micro office, the Samsung Multifunction Xpress M2885FW delivers better overall output quality than most monochrome laser multifunction printers.


  • This inexpensive mono-laser all-in-one has unusually fast print speeds, plus a host of convenience features. Our only quibble is with the toner cost.


  • The Samsung Xpress M2885FW is a good printer that's fast, compact and low in toner cost, plus, it uses NFC to print documents wirelessly from smartphones and tablets. That said, we would have preferred a larger display to make the numerous functions easier to navigate through.


  • The Samsung ProXpress M4583FX monochrome laser comes with a user-friendly Android-based interface you access via a 10-inch color touch screen. Though not the speediest, text quality from this workhorse MFP is terrific.


  • The Samsung Xpress M2825DW monochrome laser can serve nicely as a personal printer, but its natural home is as a shared printer in a micro office.


  • The M2825DW offers some surprising high-end features, including broad mobile-device support and a highly configurable print manager. It's a good value, and best for light-to-moderate text printing in a home or small office.


  • Other than the Eco mode, which Samsung claims can save up to 20 percent in paper and toner costs, there isn't anything all that special about the M2825DW. But that's OK. Just because it doesn't play music or make snow cones, doesn't make it a bad printer. If you want lots of bells and whistles, you should look at multifunction printers. But if all you need are nice-looking monochrome prints, two-sided printing, reasonably fast speed, and low cost of purchase and maintenance, it doesn't get any better than the M2825DW.


  • The Samsung Xpress M2625D is an excellent fit as a personal mono laser for any size office, with a low price, small size, and more than acceptable output quality.


  • Though the Samsung Printer XPress C410W's NFC printing is a neat trick, it's compelling only in a world where NFC is everywhere. It's not. Of its other qualities, the look of the XPress C410W's output is its best suit and may compensate for the unit's mundane speed. We'd like this printer a lot better with more reasonable supply costs, thoughâ??at least a half-star better.


  • The Samsung Xpress C410W's NFC capabilities - a first for this type of machine - greatly simplify the printing process, as you don't need any apps or drivers. But with Samsung Mobile Print you could already print and scan remotely from your phone or tablet. However, here the lack of duplex and the high cost per page may deter some buyers.


  • To be fair, Samsung doesn't position the C410W as a consumer printer - it's really meant to be used in a small business or small workgroup environment. If it wasn't for the extremely expensive supply costs, we'd recommend the C410W for a high school or college student - the print quality can produce very good documents containing text and graphics, and the Eco mode does save a bit of toner when you're printing draft copies. Additionally, the NFC is a neat feature - if your mobile device is capable of using it.


Top 5 samsung printer:

  1. Samsung Multifunction Xpress M2885FW
  2. Samsung ProXpress M4583FX
  3. Samsung Xpress SL-M2825DW Wireless Monochrome Printer
  4. Samsung Xpress SL-M2625D Wireless Monochrome Printer
  5. Samsung SL-C410W Wireless Color Printer