Great printer, expensive toner
This printer replaced a xerox color laser we had that was at its end of life. This printer is around 1/3 the size, but prints at the same quality and speed. Its great for printing reports in our office as we use colors to determine different items. We still use our black and white lasers for 90% of printing but for those times you need color you cannot beat the price on this.
Slow print performance
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.
Good print quality
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.
NFC printing, Excellent connectivity including Wi-Fi
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.
Excellent printer with support for mobile devices!
Overall, I am very happy with this unit and look forward to replacing my old workhorse that while it served me well kept me tethered to my PC or my router. I love the fact that I could completely set up the unit without ever having to be near any computer. Though it would have been nice to have duplex printing support, the ability to print from any mobile device (Android, iOS, and Windows) in my household makes this printer a clear winner.
Ease of use, Print quality
Two things stood out about the Samsung CLX-4195fw during testing: ease of use and print quality. Samsung isn't lying when they deemed their software as "Easy". Every program I used on my PC was well laid out; I loved the simplicity of the Easy Document Creator and the additions of the SNS Upload and E-Book Conversion.
Print quality was great with vivid color and better accuracy thanks to Samsung's Rendering Engine for Clean Page technology (or at least that's what they call it).
A Full-featured, Fast Small Business Printer
The CLX-4195FW incorporates a plethora of useful and well-implemented capabilities, and is an excellent MFP by itself. And though Samsung is a newer to building printers than many other brands out there, the company has made impressive inroads into meeting the needs of small businesses.
The only improvement we'd like to see concerns the resistive touch screen.
Prints in both color and black and white
While it won't print as quickly as a dedicated black-and-white laser printer, the Samsung CLX-4195FW has plenty of features to land it a top spot on our lineup.
Easy Set Up
I did a lot of research comparing specs and cost-per-page before deciding on this printer. My short list included Brother, Lexmark, and this printer and I am happy with my decision. Features including 512MB RAM standard made this the best value in the $600-$700 price range. You can control the fax and scan from your computer and the printer has automatic duplexing, an automatic document feeder, and scanning or printing up to legal size.
Excellent Printer for Small Office
If you're looking for a small printer for a home office or small business setting this printer might be right for you. You'll probably be the type of person who is more interested in printing reports, finished professional products or documents instead of printing pictures of the kiddies to hang on the wall.
Solid all-in-one color laser printer
As a technician, I often have to stand back and try to look at product as an "average user" is going to. I think for most folks who follows the setup guide, uses the wizard on the CD, and doesn't try to get too crazy, it will work just fine. I do wish it had the nice color touch screens that most modern inkjets have and the toner wasn't so expensive.
But then again, this is a relatively inexpensive home & small office color laser printer. That puts this in a completely different league.
BEAUTIFUL PRINTS, EASY SET UP
Print quality is amazing. I watched a few youtube videos regarding their new software and toner technology. It certainly is worth the amount I paid. Colors are vibrant, edges are sharp, and paper is not curled (as they advertised!) after printing as with most lasers. Colors come out solid with no streaking or additional residue.
Good quality work horse
For the money (and if you can afford the space), it's very hard to argue with the quality and reliability you get with this printer at a cost that is a fraction of what was common pricing just a few years ago. $299? Really? $299? For a printer this rock solid?
What more can you ask from a printer?
Good print quality, quick print speeds and easy to use.
To answer my earlier question, the Samsung CLP-775nd did live up to the previous generation CLP-770nd. The CLP-775 does everything well: good quality prints, standard duplexing, built-in networking, a large standard paper capacity and a functional Web server. Plus, Samsung throws in faster, more reliable print speeds, a 600 MHz dual core processor, a larger standard memory capacity and new software for a low initial cost (about $150 less than the CLP-770nd at its release).
Easy to setup
This is a small and good-looking colour laser multifunction printer. Itâ??s easy to setup â?? even for a wireless connection â?? quiet in use, produces fair print quality and sits in the middle of the field on running costs. However, it's slow when printing colour and has limited paper capacity. There are now plenty of colour multifunction machines, which take little longer to print a colour page than to print black text; this isn't one of them.
Good, robust colour laser printer
This is a good, robust colour laser printer with cost-saving duplex print as standard, a reasonable turn of speed and above-average print quality. Print costs are in the middle of the field, becoming slightly better when printing colour, and it has the feel of a printer that will just sit there and do its job.
Toners are pricier
The CLP-670NDâ??s run-of-the-mill speed, features and print quality should allure to a workgroup or the small office with normal graphic desires. Unluckily, since the toners are pricier you need to supervise the usage carefully. The company offers 1 year of warranty.
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