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).
Very inexpensive to run
The FS-3920DN is good in parts. On the plus side, itâ??s very inexpensive to run, with a cost per page many of its competitors would give a lot for. Print quality on text-based documents is also very good, but business graphics and photos arenâ??t as clean and smooth as from some others.
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