|Samsung CLP-325W Workgroup Color Laser Printer|
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|Stylish and attractive, the Samsung CLP-325W is a workgroup laser printer suitable for desktop computers, with superior quality and super-fast printing speeds. This Samsung printer facilitates premium quality resolution printing using special toner particles with ease. Using only black ink, the device can print 16 ppm for A4 sheets with an average yield of 1500 pages per cartridge. With the Wi-Fi support on this workgroup laser printer, you can print the contents on your screen from anywhere. As the Samsung CLP-325W is small and compact in size, it occupies less space, enhancing the aesthetics of your workplace desk. With the AnyWeb Print software feature, this Samsung printer lets you drag, edit, and print web pages from the browsers effortlessly. Additionally, the Samsung CLP-325W has an easy-to-reach power button, allowing you to switch the printer from working mode to an energy-saving standby mode, thereby saving power when not in use.|
|UPC||635753725544, 635753726626, 8806071003023|
|Printer Type||Workgroup Printer|
|Family Line||Samsung CLP|
|Black print speed up to||17 ppm|
|Max Resolution (BW)||2400 x 600 dpi|
|Color print speed up to||4 ppm|
|Max Resolution (Color)||2400 x 600 dpi|
|Extend Printer Technology||Color Laser|
|Computer Operating System||Linux|
|Interface||USB 2.0, Wireless|
|Printers Special Features||DLNA Certified|
|Media Type||Plain Paper|
|Max Media Size||Legal (216 x 356 mm, 8.5 x 14")|
|Networking Type||Network Adapter, Wireless Network Adapter|
|Data Link Protocol||Ethernet|
|Scanner Resolution||600 x 600 dpi|
Average review score based on 12 user reviews
of customers recommend this product
I purchased this printer because I needed high quality color output for graphics projects composed for my clients. I needed a printer which offered all the bells and whistles for the most conservative pricing. The Samsung CLP-325W is sheer perfection, and I would highly recommend it to anyone planning on purchasing color laser technology. As an added bonus, the toner cartridges are reasonably priced so you don't end up spending a fortune when the need to replace toner arises! I am exceedingly happy with this printer, and consider it to be the "best printer" I've ever purchased.
Did a lot of research looking for a cheap color laser printer that anyone on our company wifi network could use. Got this in last week. Setup is kind of a pain because you must use a USB cable (not supplied) to configure the wifi. However, once configured this machine prints beautifully and subsequent computers on the network can connect easily once the software is on their computer.
So far it seems like a great printer. The print is beautiful almost 3d looking. You just can't beat laser when you had inkjet. It is kinda annoying how it goes to sleep and doesn't wake up automatically. But it does let out a squeal to tell you it is asleep. Most printers will show up on the task bar with an error if the print is unsuccessful but this one doesn't so you have to hit print again after you wake up the printer. It has Wi Fi hook up which is essential because our last two printers were killed by electric spike that ran from the modem to the computer down the network cable and into the printer. We now have everything running through a surge protector but even still there is not chance of damage with the Wi Fi hook up.
Great printer when it's working, I had a Samsung CLP315 first, prints great, but buyer beware, I must have bad luck with Samsung, the CLP315 broke down after 8 months, had it repaired under warranty, then it broke down again 5 months later, out of warranty, cost of repair more than a new one, I liked the print results so well I bought the Samsung CLP325W, great prints again, but now after 15 months, very light printing, I cleaned rollers, put in new toners, still light printing, well cost to repair more than unit, will try another company
The printer works good, just wish the color came out right using Linux Mint. Haven't figured it out yet.