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About this product
- Product InformationPrint professional quality, true-to-life images using the Samsung CLP-315 printer. With the print speed of 16 ppm in mono and 4 ppm in color, this Samsung workgroup printer completes large printing jobs with ease and high speed. This Samsung laser printer is a BLI lab test certified device, which ensures a quiet and smoother operation, eliminating vibration and operating noise. The Samsung CLP-315 printer consistently produces high clarity prints that withstand water and humidity exposure. Capable of printing on envelopes, labels, cardstock, transparency, and paper, this Samsung workgroup printer is perfect for you. This Samsung laser printer produces the first print in just 14 seconds in mono and color print in 26 seconds, with a resolution of up to 2400 x 600 dpi.
- Printer TypeWorkgroup Printer
- Family LineSamsung CLP
- Output TypeColor
- Black print speed up to16ppm
- Max Resolution (BW)2400 x 600 dpi
- Color print speed up to4 ppm
- Max Resolution (Color)2400 x 600 dpi
- Extend Printer TechnologyColor Laser
- Computer Operating SystemApple MacOS X 10.3,Apple MacOS X 10.3.6,Apple MacOS X 10.3.9,Apple MacOS X 10.4,Apple MacOS X 10.4.11,Apple MacOS X 10.5,Linux,Microsoft Windows 2000,Microsoft Windows 2003,Microsoft Windows Vista,Microsoft Windows XP,Red Hat Linux 8.0,SuSe Linux 9,SuSe Linux 9.2
- Monthly Duty Volume20000 Pages
- First Page Out Time14 Seconds
- InterfaceUSB 2.0,Wireless
- Form FactorDesktop,Stationary
- Duplex PrintoutManual
- Media TypeCardstock,Envelopes,Labels,Text,Transparencies
- Max Media Size216 x 356 mm
- Media Capacity150 Pages
- Networking TypeNetwork Adapter,Wireless Network Adapter
- Data Link ProtocolEthernet,Hi-Speed USB,IEEE 802.11b,IEEE 802.11g
- Installed RAM32 MB
- Max. Memory32 MB
- Width15.3 in.
- Depth12.3 in.
- Height9.6 in.
- Weight24.3 lb.
Most relevant reviews
- trippledhorseMar 24, 2017by
Great print quality, but it is not as fast as an ink jet.
Verified purchase: Yes | Condition: Pre-owned
- eyork2m8pDec 03, 2010by
Budget wireless, with some kinks
Pros: Price: this proce really can't be beat for a full color, built-in wireless networking, laser printer. i bought my first laser printer about 4 years ago (an HP 1600) for about $350.00, and it didn't have wireless Quality: Quality is close to as good as the HP. Plenty for what you expect from a laser printer. Not photo quality, but tri-folds, graphics, etc, are fine. Also, it is pretty quiet. Install: Turned out to be super easy. Just plugged it into the router, Put the disk into my computer, let the computer find the printer and clicked yes (on W7) Cons: Speed: relatively slow transferring the files from the computer to the printer (via wireless). Not prohibitively slow, we're talking 5-10 sec.'s depending on file size. Also, it is slow at printing each page (compared to my old HP anyway) Stability: So, I have been having quite a few issues with both manual duplexing and larger file sizes. Sometimes the printer seems to lose track of what page is printing and will start the print job over. this goes for both manual duplexing and for straight print jobs. In fairness, this has only occurred on jobs 16 pages or more. For example, on a 25 page job, it printed pages 1-14, then started over and printed 1-8, then started over and printed 1-16, then 1-16 again, and 1-16 again. I had to manually power down and wait 10 minutes (after going into the printer dialogue and cancelling the print job. I believe it is the wireless signal being lost and found but cannot erify that. Annoying! Overall: I rated it average mainly because of the price. You just can't find a printer with these features (full-color and wireless) for this price - at least I couldn't: This was significantly cheaper thhan anything else on eBay when I bought it. If it was stolen, I might spend a few more bucks on something with better signal integrity, otherwise, I probably won't replace it. Read full review
- rjb1207Jul 06, 2011by
Good value for the money
I've had two of these printers. The first lasted a couple of years, and it was cheaper to buy a new one than repair the old one. This one I bought for my wife. These printers are quit and print quality is excellent. They aren't the fastest printers in the world but for most home use they are excellent. They're easy to use, and cost of toner carts is only slightly more than that of an HP inkjet cart.
- mdrupp2000Mar 04, 2010by
Good value printer, does very well.
I needed a good printer, but nothing incredible. I found this unit, read a few reviews, and bought it. Out of the box to setup was pretty easy, use the included disk and it goes pretty quick. I read some reviews of having issues with the wireless connection. I use three laptops on it and have no problems whatsoever. I do, however, have it connected directly to our wireless router so maybe that has something to do with it. I do not follow the whole IT thing well, so maybe these people were talking about something else. Initial start-up when cold takes up to a minute or two, but once going it prints relatively fast as the ratings indicate. My biggest problem with it is two sided printing. It is manual two sides, not automatic. Meaning simply you have to print, then grab the printed bundle and re-insert to the printer. I knew this going in, so this isn't a gripe on my part. My gripe comes from how the print handles previously printed pages, and its propensity to jam on them, well, typically within the first couple. Once a jam occurs, there is little indication on what to do next. Start over with all the pages or contiue where you left off. Best thing I have found to do is insert a dummy page and continue. That seems to mess things up the least. Color printing, it does well with documents, clear printing fairly bold colors. Large areas printed the same color do not come out overly uniform from what I see. This may be more a result of the paper I am using. The smoother the paper the better it does, do not use inkjet paper. It is also not a photo printer, know this going in. It is quiet. I keep it in my office and you can not hear it printing anywhere in the house. Sitting next to it and printing it has the standard laser hum. Overall I am pleased with the purchase. The cartridges that came with it, supposedly not quite as full as replacments, have now lasted about 1000 pages and are still going. The indicator lights on the front are color coded for early warning of toner depletion, but mine haven't lit yet. Which brings up a different point, there are lights on the controls, but no labels. Sometimes they flash, sometimes they change colors, but usually a stop in production equates to a jam. For home use and light office use, maybe two to three users or so, this little guy does great. For increased capacity, step up, this may disappoint. Read full review
- etmanaOct 03, 2010by
nice print out. difficult to start wireless setting. A+
I would buy this printer again. Bought it to my son for college. He is very pleased with the speed, color quality. However, it took sometime to figure out wireless printing. Buttons on the printer are not intuitive. Black printing is excellent. Color is also good, however, slower of course. This is an excellent prince for the price range. I would recommend it to casual user who don't have a lot of printing.