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|Product:||Monochrome Laser Printer|
Amazon: $445.99 (updated Nov 18th, 2013) Buy Now
It's the fastest printer in its class, but it never breaks a sweat. The Samsung ML-2010 laser printer packs fast, professional-quality printing at up to 22 ppm into a compact footprint. Suitable for any home or small office, it gives you top-rated performance, easy-to-use features and a stunning design.
Fast and economical printing without sacrificing desk space It's the fastest printer in its class, but it never breaks a sweat. The Samsung ML-2010 monochrome laser printer packs fast, professional-quality printing at up to 22 ppm into a compact footprint. Suitable for any home or small office, it gives you top-rated performance, easy-to-use features and a stunning design.
Compact, stylish design With a small 14-by-12-inches footprint, the ML-2010 is barely larger than the sharp, crisp documents it prints.
Fastest in its class With 22 ppm (letter) print speed and a first page out time of less than 10 seconds, you won't have to wait.
Economical Our TonerSave feature extends cartridge life by up to 40%, while still producing high quality prints.
Simple Usage Front access panels makes changing toner and adding paper a snap.
Samsung Reliability More than 20 years of design and manufacturing experience has led to document imaging products known throughout the world for their outstanding reliability.
- Up to 22 ppm print speed
- First page out in less than 10 seconds
- Ultra-compact and stylish design
- Up to 1,200 x 600 dpi effective resolution
- 150 sheets input, 100 sheets output
- 5,000 pages per month duty cycle
- TonerSave extends cartridge life up to 40%
- USB 1.1 connectivity, compatible with USB 2.0
- Compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Linux
What's in the Box: Printer, toner cartridge, power cord, CD-ROM, quick install guide, paper cover, user manual.
Recommended driver: splix
Supported drivers: gdi splix
One user reported that the driver downloaded from the Samsung web site makes this printer working perfectly out of the box on Fedora Core 5.
Another user reported that once the (Samsung) driver is installed with a lot of pain, it fails to communicate properly with CUPS. It is just a frustrating experience. He returned the printer to the store, after the Samsung technical support told on the phone that they do not support Linux anyway.
The user H.Samm reported that his printer worked out of the box... so far his experience has been a very good one.
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