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Print wirelessly and share effortlessly with the Samsung Xpress printer. With advanced NFC technology, Wi-Fi Direct and powerful compatibility, all it takes is a simple tap.
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This is an excellent product for a small home office
Comments about Samsung Printer Xpress Wireless Color Laser Printer:
I have tried many printers before and I must admit this is the best for the value. I got tired with all the ink cartridge replacements and found that a laser printer is the best value. This is particular because it has a clarity on printing like I had not seen on a printer for a price like this one...Samsung is a great company with lots of inventions...
Bottom Line Yes, I would recommend this to a friend
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The print was simple to setup and works great
from Plant City, FL, USA
If you just want a color laser printer and without all the multifunction, this is yours printer.
My 410.. has saved me lots of money and my sales are up
from Phoenix, AZ, USA
I take pictures of businesses and add signs to them... I then print the new rendering for the customer to see what the new sign will look like. The 410 has increased the quality of the rendering by 100% so my presentation look so much better. Being that it is toner instead of ink my cost has went down a lot. I am really glad that I made the switch from inkjet....
A lot of quality printing for a small amount of money.
from NW Florida
Well packaged from the factory. The several quick step posters are about usless. Short sentences repeated over and over again in a dozen different languages. Just stick the CD in and follow the instructions. It will pretty well set itself up in the network. NFC printing from a cell phone works great. I have an NFC enabled Samsung Galaxy S4, but it should work just as well with other NFC enabled phones. The printer comes with starter toner, about 50% full. It has settings for your draft work to save on toner used. It is very quite while printing and silent while idle. Its cold start is fast. So far I like it.
WRONG TONER Liste d on samsung. com
from Florida, USA
Hi I bought a c410w printer, which is an amazing printer for the price, but , this toner CLT-K506S/XAA shows as a replacement for the black cartridge instead of CLT-K406S/XAA. I bought two of CLT-K506 as advised by both websites, printer's and toner's page, also, when you check the page for CLT-K406S/XAA it won't list the c410W as compatible... huge mistake here. Already alerted technical support which were really nice helping me, as also was return services which seem they are going to pay for return too, as this was a website mistake from Samsung. I'm giving one star only because of this problem which is unacceptable.
Toner is too expensive.
from New York, NY, USA
The printer itself is okay, works well for documents. The cost of replacing all four toners is more than the price of a new printer which makes it too expensive to maintain this printer. Throw the printer away when you run out of toner, it's cheaper to just buy a new printer. Toner should be half the price currently charged.
Bottom Line No, I would not recommend this to a friend
Good features - Does not print evelopes!
I saw the printer in Fry's. It was a good price and it was wireless. It has printed my letters and papers just fine. In order to set up the machine it needs a wired connection to the computer, be forwarned, but I am not an expert. In the store I saw that it had an envelope feed on the paper tray. For me, envelope printing is important. I thought that the feed slot meant that the printer would print envelopes. It does not, really, unless you think that wrinkled and ironed envelopes are acceptable. In order to print even modestly acceptable envelopes, they have to be opened up with the flap open, face up in the tray. They still come out with ironed-in paper wrinkles. There is no manual feed, apparently, to avoid the sharp bending that causes the wrinkles. My inkjet printer prints good reproductions on plain paper, this printer, not so much.
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Cardstock = 43 lb max? & Thin walled paper tray
from San Diego, CA, USA
I purchased this product with a price significantly less than MSRP. Overall the printer was good for the first few sheets. Then when we needed to print some card stock, I soon found out that Samsung considers card stock 32-43 lb stock. Um, thats maybe thick paper in my book! Card or cover stock is 65-110 lb in my book! In addition to the lack of printing thick paper, the paper tray has thin walls and I know this would break in the next few months if I kept the printer. Needless to say its going back.
Great quality on prints, especially pictures from my Phone! I love how I can print off my phone with this printer also. Great price! The only reason why I put 4 stars for performance is because sometimes my phone doesn't connect properly, could be my Wifi though.
Best Printer Ever!!
from Glendale, AZ
Best Printer Ever! Perfect pictures for way less money! Consumers don't know the benefits or savings of a laser printer verses inkjet printers. The world needs to be educated about the savings!
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