Laser printers save you a lot of money on running costs as compared to inkjet or solid ink printers. However to get these savings you will need to print reasonable volume of documents daily. It is safe to say if you print documents everyday you will definitely save a lot of money sooner rather than later if you buy a laser printer. The best way to decide what laser printer is right for you is to determine the volume of printing you intend to do. The laser printer market covers such a large section of models and competing laser printing technologies that it can be bewildering but the goal simply knows how to select the right laser printer that will fulfill your laser printer needs completely - without bankrupting yourself in the process. Laser printers made by Samsung, HP, Minolta, Lexmark, Epson and Oki are all competing as laser printing prices have been falling rapidly as quality and reliability improve, So there has never been a better time to buy a Samsung Laser Printer.
If you just have a small company or office and want to save some money on printing and get a more reliable printer then I recommend you have a look at the Samsung ML-1510 Laser Printer. This small Samsung laser printer is very cheap to buy and is not expensive to run for reasonably low volume printing too. Remember even low volume laser printing is much higher than the volume most people would use an inkjet for printing. The Samsung laser printing ML-1510 is one of the new breed of mono laser printers offering sub $250 purchase price and solid print quality. If you're looking for a cheap entry level mono laser you could do lot worse than the Samsung laser Printing ML-1510.
I have been a very satisfied user of a Samsung laser printer for several years. Samsung really had made a reputation for manufacturing top-quality inexpensive laser printers, and my ML-1210 was a prime example of Samsung's attention to design and usability. So when I urgently needed a new laser printer after a recent move, I could not wait until my ML-1510 arrived with the rest of my belongings, and bought an ML-1510 immediately. After all, it was a Samsung design and probably an improvement over my trusty ML-1210. I have to admit that the installation is much easier and Samsung has to be given credit for attention to Mac and Linux compatibility. For the money though it is hard to complain. With Linux, Mac and Windows drivers as well this printer will appeal to a wide range of users all over the globe.
The print quality from the 600 by 600 dpi print engine is perfectly acceptable for plain text. There is a single button on the entire printer chassis to turn the unit on or off, alongside two LEDs, which show on line/error and toner save status. At the back of the unit is a fold-down paper exit flap to simplify the paper path of less flexible media along with the power socket and USB port. While concluding my say on Samsung ML-1510 Laser Printer I would just say that with good print speed and quality what more can a person could ask for? Provided that you do not print massive volumes daily the Samsung ML-1510 Laser Printer will serve you well for years.
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