Staples offers the Samsung Wireless Monochrome Laser Printer, model no. ML-2165W, for $49.99 with free shipping. It features up to 21 ppm, 150-sheet input capacity, 32MB internal memory, 802.11n wireless, and USB connectivity. LINK
king0fSpades said: hairball43 said: You might be able to score an even beter deal by using the current coupon 35183 for an additional 20% off, which would mean a $40 price + tax
But then you have to go to store, listen to their "buy warranty pitch," buy additional toner crap. They start begging and make me really uncomfortable. They need to have some respect for themselves.
Just tell them you'll buy more toner when you build up your StaplesRewards with used ink cartridges. I wouldn't mind buying a warranty on a cheap printer since they will most likely give you newer/better model down the road. I'd jump on this deal but my HP from the late 90s is still working.
Samsung makes some great printers but if toner cost is important to you I advise you to check it out first. Samsung makes it hard on a lot of their printers to use compatible (less expensive) cartridges (hard but not impossible).
Picked up one of these last week when HH Gregg had them for the same price. It is a decent monochrome printer for a great price. If you have kids in school, you need a monochrome laser printer, sure your inkjet will do fine, but you will spend more in a month on inkjet carts than you will spend on toner in a year. Seriously, if you have kids in school get one of these and teach your kids to chose which printer to send the job to.
posted: Aug. 17, 2012 @ 5:29p
It will cost U $70+ for a new toner cart and the generic don't work with Samsung. I found this out the hard way. don't U
posted: Aug. 17, 2012 @ 5:29p
Not true..replacement toner for Samsung is very pricy
belgique said: It will cost U $70+ for a new toner cart and the generic don't work with Samsung. I found this out the hard way. don't U
A few posts above I posted a warning on this same topic.
Right now I am using a Samsung laser with a piece of tape over the chip on it and using a "firmware fix". Google - Samsung firmware fix. It works fine this way with compatible toner cartridges and even re-filling the cartridges myself.
I've also purchased compatible cartridges with a new chip installed in the cartridge.
Personally, I would recommend waiting for a deal on a Canon even if you have to pay a little more (much cheaper and less hassle in the long run)
But even on Canon's do your homework on toner cost to make sure you can use compatible toner before purchasing unless your only confortable using OEM toner anyway.
posted: Aug. 17, 2012 @ 7:51p
you can directly print from Android or iOS (iphone, ipad, ipod) by downloading free samsung printer application for Android or iOS devices, no pc is needed.
wifi setup can be tricky if wifi protected setup (wps) is not available on your wifi router
posted: Aug. 17, 2012 @ 8:19p
MasterRebater said: My vote for the year's biggest ripoff; Staples wants $82.49 for the Samsung toner for this printer
These go lower on price all the time. I picked up one and works great with the Samsung printer I bought from Staples last year. Look into the seller's website or keep one of these in your Amazon wishlist to get them at the lowest price. >>
posted: Aug. 18, 2012 @ 10:47p
belgique said: Not true..replacement toner for Samsung is very pricy Not true.....I get toner carts. for my Samsung on eBay for under $25.00.
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posted: Aug. 19, 2012 @ 9:43a
belgique said: Not true..replacement toner for Samsung is very pricy Very sad they went to the dark side on this. I have a Samsung printer from a few years ago and am on my 5th toner refill, still using the original cartridge. I get a $7 bottle of toner on eBay, refill, and pop it back in.
Evidently I won't be "upgrading" to a newer Samsung model anytime soon.
posted: Aug. 19, 2012 @ 10:09a
I prefer brother laser printers the 2270dw is amazing and under 100$ frequently.
posted: Aug. 19, 2012 @ 6:58p
I got one of these printers last time around. It's an ok printer. I wouldn't buy it again though. It goes to sleep or offline sleep/frequently for my tastes. YES the toner is expensive, but I have used eBay refill kits for$8-9, and had no problems so far. If it dies, I'll buy something else.
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posted: Aug. 28, 2012 @ 12:16p
Has anyone tried installing this printer on Windows 8? One thing that I hate when switching to new operating system is having ditch the old trusty printer because OEM stopped supporting it for new OS.
posted: Sep. 12, 2012 @ 6:28a
What is best color all-in-one laser printer? Recommendations? Deals?
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