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I would not say that this printer is one that I would recommend in all honesty. I use it every day, and the toners do tend to last quite a while, which is one positive. When printing it is also relatively quiet, so that is another bonus.
In the five months that I have been using it, it has probably broken down four times, and when it does so it makes the most awful racket! The paper seems to jam in it at least once a week, which is really irritating, and sometimes the red error light flashes for no determinable reason, and it tends to go away when you switch it off and back on again.
The paper is easy to load and you can adjust the printer to take different sizes of paper. However, I think this printer is very expensive for the quality you get (around £140 I think) so I would not recommend it.
The Samsung ML-1750 is a great entry level SMB monochrome laser printer offering PCL6, up to 17 ppm, 1200 x 600 dpi resolution, USB 2.0 and parallel interfaces, 250-sheet cassette tray, and new compact design. It prints a variety of media, including cassette-fed 3x5-inch cards. Samsung's TonerSave button allows users to increase toner capacity up to 40%.