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Old 05-04-2007, 07:06 PM   #1
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I picked up a cheap laser printer, this thing is amazingly fast. The box said 24pgs/min and its actually able to do it no matter what I threw at it.

The only quirk, when it starts up, the lights in the room go dim for a split second. LOL

Not a bad deal for $60, new in the box & never been opened. TY Staples! I wasn't looking forward to printing out my tax documents on my injet.


edit - I forgot to mention its a Samsung ML2510
edit#2 - fixed model# and linked to correct pic
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That'* pretty good for one of those large printers, those usually start around 300 bucks
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Old 05-04-2007, 07:27 PM   #3
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Opps its a ML-2510, regular price is $129 - $10 off coupon my wife gave me + $60 mail in rebate. = $60.

Its actually smaller and lighter than my original Epson Stylus Color, which I haven't even turned on in a over year. its footprint is about 12x 12
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is it color laser or B&W Laser? (i could look, but i'm busy AND lazy)
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you are NOT gonna find a color laser for $60.. for a couple years at least
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Your toner cartridges (if any decent size) will probably cost you near $60
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Samsung has made some OEM parts for Xerox. They're great. I have direct access to Samsung printers, and it'* pretty cool to see that the markup isn't high at all. That $60 is a great deal.
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