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Samsung CLP-300 Colour Laser Printer, £89.99 delivered at Oyyy

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The world's smallest and lightest colour laser printer with unequaled Samsung reliability Introducing the new smallest and lightest colour laser printer in its class, the CLP-300. It features the s… Read More
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The world's smallest and lightest colour laser printer with unequaled Samsung reliability

Introducing the new smallest and lightest colour laser printer in its class, the CLP-300. It features the same exclusive NO NOIS print engine that's in our profesional series of colour laser printers, for quiet operation and simple toner changes.

The CLP-300 colour laser printer is the smallest and lightest colour laser printer in the world.

For a limited period, Buy the Samsung CLP-300 Colour Laser Printer from Oyyy.co.uk for £119.99 and for a limited period you can claim £30 cashback direct from Samsung, bringing the price to £89.99

Features
# Print speeds up to 17 ppm black, 4 ppm colour
# First page out in less than 14 seconds (black)
# Up to 2400 x 600 dpi effective output
# 150 sheets input, 100 sheets output
# Duty cycle up to 24,200 pages per month
# Exclusive NO NOIS print engine for easy toner changes and quiet operation
# High-speed USB 2.0
# Compatible with Windows, Macintosh, Linux
# Supplied Cartridges: 75% capacity @ 1,500 mono and 750 colour
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#1
[SIZE="5"]PRICERUNNER CAME UP WITH THE FOLLOWING[/SIZE]

http://www.dixons.co.uk/martprd/store/dix_page.jsp?BV_SessionID=@@@@0023794514.1209136887@@@@&BV_EngineID=ccdladedmddfhdjcflgceggdhhmdgmh.0&page=Product&fm=null&sm=null&tm=null&sku=217703&category_oid=-28939

£109.99 INC DELIVERY AT DIXONS + QUIDCO

+ YOU WILL BE ABLE TO GET THE £30 CASHBACK - READ HERE FOR TERMS http://www.ebuyer.com/product/120363

end price £80 with about £3 quidco on top

------------------------OUT OF STOCK NOW AT DIXONS--------------------
#2
Dixons is Out of Stock for now... Ebuyer's price almost £130
#3
looks like this is an old model, not much stock anywhere so Buy Now if interested

this is the new model http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/detail/detail.do?group=printsolutions&type=printsolutions&subtype=colourprinters&model_cd=CLP-500N/SEE

I ended up buying the oyyy one as it was a better printer- voted hot.
#4
Nice little printer I got mine from argos about two weeks ago from argos paid £119.

It prints ok the rollers were noisy for a few prints but then very low noise.

For this price I would recommend.
#5
Samsung make printers.....?
:w00t:
Well I never.
#6
Was about to order one as £90 seems OK and they're supposed to be a doddle to refill with toner as long as you don't let the 'kill' chip trigger by emptying the cartridge.

BUT reading the PDF link on the ebuyer site it says the ofer for £30 cashback is between 1st January and 31 March 2008. So according to that it's expired.

Has any one bought one this month and successfully claimed?
#7
There was a thread about this not so long back in the ebuyer forums. Apparenlty they have extended the cashback ... just think ebuyer havent updated their site. I remeber reading a review on the samsung printers which said they were pap! I had a mono laser and it was good. Refilled the cartridge about 4-5 times, which i think killed it in the end. It was still working, but the new toner would have cost more than the price of a new printer! Its crazy!!!!!
#8
dylanlewis2000
There was a thread about this not so long back in the ebuyer forums. Apparenlty they have extended the cashback .............but the new toner would have cost more than the price of a new printer! Its crazy!!!!!


Thanks!

I'll ring Samsung tomorrow just to be sure.

lol at the cartridge price comment, that's why I'm looking about. My sammy mono laser printer cost £40 new, the reconditioned cartridges cost as much, and new ones cost way more than the printer.

This colour one can have all four of it's cartridges refilled by me for less than a single mono cartrdge costs for my old printer so hopefully it will work out cheaper in the long run :thumbsup:.
#9
Got one of these - BRILLIANT printer. Bought the CLP-300N for £150 a few months back (came with added 3 year warrantly and obviously - network ready - which was the main reason I wanted it.)

Duplex printing is EASY with the current drivers - simply print one side, take papers - and shove them straight in the same way round (no confusing paper rotations, etc) then press the single button on the printer to get it to print the remaining sides (- no having to go back to your computer to tell it to print the other side.)

Anyone interested in refills - I've recently bought two of these: http://www.cck4business.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=IRTS%5FCLP%2DK300A&CartID=1 - no need to faff about with refill cartridges, killer chip replacements, etc - I've also heard they fill them up with more toner than the standard cartridges so you get even more for your buck.

Enjoy ;)
#10
I rang Samsung and they confirmed the offer has been extended until the end of Next month (May). :)

Ordered + heat
#11
yabbas
Got one of these - BRILLIANT printer. Bought the CLP-300N for £150 a few months back (came with added 3 year warrantly and obviously - network ready - which was the main reason I wanted it.)

Duplex printing is EASY with the current drivers - simply print one side, take papers - and shove them straight in the same way round (no confusing paper rotations, etc) then press the single button on the printer to get it to print the remaining sides (- no having to go back to your computer to tell it to print the other side.)

Anyone interested in refills - I've recently bought two of these: http://www.cck4business.co.uk/ProductDetails.asp?ProductCode=IRTS%5FCLP%2DK300A&CartID=1 - no need to faff about with refill cartridges, killer chip replacements, etc - I've also heard they fill them up with more toner than the standard cartridges so you get even more for your buck.

Enjoy ;)


Thanks, never had a laser printer before, looks good, could get it for cheaper than oyyy with my argos discount, is that cartridge you linked to for colour and black or just black, or is it one toner cartridge, I havnt got a clue with these!!
#12
I have one of these and highly recommend it.
Great little printer.
#13
I have just ordered the cpl-300n for the same price.
May aswell have the network version instead.
#14
The cartridge I linked to is just black. The CLP-300 takes 4 different cartridges - black, magenta, yellow and blue - so you need only replace them when they run out :)
#15
I've got one of these and I've got mixed feelings about it.

It is a bit noisy and a bit slow but the print quality is very good. At £100-ish it's a better choice than an inkjet of the same money unless you want to print photos.

As a minus point it can be a bit tempermental. The waste tank gets dirty fairly easily which then throws up errors. You can remove it and clean it though. Also the sheet feeder capacity isn't good, especially as it sometimes doesn't like printing from a near empty tray.

Keep your receipt as I've needed mine fixed under warranty, but the repair service was good.

Looking forward to trying those compatible toners.
#16
hi
i got one of these bout month ago.
was good while it lasted but then got probs with the black toner in print outs. had severe banding.
lots of people with same prob.
its the imaging unit i think, which is expensive to replace. so next time im going for a HP.
#17
pKaTz
hi
i got one of these bout month ago.
was good while it lasted but then got probs with the black toner in print outs. had severe banding.
lots of people with same prob.
its the imaging unit i think, which is expensive to replace. so next time im going for a HP.



return the full unit then ?


I have one of these too, but the N version.
I purchased it instead of inkjet and can honestly say it was good buy, even at £160 when i bought it (close to 2yrs ago now).
I would imagine though, that they might not come with full toners now, but at the time I purchased one of the reasons for going with samsung was they came full, unlike most others.So if they still do, then this is deffinitely a very good deal.
Im still on the same Colour toners, black had to be replaced as I use it for printing my business invoices (incl colour header/footers)

Heat added.
[mod]#18
Supplied Cartridges: 75% capacity @ 1,500 mono and 750 colour
#19
JoeUK
Samsung make printers.....?
:w00t:
Well I never.


They also make an excellent range of automatic hole-punchers.

http://compsci.ca/tech/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/samsung-killer-robot.png

http://www.samsungtechwin.com/product/features/dep/SSsystem_e/SSsystem.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMkV8E2re9U

Pixmania do this printer for a similar price after taking into account 3% quidco.
Don't order the CLP300N (network version) though. It's the same price but you don't qualify for the £30 cashback.

Dixons sometimes show this as back in stock for £109.99 delivered, but I ordered it three times over the course of a week only to have it cancelled three times. They don't know what they're doing.
#20
markbloke
They also make an excellent range of automatic hole-punchers..



http://compsci.ca/tech/wp-content/uploads/2006/11/samsung-killer-robot.png

http://www.samsungtechwin.com/product/features/dep/SSsystem_e/SSsystem.html

http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=pMkV8E2re9U


Wow - looks like the sentry guns in the film Aliens :thumbsup:

Anyway, correct me if I'm wrong, but I though laser printers were'nt much good for photo printing - something that most people want printers for, especially at home these days?
#21
Same function but visually more like:
http://upload.wikimedia.org/wikipedia/en/4/47/Ed-209.jpg

Anyways, yes it's rubbish for photo-quality printing but then it's probably better to just send your photos for printing online or at local supermarket. I won't have an inkjet in the house again - too much hassle with heads drying out and getting blocked. Not cost effective for me and the quality/lifetime of prints is generally worse than getting them done commercially.
I should imagine if you're printing lots of photos at home you'll achieve better milage from an inkjet but for the odd printout where colour is useful then a cheap colour laser seems the way to go (IMHO etc.).
[mod]#22
I'm with him ^ ^ I have now a collection of inkjets with various faults all stemming from a lack of use for colour printing. A right pita when the kids need something printed in colour for school. Photo's can be done easier imo through the many free offers or at your local supermarket.
#23
Looking at the price of the toners etc that go in the printer, it seems you might be financially better off buying a second printer, just for when one of them runs out. I don't know if the ones supplied are only a fraction of the capacity of the refills etc, but can you buy 3rd party refills etc to get the price down like you can with inkjets?
#24
Supplied toners are 70% full and yes you can get 3rd party refills. The refills comprise toner and an ID chip which needs to be stuck onto the old drum to tell the printer it's full again.
HP seem to ship their cheap colour lasers with full toner, which is why you'll often see brand new HP lasers on eBay with no toner carts. It's cheaper to buy the whole printer and flog off the carcass than buy new toner.
#25
It seems that the manufacturers are way behind in the current trend and climate of recycling and reuse etc.

We all know that they make an absolute killing in the sale of replacements cartridges etc, but its ridiculous when you can buy a whole new machine with ink/toners for less than just buying the refills.
#26
Ordered yesterday, arrived today.

Thankfully also Mac and linux compatible.

For anyone who might connect it to an Apple airport extreme router, the Airport E will see the printer but probably won't print to it. I managed to fix it (eventually).

Connect the printer to the PC and/or Mac directly put on the drivers and control software. Reconnect it to the airport base station, set up the PC and/or Mac to find the printer on the routers USB the usual way, select that printer as the default.

If it still doesn't print (like mine) follow the link below , scroll down to to find the fixairport printer utility, download and use the fixairport printer utility, just select the printer from the list hit fix and restary and it'll be OK. It's supposedly a bug in an airport update. For the PC download, install and use bonjour for Windows.

Hope this helps someone, it's been driving me insane trying to fix this, I very nearly sent the printer back as defective.

http://discussions.apple.com/thread.jspa?threadID=1429057

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