Samsung ML 2010 Mono Laser Printer - £42.99 (+£6.99 Delivery) - HotUKDeals
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Samsung has created a substantial line-up of inkjet and laser printers, a line up that is being expanded with mid-range printers as customers demand greater speed and a high degree of networkability for all their computer products.
PRODUCT FEATURES:
Prints at 1200 x 600 dots per inch (dpi);
Up to 20 ppm in A4 (22 ppm in Letter);
Manual tray supports one sheet of envelopes, labels, transparencies, custom-sized materials, postcards and heavypaper;
Standard 150-sheet tray supports various sizes and types of paper;
100-sheet output tray supports convenient access;
Allows to can customize your documents using Watermarks;
Meets Energy Star guidelines for energy efficiency.
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#1
Bit cheaper @ ebuyer:)

£48.74 delivered !
#2
I've been very close to buying this from ebuyer the last few days but I know as soon as I do, a better model will show up here for a better price!
hmm...
#3
nadnerb
I've been very close to buying this from ebuyer the last few days but I know as soon as I do, a better model will show up here for a better price!
hmm...


beware, they are more expensive to run than many inkjets....
#4
dudedude
beware, they are more expensive to run than many inkjets....


I thought lasers were generally cheaper per page than ink jets.

I admit the replacement toner cost can be high, but if you buy one at this price you will get thousands of pages out of the toner, and then buy another printer when you need new toner.

I bought a Samsung 1210 about 3 years ago for about £35 and ran it till the toner ran out. The official Samsung replacement toner can cost over £50 so my printer has stayed unused for the last year.

I am tempted to buy a new printer, but want one network ready.
#5
guilbert53
I thought lasers were generally cheaper per page than ink jets.

Not the cheaper ones.


I admit the replacement toner cost can be high, but if you buy one at this price you will get thousands of pages out of the toner, and then buy another printer when you need new toner.

Consumables Type Single Cartridge
Yield 3,000 Pages at ISO 19752 5% coverage (Ships with 1,000 pages Starter Toner Cartridge)
Model Code ML-2010D3

So £50 = 1000 pages.

I bought a Samsung 1210 about 3 years ago for about £35 and ran it till the toner ran out. The official Samsung replacement toner can cost over £50 so my printer has stayed unused for the last year.


Doesn't sound like a very good deal if you can't use your printer for a year.

Something like this:

http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/80071/rb/0

Brother MFC5840CN All-In-One 20/15ppm 6000 dpi x 1200dpi 16MB USB / Network ready

Printer/Copier/Scanner/Fax (includes black & colour cartridges)

Replacement Cartridges:

http://www.amazon.co.uk/Brother-900Hybk-High-Yield-Black/dp/B00066IRSA/ref=pd_bbs_sr_3/026-4511336-1952407?ie=UTF8&s=electronics&qid=1188900446&sr=8-3

£12.45 for genuine 900 page cartridges

Compared to £50/3000 pages on the Samsung genuines
#6
Got this a while back.

The cheapest way to run this printer is to buy toner refill bottles off ebay or elsewhere.

You can get bottles from as low as £11.50 a pair or £6 for one (both delivered prices)

Refilling is quite easy and quality is fine.
#7
Can you refill the starter cartridge?
#8
guilbert53
I thought lasers were generally cheaper per page than ink jets.

I admit the replacement toner cost can be high, but if you buy one at this price you will get thousands of pages out of the toner, and then buy another printer when you need new toner.

I bought a Samsung 1210 about 3 years ago for about £35 and ran it till the toner ran out. The official Samsung replacement toner can cost over £50 so my printer has stayed unused for the last year.

I am tempted to buy a new printer, but want one network ready.


The ML-1210 can be refilled very easily. My Mum is on her third refill of the original cartridge from a £7 refill kit. So that's £47 all in for 3 years printing. My Dad spend more on black ink for his Epson Stylus in 6 months.
#9
MagicBoy
The ML-1210 can be refilled very easily. My Mum is on her third refill of the original cartridge from a £7 refill kit. So that's £47 all in for 3 years printing. My Dad spend more on black ink for his Epson Stylus in 6 months.


He should have used cheap cartridges like your Mum, they are about £2 each :thumbsup:
#10
just ordered from ebuyer, needed one for my college!
#11
MagicBoy
The ML-1210 can be refilled very easily. My Mum is on her third refill of the original cartridge from a £7 refill kit. So that's £47 all in for 3 years printing. My Dad spend more on black ink for his Epson Stylus in 6 months.


What about the ML-2010 though?
#12
beware, they are more expensive to run than many inkjets....


Duhhhhhh, not the one I have here. ML1510
#13
Scribbles
What about the ML-2010 though?


Well I`ve had this printer for 6 months and love it,very fast and pretty quiet.

Printed over a thousand pages and still going strong, i`ll use cheap refills when needed and it keeps people from using my expensive canon photo printer ink for mundane jobs. :thumbsup:
#14
Well, I have this printer, used only for few days, bought few months ago. Any one wants it, i can sell for much cheaper:roll:
#15
dudedude
beware, they are more expensive to run than many inkjets....


i don't agree with this, and inkjets are a PITA if you ask me ....cartridges drying out etc

ml-2010 is a great printer at a great price.
#16
Do a search for ML2010 and you'll find all the previous threads on this printer. I got mine from ebuyer via google checkout for approx £36 delivered.

You'll also see all the people commenting that you can use toner refills with this model and they work out at about £10 for 2.

If your going to pay stupid money for an official replacement toner cart then this site obviously is'nt doing it's job!

Same thing applies to injets though - If you buy official carts you must be mad.

Most lasers that can take refills will walk all over inkets regarding value for money per sheet printed and longevity due to unoffical inks & printer heads for everyday black and white printing.
#17
Godspeed
Same thing applies to injets though - If you buy official carts you must be mad.


I'd disagree with that point. I've never found a replacement cart that prints nice photos yet on my epson. I always go back to the originals. They ALL without fail, produce banding and stink to high heaven from the cheap bulk out materials they use in the ink.

For letters and stuff, the cheapos are fine!
#18
kingkano
I'd disagree with that point. I've never found a replacement cart that prints nice photos yet on my epson. I always go back to the originals. They ALL without fail, produce banding and stink to high heaven from the cheap bulk out materials they use in the ink.

For letters and stuff, the cheapos are fine!


Yeah I did'nt word that very clearly - The post was refering to black and white printing as mentioned right at the end.
#19
Just got this for my mum, the one she got from Staples for £39.99! The supplied toner is not refillable, without melting holes, and I have read that it does not stand refilling by melting holes very well as it is not made to same spec as the full capacity toner that costs £50 ish

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