Samsung ML-2010R - B/W laser printer - Legal, A4 - 1200 dpi x 600 dpi - up to 20 ppm - capacity: 150 sheets - USB - Only £39.98 + £5.75 postage - HotUKDeals
We use cookie files to improve site functionality and personalisation. By continuing to use HUKD, you accept our cookie and privacy policy.
Get the HUKD app free at Google Play

Search Error

An error occurred when searching, please try again!

Login / Sign UpSubmit
The Samsung ML-2010r monochrome laser printer packs professional quality printing into a stylish compact printer. Suitable for any small office or corporate setting; it gives you top-rated performance, easy-to-use features and Samsung¡¯s stunning signature design. Samsung ML-2010 is ergonomically designed to complement any modern business or home office with its compact size and attractive, modern style. Inside its optimal compact case, Samsung ML-2010r has everything it needs to produce superb printing at an efficient speed.

It's one of the fastest printers in its class, but it never breaks a sweat. The ML-2010r laser printer packs fast, professional-quality printing at up to 22 ppm into a compact footprint. Suitable for any home or small office, it gives you top-rated performance, easy-to-use features and a stunning design

Cheapest postage is only £5.75 bringing the total to £45.73 but remember shipping is free for all orders of £49.99 inc VAT
More From Ebuyer:

All Comments

(7) Jump to unreadPost a comment
Comments/page:
#1
Please add the delivery cost to the final price as it's the cheapest anyone can buy this for.

Cheers!
#2
Good price, I paid £80 for a similar samsung B/W laser last year.
#3
does anyone know what the printing costs are like with this

we have a samsung fax machine - running costs are enormous............theres very few cheaper own brand cartridges for samsung stuff and the ones ive tried have always been very hit and miss
#4
Review taken from Which? online:

BEST BUY

This Best Buy laser printer scores very highly in our tests, as it produces sharp, clear text documents with excellent readability.

It's very quick too, producing a five page letter in just 23 seconds, and also benefits from very low running costs as the cartridges last a long time. We were able to print 3318 pages on our test run before the cartridge ran out.

The ink doesn't smudge easily either, which could be a bonus if you tend to use a lot of highlighter pen, or stand your drinks on your paperwork.

However, the Samsung ML2010 is a monochrome printer, so you can't print coloured graphics, and like other laser printers, this one isn't recommended for printing photographs, because laser ink doesn't bond well to glossy photographic paper.

This model has very few features; it's not PictBridge enabled, and doesn't support memory cards, so the only way to print is the traditional way - via your computer.

Pros: Excellent text quality, very quick, low running costs, ink is smudge proof.

Cons: Monochrome only, not recommended for printing photographs, no memory card slots, not PictBridge enabled.

Samsung ML2010
Price (£) 80
Total score (%) 75 Best Buy
Availability Limited availability online and on the high street
Type black and white laser
Features
Specification
Dimensions 360x360x220
Incompatible operating systems Mac OS 9
Interface/s USB
Printing via memory card None
Print Costs
Cost of a black and white page (£) 0.02
#5
adr0ck
does anyone know what the printing costs are like with this

we have a samsung fax machine - running costs are enormous............theres very few cheaper own brand cartridges for samsung stuff and the ones ive tried have always been very hit and miss


On the similar model I have, laser toners cost between £40 and £60 and last around 4-6 months. I would say I am a light user though.
#6
bjmcghee
Please add the delivery cost to the final price as it's the cheapest anyone can buy this for.

Cheers!


Delivery price added


adr0ck
does anyone know what the printing costs are like with this

we have a samsung fax machine - running costs are enormous............theres very few cheaper own brand cartridges for samsung stuff and the ones ive tried have always been very hit and miss


If you read the reviews on ebuyer it seems its fairly cheap to run as cartridges can easily be refilled with bottles of toner powder from consumablecafe for less than a tenner apparently

Hope that helps
#7
thanks for the replies guys

gonna go for this

much appreciated :thumbsup:

Post a Comment

You don't need an account to leave a comment. Just enter your email address. We'll keep it private.

...OR log in with your social account

...OR comment using your social account

Top of Page
Thanks for your comment! Keep it up!
We just need to have a quick look and it will be live soon.
The community is happy to hear your opinion! Keep contributing!