Samsung CLP300 Colour Laser Printer £109.98 Delivered
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Samsung CLP300 Colour Laser Printer £109.98 Delivered

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Found 28th Sep 2007
DESCRIBED AS THE WORLDS CHEAPEST COLOR LASERJET in an email I received!!! You decide, although I'm not sure how much consumables are for this?

Description
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.

Features

Smallest and lightest colour laser printer in the world

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

Specification

CPU
CPU Speed 300MHz
CPU Type Samsung
Electrical
Electrical Power Consumption Printing 350W
Electrical Power Consumption Saving 17W
Interfaces/Ports
USB Ports USB 2.0
Memory
Memory Size 32MB
Paper Handling
Duplex Unit Manual
Paper Handling Input 1 150 Sheet Semi-Cassette Tray
Paper Handling Standard Output 100 Sheets Face Down
Special Media Plain paper envelopes transparencies labels cardstock
Physical
Depth 34.29cm
Form Factor Printer / Laser
Height 26.41cm
Weight 13.60kg
Width 39.11cm
Printer
Colour Toner Life 1,250 Pages
First Page 14 Seconds
Mono or Colour Printer Colour
Mono Toner Life 5000 Pages
Monthly Duty Cycle 24,200 Pages
Printer Resolution 2400 x 600dpi
Speed Colour 4ppm
Speed Monochrome 17ppm
System
Printer Languages SPL-C (host-based printing)
System Requirements
Operating Systems Supported Microsoft Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP, 2003 Apple Mac OS 10.3-10.4 Linux Red Hat 8.0-9.0, Fedora Core 1-3, Mandrake 9.2-10.1, SuSE 8.2-9.2

14 Comments

Not too sure this is a good deal as after just a quick search you can purchase it through oyyy ]HERE for 99.99 with free delivery.

Actually I can beat that as you can get it from [url]www.oyyy.co.uk[/url] for £99.99 delivered. Go here: oyyy.co.uk/pro…ec=
I actually ordered the one with the Rainbow pack as it was a cost effective way of getting an extra set of toners. Really really pleased with it, it is great for the kids homework. I was thinking of posting this deal but you beat me to it.
Cheers, Starwarsclark.

ppiggy

Not too sure this is a good deal as after just a quick search you can … Not too sure this is a good deal as after just a quick search you can purchase it through oyyy ]HERE for 99.99 with free delivery.



Welcome to HUKD ppiggy

People should note that this is the USB version of this printer, Ebuyer have the one that is network-ready (CLP-300N), but it's £151.29 delivered.

ebuyer.com/UK/…362

The USB printer does get good reviews with speeds similar to those quoted by Samsung. However, it does say that black text can be a bit overprinted and colours a bit vivid for photos, but there are supposedly ways to modify that in the driver. It would save you a bit on toner if you can do that!

Great printer either way and I'd buy it if I could get a slightly better price on the network version!

Good deal!

Looks like a good printer, maybe have to look for a better price though

I had a good look around but could not be £99.00 delivered. There is space for a discount code but I could not find anywhere that actually had a code that worked.

as with all suspiciously cheap lasers - how much are the toners?

can you get cheap/good refills, as in my experience colour lasers eat toner like its going out of fashion.

Looks like genuine ones are about £25 for each colour and about £35 for the black toner.

Rainbow kit isn't in stock at the moment here, but seems a better price than anywhere:
oyyy.co.uk/pro…cse


Although this place sells a refill bottle and chip set for £11.99 a colour and £13.49 for black. A bit fiddly, but it will save a lot if you're a heavy user!

refilltoner.com/Mac…00N

Original Poster

Well the Oyyy price seems a decent price! Seems Saverstore lied, Worlds cheapest LOL. Maybe I'll email them (edit I have)!

Anyone got one of these?

Original Poster

bjmcghee

People should note that this is the USB version of this printer, Ebuyer … People should note that this is the USB version of this printer, Ebuyer have the one that is network-ready (CLP-300N), but it's £151.29 delivered. http://www.ebuyer.com/UK/product/120362The USB printer does get good reviews with speeds similar to those quoted by Samsung. However, it does say that black text can be a bit overprinted and colours a bit vivid for photos, but there are supposedly ways to modify that in the driver. It would save you a bit on toner if you can do that!Great printer either way and I'd buy it if I could get a slightly better price on the network version!Good deal!



I'd buy a Linksys wireless WPS54G Print Server to go with this printer rather than going for the network ready version.

I have been told that the Rainbow kits are due in on the 1st of October - The service from oyyy was great as I ordered at about 1PM and it was delivered the next day, apart from the Rainbow kit that is which as I have said it due to me next week.

mikeyp

I'd buy a Linksys wireless WPS54G Print Server to go with this printer … I'd buy a Linksys wireless WPS54G Print Server to go with this printer rather than going for the network ready version.



No probs, I only mentioned the fact that there was a network version because I was all ready to buy this until I realised it was USB only and didn't want someone to get the wrong thing. I think for the less technically-minded person who wants to set up a network printer simply then the integrated version would be better than a separate print server.

Original Poster

bjmcghee

No probs, I only mentioned the fact that there was a network version … No probs, I only mentioned the fact that there was a network version because I was all ready to buy this until I realised it was USB only and didn't want someone to get the wrong thing. I think for the less technically-minded person who wants to set up a network printer simply then the integrated version would be better than a separate print server.



Personal preference i suppose and depends if your strained by where you can put the printer.

sej7278

as with all suspiciously cheap lasers - how much are the toners?


good point, and you may need new toner faster than you think because the toner carts supplied with the printer are only 75% full. see similar product posting from 15 Sept:
hotukdeals.com/for…815
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