Samsung ProXpress M3320ND (Wireless Bundle) A4 Mono Laser Printer - £155.26 (+ £60 Cashback & 8GB Memory Stick) @ Printerland
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Samsung ProXpress M3320ND (Wireless Bundle) A4 Mono Laser Printer - £155.26 (+ £60 Cashback & 8GB Memory Stick) @ Printerland

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Found 6th Mar
£79.38 (£95.26 inc VAT) after cash back, the cheapest I have seen.

Auto-duplex, Laser printing, a free usb etc...

quick specs

Up to 33ppm Mono Print
6.5 Seconds First page
USB, Network & Wireless
Automatic Double Sided Printing
1200 x 1200 dpi Print
SPL, PostScript3, PCL6/5e, IBM ProPrinter, EPSON
250 Sheet Input Tray
1 Sheet Multi-Purpose Tray
600MHz Processor
128MB RAM
Windows & Mac Compatible
- taras

5 Comments

Sloth/Mod

Thanks for sharing, have updated price to show what you pay at checkout with VAT and before claiming cashback

Why is this a deal? For that price you could get a Brother that'd be cheaper initally, cheaper to run, and colour... wait a minute, pages per month.

50k pages per month rated load with this, whereas the Brothers I'm thinking of are more like 3k. Worth adding that to the description as without that info this looks overpriced.

CampGareth

Why is this a deal? For that price you could get a Brother that'd be … Why is this a deal? For that price you could get a Brother that'd be cheaper initally, cheaper to run, and colour... wait a minute, pages per month.50k pages per month rated load with this, whereas the Brothers I'm thinking of are more like 3k. Worth adding that to the description as without that info this looks overpriced.



What does that mean, as in how is it better?

Noxia

What does that mean, as in how is it better?



Oh, it means that this printer could churn out 50,000 printed pages in a month if you kept it fed with paper and toner. That's an insane quantity, it's like every single person in a 200-person office printing out a small (250 pages) book each month. That's why office printers are so expensive.

By comparison I bought one of the 3,000/month brothers, some of the cheaper to replace parts are rated for 25,000 pages so would die within two weeks if subjected to the same load. The more expensive parts have a 100,000 page lifespan so would last 2 months. That's 2 months before an £80 (heavily discounted) printer is reduced to a smoking pile of junk that needs replacing.

On the other hand home users don't print that much. I've done 260 pages in 11 months :P

Oh got you, thanks for explaining.
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