Samsung SL-M2026 A4 Mono Laser Printer £34.99 @ Amazon
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Samsung SL-M2026 A4 Mono Laser Printer £34.99 @ Amazon

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Found 20th Feb
Just reduced. Compatible toners seem reasonable too.

Product Description
Samsung SL-M2026 (A4) Mono Laser Printer 8MB 20ppm 10000 (MDC)

Box Contains
Printer
Ships with 500 pages Starter Toner Cartridge

USB will need to be added as it doesn't come with one.

No WiFi.
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Shame it isn't wireless
Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better value overall as the toner are half the price, albeit the printer is £5 more

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Sphere43 s ago

Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better …Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better value overall as the toner are half the price, albeit the printer is £5 morehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Brother-HL-1110-Mono-Laser-Printer/dp/B00EKF2D24/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1519149457&sr=8-5&keywords=brother+hl+1110


Will the 1MB buffer effect it much?
rev68 m ago

Will the 1MB buffer effect it much?


It will be a physical connection to the PC, so any delay will be due to your PC. PCs have a print spooler (separate process) so you can keep working. Assuming your PC has decent memory, doubt it will be a big issue.
I got this for £45 after the £50 cashback and quidco, its fully networked or wireless. Compatible ink is £10 more from stinkyink who sell good quality ink rated by which and HP partner, you get 600 more pages out of it than the samsung and the benefit of scanner/copier. Its now out of stock on HP but there are other sites that sell it if you google search and you can claim the cashback too, make sure the model ends in nw

store.hp.com/UKS…PRN
Edited by: "f2raf" 20th Feb
Sphere12 m ago

It will be a physical connection to the PC, so any delay will be due to …It will be a physical connection to the PC, so any delay will be due to your PC. PCs have a print spooler (separate process) so you can keep working. Assuming your PC has decent memory, doubt it will be a big issue.


It's just I read laser printers are more reliant on memory than ink-jet. 1MB sounds really low but maybe it isn't. I don't know
£39.99 in both currys and rayman.
rev616 m ago

It's just I read laser printers are more reliant on memory than ink-jet. …It's just I read laser printers are more reliant on memory than ink-jet. 1MB sounds really low but maybe it isn't. I don't know


1mb seems very low, I have a 20 year old hp LaserJet with 1mb, it struggles massively with graphics and pdfs etc, lasers need a big memory I think because the whole page needs to be loaded into the buffer at once, whereas an inkjet can do line by line. That used to be the case anyway.
Sphere1 h, 12 m ago

Shame it isn't wireless


Found that LEDE (router firmware) supports a printer server using USB. Useful for some
Thanks OP. Have some heat!!
Good printer. Decent build quality and it does the job I need it to do. I’ve had it 12 months and only onto 2nd toner cartridge which is an aftermarket cheaper alternative I picked up on Amazon
Used to have an earlier model of this and it’s a really good printer with a small footprint. You can get replacement non Samsung toner for about £10-15 online.
cheaper toner i guess , but happy im i went for ricoh sp213w
rev61 h, 54 m ago

Will the 1MB buffer effect it much?


Hmmm....not HD either so cold from me!!.......I have one of these, it’s a laser printer b & w....I mean how many photos you going to be printing on this thing?!....COME ON,!.....it’s for printing text docs and webpages!.....
Nealjane1002 m ago

Hmmm....not HD either so cold from me!!.......I have one of these, it’s a l …Hmmm....not HD either so cold from me!!.......I have one of these, it’s a laser printer b & w....I mean how many photos you going to be printing on this thing?!....COME ON,!.....it’s for printing text docs and webpages!.....



Huh? The Samsung here has 8MB, the Brother has 1MB. That's a big difference. I was asking if it effects performance. No need to be dramatic.
rev615 m ago

Huh? The Samsung here has 8MB, the Brother has 1MB. That's a big …Huh? The Samsung here has 8MB, the Brother has 1MB. That's a big difference. I was asking if it effects performance. No need to be dramatic.


I don't think it does otherwise they wouldn't be putting in 20ppm in description also laser are alot faster than inkjet imo. Just picked a laser one off fleabay a colour one for 99p well chuffed after spending ages on trying to make a inkjet printer to work wasted money on new inks etc but it didn't work. Will throw it away or try sell it in again when the toner finishes though.
Sphere2 h, 15 m ago

Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better …Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better value overall as the toner are half the price, albeit the printer is £5 morehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Brother-HL-1110-Mono-Laser-Printer/dp/B00EKF2D24/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1519149457&sr=8-5&keywords=brother+hl+1110


There's the brother hl 1112 at argos for 39.99 and tesco for 39 quid. The toners are really cheap around 9 quid for 2 off them on ebay and other places probably better off with brother than Samsung as the toners seem very cheap although the brother one has around 1000 page capacity so not bad .vs the samsing 1800 pages capacity.
Sphere2 h, 16 m ago

Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better …Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better value overall as the toner are half the price, albeit the printer is £5 morehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Brother-HL-1110-Mono-Laser-Printer/dp/B00EKF2D24/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1519149457&sr=8-5&keywords=brother+hl+1110


Can't u just use a app and print it that way or through your modem or does this not connect to a modem.
Trust me, this is an absolutely brilliant printer. My mum wanted a new printer years ago to replace a broken inkjet printer. She only needed it for printing letters off and I came across this 1 for £50. I got it for her and it's been perfect. As it happens a few months later I bought the same printer for myself and it's really good.

It takes about 10 seconds to warm up, then prints each page in about 5 seconds. The most I have printed in 1 go was 15 pages and it's print speed stayed the same for each page.

When looking at this there are 2 questions if you are thinking of getting a printer....

Do you print pictures of need it for things in colour? If yes, don't buy it.
Do you just print letters and other text? If yes, buy it.

I have now had it for nearly 2 years and I don't use it that much. It's still on it's original toner. I have printed a few pictures off (just to show examples of something) and it printed fine and clear enough to see it.
italiastar3336 s ago

John lewis …John lewis toohttps://www.johnlewis.com/samsung-xpress-m2026-monochrome-laser-printer/p2099963#tabinfo-ratings


Out of stock
Shame is isn’t wireless with a lifetime supply of toner and paper chucked in Seriously, I own this model and it’s a very good printer, fast and great quality.
rev68 m ago

Out of stock


Sorry - I missed that
Great little printer but doesn’t always connect to the wifi so fails to do what it is suppose to do. Printing is amazing though
Sphere23 h, 38 m ago

Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better …Think, if wireless isn't an issue, then the Brother HL-1110 is better value overall as the toner are half the price, albeit the printer is £5 morehttps://www.amazon.co.uk/Brother-HL-1110-Mono-Laser-Printer/dp/B00EKF2D24/ref=sr_1_5?ie=UTF8&qid=1519149457&sr=8-5&keywords=brother+hl+1110


It's better to buy the toner powder refills rather than the entire cartridge. Saves ALOT more money. Less environmental waste too.

You really want one where it's easy to remove the plug from the cartridge to allow a powder refill. Not sure how easy that it is to do on the Brother.
Edited by: "Picard123" 21st Feb
No wifi? What are we animals
scepticpsych17 m ago

No wifi? What are we animals


£80 for that one.
Replacment 1000 page yield toners from about £9 on ebay.
Picard12311 h, 42 m ago

It's better to buy the power refills rather than the entire cartridge. …It's better to buy the power refills rather than the entire cartridge. Saves ALOT more money.You really want one where it's easy to remove the plug from the cartridge to allow a powder refill. Not sure how easy that it is to do on the Brother.


Can you do that with the Samsung? If so, I'm in!!
Sphere3 h, 54 m ago

Can you do that with the Samsung? If so, I'm in!!


You can on my Samsung.

Each manufacturer / cartridge is slightly different but on mine, you simply pop the cap off with a flat blade screwdriver, pour in the toner and put the cap back on.

Been doing this for years - they also provide instructions eg. on some cartridge, you unscrew it rather than pop the plug.

topinks.co.uk/


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Back in stock and 4p cheaper...
M.Bison40 s ago

Back in stock and 4p cheaper...



Woot. Thanks. Unexpired.
I recommend this printer. Got one for £5 of gumtree but older model with wireless. It is super fast and the refurbished or alternative tonners are £10 and have a brand new drum. I don't recommend filling the tonner. Messy business with the risk of damaging the drum. Also, there is a chip on the toner that knows how many pages have been printed so even if you refill the chip won't let you print, thinking is empty.
There are ways around it.. But why bother when you can buy a new one for £10?
Also,learned a trick. When the tonner dies you can still use the printer. Quality will start fading but it will be decent. Just need to uninstall all software from Samsung and only use it on WiFi. Then print your way, I squeezed plenty of pages when I got it from gumtree until I had the new tonner delivered.
Ashan8559 m ago

Messy business with the risk of damaging the drum.


It's straightforward unless you're completely cack handed.
yeah..the drum can be damaged from light, or your hands, or your flat screwdriver. Then the particles are not healthy. you have to cut bits and bobs. you have to mess with the chip. Yeah, I'd rather not save £1 and get a new toner for all the benefits it brings
Ashan851 h, 29 m ago

yeah..the drum can be damaged from light, or your hands, or your flat …yeah..the drum can be damaged from light, or your hands, or your flat screwdriver. Then the particles are not healthy. you have to cut bits and bobs. you have to mess with the chip. Yeah, I'd rather not save £1 and get a new toner for all the benefits it brings


You don't touch the drum. And it doesn't get damaged by the light as it's electrostatic. Unless you're licking the carbon particles or snorting, it's no more dangerous than touching a newspaper. Many cartridges don't have a chip, and of the ones that do, you just replace the chip. It's simple.
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