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Samsung CLP-670ND - Feature Table

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jake120

September 12, 2010, 9:55 pm

I must kindly disagree with the statement that the “CLP-670ND is aimed at the medium work-group of maybe 5-10 office workers.” If Samsung is stating this, they are misleading the customer. In my opinion based on the maximum toner and paper capacity this unit is more in line with a 3 to 5 person office and not much more.


In order to be in an office of 5 to 10 people the unit should have 5k to 8k page color toners and 7k to 8k page black. For paper capacity it would need a third 250 sheet tray or one 500 sheet tray that could be added to the 250sheet main tray.





A few other notes; HP used this stackable system for a few years and they had an issue with the unit using color even when printing in black. Do you know if this unit has the same issue?


I for one do not like the exposed transfer belt. I am worried about something falling on the belt and damaging it.


It is also more susceptible dust and dirt so over time quality output could become an issue long before the belt is slated to be changed.

raytr

September 13, 2010, 6:20 am

@jake





What are your recommendations then? I'm in the market for a new colur laser printer (UK).





Brother CDW 4070 has been poor from the off. Now giving up.


Previos Epson C1100 was great but we opted to change rather than start replacing expensive components - probably a mistake in hindsight.





A Kycorcera-Mita review caught my eye a while back.





5 people going up to 10 soon. Would consier a Multi-function machine to save deskspace used by scanner. Oh, must be network capable, but that's a given.

jake120

September 14, 2010, 1:47 am

@raytr


If you are planning to add 5 more people I would recommend the Konica Minolta Magicolor5670EN or the Kyocera FS-C5300


The Konica Minolta has the edge in price and maybe in quality output depending on what you are printing.


The Kyocera has the edge in cost per page, simpler setup and toner replacement, and it comes with duplexing standard, which cost extra on the Konica Minolta.

raytr

September 14, 2010, 4:21 am

@jake





Cheers

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