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Date: January 30th, 2003
Article by: Nathan Glentworth (Owner, Head Editor & Hardware Reviewer)
Product was donated by: Samsung Canada
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PRODUCT WALKTHROUGH & FEATURE BREAKDOWN



Getting sick of constantly having to reload your printer with paper when it runs out? The two printers reviewed today can take a whole 500 page package in one shot in its lower cassette magazine. Unlike most printers, these two models can print anything from A5 to legal sized paper directly from the internal magazine and is easily adjustable. Very versatile.



If per chance you want to hand feed the paper into the machine or print off some fancy envelopes or transparencies, you can open the front access door and have full control of your media.




With a regular 8000 page toner capability, the top access door will barely ever be used. Toner installation consists of just sliding the cartridge into the bay until it self locks in place. Please use the guide in the user's manual to make sure you install it correctly.


Attached to the top of the access door is a flip up paper holder to stop your longer legal print jobs from sliding off of the printer and along the floor. Nothing ticks me off more than printing something off, and having it disappear under a desk.

 

 

 

 

 

 


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