Small laserjet printer

Discussion in 'DIY Computers' started by jas0n, Oct 21, 2006.

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    jas0n Guest

    I need to replace an aging HP Laserjet 5 that fuser, rollers, etc have
    finally started to die - its big and bulky and slower than I need so
    dont want to repair it.

    Ive seen mentions of the smaller Samsung and Brother laser printers -
    looking around there are so many models to choose from.

    Is anyone using this type of printer, can recommend?

    My requirements are:-

    High text quality / graphics can be less so
    No paper curling, edge or otherwise

    Its only light use so refilling toner, etc is not needed.

    Wish list, but not required:-

    Built in rj45 network

    Anything you know of come anywhere near?
    jas0n, Oct 21, 2006
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    Bioboffin Guest

    I have a Samsung ML-1750 (probably now superseded). It has worked
    perfectly - no network though.
    At the time I bought it, I was a network administrator, and bought about 15
    of these for my organisation (as stand-alone printers for the machines on
    the network). None of them ever went wrong in the three years that they were
    installed. Print quality and speed are fine.
    Bioboffin, Oct 21, 2006
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    linker3000 Guest

    Brother HL2030
    linker3000, Oct 21, 2006
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    jas0n Guest

    My requirements are:-
    Ive seen a lot of mentions of paper curl with reviews of this one -
    thats something I can't live with ... anyone know if the samsungs suffer
    jas0n, Oct 21, 2006
  5. no they don't suffer from it...
    The Fisherman, Oct 22, 2006
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    GB Guest

    We've had one printer per desk for many years, but we only have one colour
    laser. This is connected to one of the PCs and shared over the network that
    way. No need for networking on the printer, but it does require that PC to
    be switched on whenever we want to print in colour.
    GB, Oct 23, 2006
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