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If you're tight on space in your home office, but need a laser printer to rapidly pump out pages, then Samsung's ML-2955DW monochrome laser model looks to be a good option. It's one of the smallest laser printers on the market and can be picked up online for the very reasonable price of £120. The ML-2955DW is tiny compared to the majority of laser printers that I get in for review. Its footprint measures just 348x338mm and it stands a mere 197mm tall, so it's ideally sized for use in home offices, especially those where space is at a premium. While I wouldn't go so far as to describe this model as stylish, the combination of its small size and the nicely rounded edges do make it look rather cute by laser printer standards. The off-white colour scheme is a tad unimaginative though. The top of the printer houses the 150-sheet output tray. This has a dust cover that needs to be flipped open when the printer is in use. Like most laser models, the bottom of the chassis houses a cassette-style paper input tray. This sticks out the back of the chassis and Samsung doesn't supply a cover for it, so if the printer isn't used for a while, there's a possibility that dust could collect on the top sheet of paper.
The Samsung ML-2955DW monochrome laser printer is notable for its very low street price ($150 as of February 8, 2012) and its full network connectivity, namely USB, ethernet, and Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, the expensive toner restricts it to low-volume use. It’s the same old story: cheap printer, pricey toner. The ML-2955DW ships with a starter-size toner cartridge with a 1000-page yield. Replacements include a 1500-page cartridge for $63, which works out to 4.2 cents per page--steep compared with the current average of 2.6 cents per page for all the monochrome lasers we’ve tested. The higher-yield cartridge costs $75 and lasts for 2500 pages, or 3 cents per page, versus an average of 1.8 cents per page for other high-yield cartridges we’ve priced. If you take a year or more to get through a cartridge, you probably won’t care. If you have to replace the cartridges several times a year, however, you will definitely start to feel the pinch. For higher-volume use, step up to a model such as the Dell 2350dn, which has reasonably priced consumables. The ML-2955DW is otherwise a decent printer. Equipped with a 533MHz CPU and 64MB of memory, it printed plain text in our tests at a middling rate of 18.3 pages per minute.
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