The Samsung ML-1910 is an economical and budget-friendly black&white laser printer designed for small business owners and individuals who print a lot of documents. It connects directly to a PC via USB 2.0, after which it can output pages at a rate of 18 pages per minute. In addition, the ML-1910 printer supports various document sizes (A4, A5, Legal, etc.), various paper types (plain, thin, bond, punched, etc.), and various convenience related functionsâ€"print screen for printing the contents of your screen, AnyWeb Print for integrating web content into a printer-friendly file, and universal operating system compatibility.
The Samsung ML-1910 uses a streamlined design to promote easy navigation, low noise, and practicality. First there's an output cover that reduces the noise level while also promoting sophisticated. There's also an uncluttered and simple-to-navigate control panel with easily locatable Print Screen and On/Off buttons; a practical enclosed cassette tray that ensures paper doesn't get covered with dust; and a black finish that'll fit alongside any office equipment.
When it comes to fast and efficient black&white prints, the ML-1910 stands tall against its competitors. A rate of 18pages per minute isn't the fastest available, but it is certainly a bargain at such a price. Add that along with the printer's support for 10,000 monthly pages and various operating systems, and you have a winner.
The biggest benefit to the Samsung ML-1910, though, resides with its ink. First of all, unlike regular printers, the professional-grade ML-1910 on cartridges, which are more reliable and effective. According to Samsung, each toner cartridge supports 2,500 pages, which at a total rate of Â£52.61 translates to a price of Â£0.02 per page. Keep in mind that most professional-grade printer cartridges retail at rates up to Â£0.10 per page.
As was mentioned earlier, the ML-1910 is an economical option for users seeking only to print a lot of documents. If you are a small business owner, then your best bet is to spend more money for a better-featured printer, lest you end up having to upgrade two months later.
The problems with the ML-1910 are numerous: it doesn't support colour documents; it cannot fax, scan or copy; and it doesn't even provide automatic duplexing. This means that to print on both sides of a page, you'll have to first print on the front, and then reinsert the completed sheet upside down into the input tray.
The greatest limitation to this printer is connectivity. As it's based on USB 2.0, it can only connect to one computer at once. There is no support for Ethernet, WiFi, or any networking whatsoever.