Samsung SL-M4020ND/XAA Mono Laser Printer

Samsung SL-M4020ND/XAA Mono Laser Printer
Posted: 1 year, 6 months ago ( 2 comments )

The Samsung SL-M4020ND is capable of 40 pages per minute and can take a maximum paper size of  8.5 x 14 inches.

Connection to your Windows, Mac, or Linux PC is via a USB port, and drivers are included for Windows, Mac, and Linux as standard.

Forbes Halkett 8 months, 4 weeks ago

Another excellent mono laser printer from Samsung, I have been buying Samsung laser printers for my business for over 15 years. They're cheap and they last a long time in dirty and dusty warehouse environments, where I use them to print packing slips, delivery notes etc. They don't stay white for very long in my warehouse!! But they will be printing up 500 to 1000 sheets per day, and I get between 2 and 3 years out of each one, which I think is very good considering the purchase cost of the printer and the amount of printing that they do.

My business is printer cartridges and toner supplies, and I always recommend these Samsung mono laser printers to customers when they call me. Obviously I can get genuine Samsung consumables at a good price because I sell them, but we have run our printers on compatible toner cartridges with no problems.

For mono printing the Samsung must have one of the lowest costs per page on the market, and to calculate that cost correctly make sure that you include the initial purchase price of the printer!

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Dianne Abbot 8 months, 4 weeks ago

Agree with everything in the previous comment, been using Samsung mono lasers for years since the ML1610. At the time they cost about twice the price of the cheapest inkjet, but because they came with a full toner cartridge they were much better value, faster and more reliable then an inkjet.

I didn't get a driver disc with my SL-M4020ND, and there is no mac driver on the samsung website, so I downloaded a driver for another mono samsung laser printer and it worked fine, this is not the first time I have done this with various samsung laser printers, it seems that samsung are a little slow at uploading their drivers for OS X.

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