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Samsung CLX-6200FX Color Laser Multifunction Printer

by Samsung

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  • Color laser printer produces up to 21 ppm for efficient office use
  • Time-saving one-touch automatic duplexing feature
  • Includes a 250-sheet cassette and a 100-sheet multi-purpose tray
  • Durable monthly cycle of 65,000 pages
  • Measures 25.6-by-25.4-by-36.2-inches
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Product Description

Product Description

imagine the CLX-6200FX that offers everything your office needs. With time-saving features like duplex printing, color scanning, direct USB printing and faxing and print speeds at 21 ppm, you will quickly increase your business productivity.

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The easy-to-use Samsung CLX-6200FX Color Laser Printer delivers high-quality professional color print jobs at speeds up to 21 pages per minute, and includes efficient copy, scanning, and faxing capabilities. With a durable monthly cycle of 65,000 pages, this heavy-duty printer is designed to meet the high demands of your bustling office.

The sophisticated CLX-6200FX color laser printer features a time-saving one-touch automatic duplexing as well as image detail up to 2400-by-600 dpi, for crisp professional results. Start time for printing single sheets is 25 seconds in color or monochrome, and under 30 seconds for first-copy jobs. In addition, this hard-working machine features a convenient front-located USB port that allows you to print PDS, BMP, TIFF, and JPEG files at your convenience--even as other jobs print from your office network. The printer also includes a 250-sheet cassette and a 100-sheet multi-purpose tray, and is backed by 128 MB of RAM, allowing it to start fast and stay strong throughout the work day.

The 25.6-by-25.4-by-36.2-inch Samsung CLX-6200FX maximizes output and reduces operation costs with its built-in duplex feature to reduce paper consumption and decrease your business's cost-per-page ratio. In addition, the hassle of changing ink and toner is dramatically reduced, as this machine is constructed with four easy-to-replace consumables.


Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 25.6 x 25.4 x 36.2 inches ; 2.4 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 94.8 pounds
  • Shipping: Currently, item can be shipped only within the U.S. and to APO/FPO addresses. For APO/FPO shipments, please check with the manufacturer regarding warranty and support issues.
  • ASIN: B00121UAIS
  • Item model number: CLX-6200FX
  • Average Customer Review: 3.3 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Product Warranty: For warranty information about this product, please click here
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: December 29, 2007

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

Support from Samsung is marginal to bad.
Oz
My Leopard and Tiger machines immediately found and configured the printer via Bonjour, but I also used IPP on a couple with no problem.
Shu the Moody
Good (IMO) color reproduction, and crisp, readable text.
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35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By AmateurTechSupporter on June 21, 2008
DISCLAIMER: I actually bought the CLX-6210FX, the only difference being a duplexing automatic document feeder (instead of the single-sided automatic document feeder) and optional hard disk and wireless print server functionality (sold separately, of course). The CLX-6240FX comes with the hard disk (also can accept the optional wireless print server), and, according to the specs, boasts a slightly higher print speed (25 pages-per-minute color/bw letter-sized documents vs. 20 ppm for the first two--note that this drops by half when duplex printing). I also bought this from a Canadian retailer (DirectDial), but given the lack of reviews for this family of Multi-Functional Printers (MFPs), I thought I'd post it here (and do it thoroughly).

*SETUP*

The 100-lb shipping box (approximately 2' x 2' x 3' high) showed up outside my house a few days ago and required two of us to man-handle down to the office where it was to be set up (Samsung helpfully provides perforated handles to help with this). The instructions for (properly) taking the box apart are on top of the box and make break-down a snap. Once the box is disassembled, the printer is much easier to move to where you want to locate it.

After removing the bits of tape that hold the unit together, the toners were fairly easy to install. One thing I instantly noticed about these, compared to the last few Samsungs I've used (ML-1440, and CLP-500) is that each of the toner cartridges comes with its own drum (which you shouldn't touch or keep exposed to light)! One less consumable to replace in the long run (and probably how it can achieve such high--and constant--print rates, each cartridge transfers its toner to the belt simultaneously instead of having to do multiple passes for each color).
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10 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Daniel L. Sherman on July 30, 2009
I don't think I've ever written a review before on Amazon. At least not that I can remember. But I wanted to write about this printer. Geesh. How hard is it to make a good printer now a days? It would appear like it's nearly impossible if you have been through the agony of the HP experience. I could write a small book on the problems I've had with HP printers over the years. I vowed to give up on HP when I bought a new printer.

Enter the Samsung CLX-6200FX.

It took me all of about 5 minutes after getting it out of the box, to print something. If it were an HP, I would have had to endure 20 to 30 minutes of software installs. One after the other. They try to install everything they can, most of which you'll never use. With this, I put the disk in, clicked a couple of times, told it that the printer was hooked to my network and voila... I was printing.

Did the same install on 3 of our other computers in the house, all hooked into my wireless router. (Actually, one of our computers is wired into the router and the other three are hooked via wifi t o the router.

It's relatively quiet. It only takes a few moments to warm up from being asleep. Print quality is just fine. It feels solid. Not cheap. It weighs a TON. Be prepared to have either a tall man to lift it out of it's box or to be creative and break down the box with a knife to get to it. It's really heavy and not easy to get out of the box with the box intact.

I especially like that the software allows me to fax a document from my computer, just by selecting the fax driver when I go to "print" it. The first time you do it (if you're accessing it via a router) you have to make it "find" the printer but it only takes a second or two. Then you can fax away. AWESOME.
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6 of 7 people found the following review helpful By Shu the Moody on June 25, 2008
I got this unit because of the bang for the buck, and was impressed at how open they were in supporting Macs and Linux. I am thrilled at how great it works, especially with Macs. I have an all-Mac network and connected this unit through ethernet to share the printer. You have to go to the Samsung site to download the software separately, but once you do, it's smooth sailing.

My Leopard and Tiger machines immediately found and configured the printer via Bonjour, but I also used IPP on a couple with no problem. There's a native Mac "Smart Panel" to control some default settings, but the main administration is done through a web interface on the machine. There's also a Java applet to let you view the print queue, but Leopard's native print queue viewer does that just fine. The TWAIN drivers work fine in Photoshop, and you can scan through ethernet with it. Samsung definitely took care of Macs with this release.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By Oz on September 18, 2010
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We like it, it's reliable, print output for color is ok, not steller. It also seems slow. When we select to copy, it warms up. Fax, "Warming Up" we get 'registering' all the time. Wouldn't likely buy another one, but the price and delivery were good. Support from Samsung is marginal to bad.
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By Paul T Trask on November 27, 2012
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this printer is exactly what we were looking for, I would suggest this for anyone looking to upgrade from an inkjet.
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2 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Robert Anderson on January 9, 2010
Everything is ok.. only gripe is that the printer could use a better manual feed input. other than that it scans, prints, and whatever just like it should. IP networking setup took 5 mins.. not bad.
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