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Samsung Electronics ML-1865W Wireless Monochrome Printer

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  • 19 ppm up to 1,200 x 1,200 dpi
  • Hi-speed USB 2.0, 802.11b/g/nWireless
  • 5,000 pages
  • WPS button (Wi-Fi protected setup), Power button on front, AnyWeb Print software included (driver), FPOT less than 8.5 seconds
  • Paper Capacity: 150 sheets
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Price $179.99$99.99$51.99$72.99
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Type Laser Laser Laser Laser
Connectivity Wireless;Ethernet; USB Cable Wireless;USB Wireless;USB Wireless;USB
Output Type Black and White Black and White Black and White Black and White
Max Print Speed 19 ppm 27 ppm 21 ppm 20 ppm
Double-Sided Printing Manual Yes Yes No
Resolution Information not provided 2400 x 600 1200 x 1200 Information not provided
Maximum Print Size 8.5 x 11 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 14 inch 8.5 x 14 inch
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Technical Details

  • Monochrome

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 8.8 x 13.4 x 7.2 inches ; 9.2 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 12.9 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • ASIN: B004P2SIV2
  • Item model number: ML-1865W
  • Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (72 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: April 12, 2011

Product Description

WPS button (Wi-Fi protected setup), Power button on front, AnyWeb Print software included (driver), FPOT less than 8.5 seconds

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Customer Reviews

It was easy to setup for wireless use.
Kris L.
I am very happy with this printer,it is easy to set up, printouts are really fast, and, finally, it the printing is of good quality.
Chris
No return call so I called back and was told Tier 2 reps are really busy but I was on the list.
hyb

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

89 of 91 people found the following review helpful By C. Clark on July 30, 2011
Ok, here's a little shout-out for this printer. I'm a die-hard HP LaserJet fan in the office setting, but I picked one of these up at a big box "depot" store two weeks ago $119.99. It's the 2nd Samsung I've ever bought, with the 1st one being about 7 years ago. I was looking for a small laser printer for my home office, and was about to buy the HP LaserJet Professional P1102w for $99.99. But then I stumbled across this one for $119.99. Being $20 more, I was a little hesitant, but a quick Amazon search revealed that the consumables for the Samsung were much less.

So, I bought it, brought it home, and within about 3 minutes, had it unpacked, plugged in, and linked up with the wireless network. It's not a speed demon, nor does it have auto duplex, but it does print fast enough (19ppm) and prints come out looking sharp. And it's very quiet - it sits in power save mode until you print, then it immediately goes back into power save mode as soon as you're done. Sure, that slows down the first page out time to about 5 seconds, but that's a small price to pay when quiet = being able to easily concentrate.

The next day the "depot" store had it on sale for $69.99, so I showed them my receipt and got a $50 credit to my card for the difference. I would have bought it here on Amazon, but I needed it that day to do some work from home.

Anyways, if you're in the market for a small laser printer, this one (so far) is a sure bet!
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35 of 36 people found the following review helpful By AnotherWindowsBlog on November 11, 2011
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I got this printer for the amazing price of just $49.99 and it absolutely rocks! Being that I don't print often, I was sick of having clogged and dried up ink cartridges in my inkjet printer. They cost a lot of money to replace and it just wasn't worth the hassle. With this Samsung laser printer, I don't have that problem anymore. Toner particles don't dry like ink over time so I can leave this printer turned off for an extended period of time knowing that when I do have to use it, the toner display bar wouldn't mysteriously be cut in half.

Quality
Not much to say on print quality. If you've ever seen a printout from a laser printer before, then this printer is right up that alley. Nothing special, nothing fancy. It just gets the job done. Personally, these cheap laser printers are great for printing out reports and other things that contain mainly of words and tables. Of course, it will also print pictures and whatnot but don't expect it to rival that of black inkjet printers. For that, you'll need a much more expensive laser printer than this one. For the price I paid for this, it's worth every penny.

Maintenance
Laser printers don't usually require a lot of maintenance like inkjet printers unless you have a defective model of some sort. These laser printers can print thousands and thousands of pages before anything needs changing. The best part is, a lot of problems you experience from a laser printer can be remedied by simply changing the toner cartridge. However, this is not true for every printer model. Besides keeping the unit clean of dust and whatnot, I'm just going to let this printer sit on my desk until I need to use it.
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30 of 31 people found the following review helpful By Tommy J on November 2, 2011
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I had heard about cheap laser printers, but was skeptical. I finally got fed up with the ink jet crap of very expensive cartridges that seem to plug up often.

I read up on Lasers and decided on the Sammy. I avoided HP because the company is in trouble and didn't want to get stuck with an unsupported printer..

The instruction book was good, but tiny print hard to read. There is a copy on install disk, easier to read. DON'T MESS WITH THE WIFI BUTTON UNTIL YOU READ INSTRUCTIONS OR DO INSTALL PROGRAM...

The WIFI was icing on the cake... Notes on WIFI.
The sammy comes with a AD-hoc connection (no security)just a plug in go set up. I did not use it....

NOTE: VERY IMPORTANT, be sure your installation computer is attached to the network by a wifi connection. DO NOT use a computer that is wired (RJ45) to the router unless you are not using PRINTER wifi connection..

Note: be sure to write down the net security set up from your router to avoid errors before you start. Also NEVER touch the wifi button on the printer during installation process. The install program takes care of that...

My home net is WPA2 personal using tkip+AES. So I installed the wifi using the neat disk installation program.

1. plug in the usb cable and power, make sure the usb cable is tight in the printer end. The usb plug on printer is a bit loose fitting...

2. Turn on printer with paper loaded (do not touch the wifi button).

3.When install program comes up, choose the wifi option to install. DO NOT REMOVE THE USB CABLE UNTIL INSTALL PROGRAM TELLS YOU.
4. The install program brings up available networks. Choose your home net. Do not mess with the AD-hoc networks if they are shown.

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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By Kev on October 10, 2011
If you're having trouble with setting up the wireless on your Mac, read this:

First, run the software that comes with the printer to set up the wireless settings on your printer. Then go into System Preferences > Print & Fax, then add a printer by clicking on the "+" button on the bottom left of the printers list. It should show up as Samsung ML-1865W Series and should say "Bonjour" under "Kind". Click Add and your done! You now have a wireless printer working with your Mac.

Running Snow Leopard OS X 10.6.8 on Late 2009 Macbook
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