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Samsung ML-2510 Monochrome Laser Printer

by Samsung
3.6 out of 5 stars 156 customer reviews

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  • Robust and affordable monochrome compact laser printer
  • Enjoy 1200x600 dpi resolution prints
  • Built-in jam-free roller system
  • Prints up to 25 pages per minute
  • Compatible with Windows XP, Mac OS X, and Linux operating systems
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Product Description

The Samsung ML-2510 monochrome compact personal laser printer is an ideal choice for small offices or home offices with little extra space. The printer is so small it can easily perch beside your filing cabinet or right on top of your desk. The trim proportions of the ML-2510 ensure that it works in every place, every situation. Speed is another impressive aspect of the ML-2510. Clocking in at up to 25 pages per minute, its printing rate compares favorably even next to professional-grade printers. With a resolution of 1200 by 600 dpi, prints come out clear and crisp. Bothersome paper jams that stall print jobs and make copying tasks a headache are now eliminated with the built-in jam-free roller system. The printer works with Windows XP, Macintosh OS X, and Linux operating systems. It has 8 MB memory and can be placed in an Ethernet network environment with an optional networking accessory. Measuring just 13.9 by 11.7 by 9.7 inches, the printer features a handy USB 2.0 connection.

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The Samsung ML-2510 monochrome compact personal laser printer is an ideal choice for small offices or home offices with little extra space. The printer is so small it can easily perch beside your filing cabinet or right on top of your desk. The trim proportions of the ML-2510 ensure that it works in every place, every situation. Speed is another impressive aspect of the ML-2510. Clocking in at up to 25 pages per minute, its printing rate compares favorably even next to professional-grade printers.

With a resolution of 1200 by 600 dpi, prints come out clear and crisp. Bothersome paper jams that stall print jobs and make copying tasks a headache are now eliminated with the built-in jam-free roller system. The printer works with Windows XP, Macintosh OS X, and Linux operating systems. It has 8 MB memory and can be placed in an Ethernet network environment with an optional networking accessory. Measuring just 13.9 by 11.7 by 9.7 inches, the printer features a handy USB 2.0 connection.


Product Information

Product Dimensions 11.8 x 14.1 x 9.5 inches
Item Weight 12.3 pounds
Shipping Weight 18.4 pounds
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ASIN B0009KITEU
Item model number ML-2510
Customer Reviews
3.6 out of 5 stars 156 customer reviews

3.6 out of 5 stars
Best Sellers Rank #508 in Electronics > Computers & Accessories > Printers > Laser Printers
Date first available at Amazon.com October 2, 2001

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By Anne C. Johnson on December 29, 2007
I am having the same paper feed issues as some of the other reviewers and it has been only a year (I print very occasionally). It worked great at first and I was really pleased it printed amazingly fast and I thought it was perfect for my needs. But now it is impossible to use, extremely unreliable, I never know when it will work or not. Paper feed stopped working and it does not matter what I do I can't get it working again.
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I bought two of these printers because they are cheap and fast. Both started having the same paper feed problems after I replaced the initial cartridge, which only lasted 500 pages on one. When the mechanism tries to pick up the paper, it moves a little bit, then stops. After two attempts, the printer stops and signals paper jam, which requires pulling the paper out and putting it back in to try again. Very frustrating. I've tried several different papers. Tech support was unhelpful and I gave up after holding for 45 minutes when they referred me up to the next level. Only the fact that I just spent $70 on a new cartridge makes me hesitate to throw this thing in the trash.
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Economy laser printers are more available, but are they worth the admittedly good prices? This Samsung is.

I've only owned it a couple of weeks, but the ML-2510 is a solid printer that prints fast, with good quality. I've not printed photos or artwork with it, so I can't say how the image quality is with those works, but text looks very good.

I returned a previous Samsung because the machine started putting out smoke with each page (yikes!). I also was not impressed with that machine's print speed. This machine is definitely an improvement.

Highly Recommended for a budget printer.

An update six months later: The machine continues to work flawlessly. Print quality is very good. It gets light use (maybe 150 pages per month). Heartily recommended.

Second update: I've had this machine for a couple of years, and it still works well. You do have to read the instructions on dealing with paper jams. One cannot take the machine apart to get the paper out. You have to press the print button to advance the paper out. It works. I am still very impressed with the machine. I have only had to replace the toner cartridge once.
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Like some others, I've been experiencing paper feeding problems with this printer that I got less than 1 year ago. It somehow doesn't pickup paper consistently anymore. I usually need to open/close the front cover on the printer 10+ times to get it retry and pickup a single sheet of paper.

It prints fine when it's able to pickup the paper. But due to the paper feeding problems which a lot of people seem to be experiencing, I wouldn't recommend this printer. Doesn't seem to be reliable in this aspect.
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I originally ordered the product for my daughter. After setting it up, it jammed the first try I made a printout. Sad to say, not even one printout came out. I have had several printers already, but this one really sucks. Worse, the store I bought it from will not allow a refund once you already opened the box. Worse more is that the ink toner I bought with the printer cannot be returned unless I prepaid the shipping cost. Avoid this printer at all cost.
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This printer has given me nothing but agony. It is nearly impossible to get it to print without jamming. I've had it for months. I've tried all types of paper, I've made sure to keep it on a perfectly flat surface with support under the paper feeder, etc etc - but it will not stop jamming. In fact I just got done fixing a jam which required me to take apart the front pieces and really stick my hand in the back to get the stuck paper out, which of course ripped and I had to pull it out by small sections. I've spent way too much time on this junker and I'm ready to send it to the recycling depot - I'm afraid to put it on the sidewalk on trash day because I wouldn't want someone to pick it up and think they got a great free printer, only to go through the torture that I've endured with this hunk of junk.
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After years of toiling with the inkjets, I switched to laser about 3 years ago, and this is the printer I bought. It prints only in black and white, but I had to ask myself, when do I actually need color prints? That's right, I never do and I never did, so for a person who just needs prints, then black and white should be more than auspicious.

For instance, I like to print off webpages of information that I find useful, directions from google maps plus more directions, and loads and loads and loads of resumes. So basically I bought this printer to print a lot, and I mean a lot of prints. I put this Samsung through the ringer, let me tell you. For 3 years now, I have had not one problem, not one. This prints very very high quality black and white prints and it can do so in bursts or bits. I mean for a job that a professional mammoth printer/copier would be needed for, this has handled conciliatory perfect. I would recommend this to the college student, the mom, the kid, and the whole family. There isn't one person I couldn't recommend this too. Yes, the replaceable laser cartridge costs around 75 dollars to replace, but you knew that before you bought a laser didn't you? For a rough estimate, I printed day in and day out for about a year and half before the cartridge needed replacing.

What you will be getting:

- Compact printer
- Dust cover for the paper, for those sedentary times when you don't print.
- High Quality Black and White Prints, no color.
- Easy setup out of the box
- High amount of prints before replacing cartridge

This printer is the best I've owned for my needs, and I suggest if you want reliability and durability, buy the ML-2510.
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