|Item Weight||2.2 pounds|
|Product Dimensions||7.5 x 13.4 x 3.4 inches|
|Item model number||MLT-D105L|
|Number of Items||1|
|Manufacturer Part Number||MLT-D105L|
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I just finished writing a book - a seven year process - and I've printed multiple draft copies of it for editing to the tune of 200 pages or more of text and photos. The printer and cartridge worked flawlessly. Just make sure you set the printer on the "Toner Save" mode. I got about 1500 copies of heavy text and b/w printed illustrations out of this last cartridge, printing from InDesign, about 4.5¢/copy. It took me a while to discover the "Toner Save" setting and that cut my cartridge output in half. If it was just text, I bet I would have gotten 2000 copies or more. That would be about 3¢ a copy. Yes, the description says "2,500 copies." I'd take that with a grain of salt but 1500-2000 copies is still pretty darn good.
Also, make sure you get the "Long Life" (L) model, not the (S) starter cartridge. Between that and not having the printer to the "Toner Saver" mode meant that I got less than 500 copies out of the "starter" cartridge.
Now, my flyers are very basic, not graphics-heavy at all.
"Technical Details: Page Yield: 2500" is complete bull.
I got 5 pages of college coursework printer (yes, FIVE pages of strictly text) and 250 flyers of 15% coverage with toner-save enabled. Mathmatically, that's ~755 pages by Samsung's rating, at 5% coverage. Should've gone with a cheapo 'compatible' refill.
What really urked me - I got 1000 of the same flyers out of the original cartridge that came with the printer!
I'll be buying one more, in hopes that it was a fluke and I just got a bad one this time. I'll update the rating if that's the case. Otherwise, I'm going generic.