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Samsung CLP-325W Colour Laser Printer (Wireless)

by Samsung

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  • Compact colour laser printer
  • Print Screen Button for one touch printing
  • 30% Toner Save mode to reduce printing costs
  • 130 Sheet paper capacity
  • 32 Mb memory
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Technical Details
BrandSamsung
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions31.3 x 38.8 x 24.3 cm
Item model numberCLP-325W/SEE
SeriesCLP 325 W
ColorColour
RAM Size32 MB
Wattage350 watts
Power SourceDC
  
Additional Information
ASINB003LVGLXA
Best Sellers Rank 45,559 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight14 Kg
Date First Available12 May 2010
  
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Product Description

Product Description

CLP-325W Colour Laser Printer

Let the CLP-325W set your printing free. Its convenient One Touch Wi-Fi Setting makes connecting to your Wi-Fi a breeze. No manual configurations or complicated passcodes. This liberating convenience is matched by impressive, high quality colour printing with up to 2,400 x 600dpi. The CLP-325W effortlessly delivers maximum colour while stylishly sporting a minimal design, with its chic black and cream grey facade. All this style and power, yet the compact CLP-325W fits easily almost anywhere.

Quality that goes on and on

Quality that goes on and on

A recent independent test showed that Samsung toner cartridges last up to three longer than ink cartridges from other manufacturers*. Not only will this stop you from forever buying and installing cartridges, but just think of the impact this could have on your pocket.

Add life to your prints

Add life to your prints

Unlike ink, laser toner fuses to the surface of the paper. This means that you get glossy, vibrant colours every time you hit print**. Say goodbye to the dull, matte, less intense results you always got from ink.

Setup is a cinch with our secure, one-touch wireless connection

The CLP-325W's One Touch Wi-Fi Setting lets you connect quickly and easily. Simply select the WPS (WiFi Protected Set-up) button on the access point (router), press the WPS button on the printer and you're done. Normally, you would have to spend time creating a wireless network name and manually entering a security key or password on all the wireless devices. But the ultra-convenient One Touch Wi-Fi Setting automatically configures — and protects — your wireless network for you.

No strings attached

Turn your computer loose with wireless printing. There are no more cables tripping you up and no need to plug and unplug machines to identify the right printer. And better yet, a wireless printer can be shared by many computers, saving you money on hardware and energy costs. Break free from the restraints of cables and say goodbye to cable clutter with the CLP-325W wireless colour laser printer.

Ideal for small, stylish spaces and busy places

Measuring an ultra compact 388 x 313 x 243mm (15.3 x 12.3 x 9.6inch), the Samsung CLP-325W easily fits on any desktop leaving plenty of room for you to get your work done. It also offers the perfect blend of beauty and practicality. With rounded edges, glossy crème grey top and chic black finish everywhere else, you won't want to hide this printer under a pile of papers. And you'll really enjoy the convenient one-touch Wi-Fi setup and power switch located on the front panel for fast, easy access. How's that for accommodating design?

One less noisy office distraction

You shouldn't have to struggle to hear yourself think while sitting at your own desk. That's why the Samsung CLP-325W is engineered to be quietly, at only 45dBA (Colour) and 47dBA (Mono) while printing. That's less than the gentle hum of a running refrigerator! A desktop printer that does its job while letting you focus on yours.

Lessen your wait, not your expectations

Quit losing productivity waiting around for your documents to print – the Samsung CLP-325W's fast print speed (16ppm for mono, 4ppm for colour) will have you back to work in no time. In Ready Mode, the CLP-325W features a First Page Output Time (FPOT) of only 14 seconds for black and 26 seconds for colour, satisfying your need for speed.

A soft approach to energy efficiency

In today's green office environment, there's simply no room for energy-hogging printers. That's why the Samsung CLP-325W features an easy-to-reach power button right on the control panel, so you can switch to an energy-saving standby mode at the push of a button. Want to print? Just press the button again to power back up, and you're ready to go.

Capture what catches your eye

Samsung's AnyWeb Print software lets you go hunting and gathering on the Web. You can utilise the CLP-325W to easily select, drag, and drop content from different web pages onto a printable scrap board in your browser window, all while you surf the web. It's an easy way to collect, arrange, and edit useful reference points and resources you can only find on the web for big projects – or even just for fun.

Your printing experience just got a lot more colourful

The CLP-325W easily delivers colour accuracy through premium quality 2,400 x 600dpi resolution with absolute ease. Also, with toner particles that are smaller and more uniform in shape than traditional toner particles, you'll be impressed with accurate colours and beautiful, glossy printouts.

Features and specifications are subject to change without prior notification.
*Based on independent BLI testing, August 2011, comparing the performance of the Samsung CLX-3185, HP Officejet 4500 and Brother MFC990CDW across a selection of uncoated A4 media.
** Based on independent BLI testing, August 2011, comparing the performance of the Samsung CLX-3185, HP Officejet 4500, HP Officejet Pro 8500A and Brother MFC990CDW across a selection of uncoated A4 media.

Box Contains

1 x 140 CD/DVD Media Storage Box, Blue;70 x antistatic CD/DVD sleeves

Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

3.2 out of 5 stars

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111 of 114 people found the following review helpful By Terry Breeds on 15 Oct. 2010
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Having read some of the other reviews on this printer I wonder if we are reviewing the same machine!!! Mine is a Samsung CLP325W and it arrived just before lunch today. It was unpacked, set up and working before I sat down to the mid-day meal. Admittedly it was using a USB connection but everything was fine. The print quality was good, and at this stage I hadn't even inserted the CD. I use Windows 7 64bit and it selected the driver without any problem at all. After lunch I inserted the CD and followed the instructions. The WiFi connection found half a dozen wireless connections (the top one was mine) and three of my neighbours were showing a full array of green and "excellent". My own hub is the BT Homehub2 which one reveiwer says cannot be connected. I inserted the WPA number on the rear of the hub and it was connected without problems. I find this a great colour laser printer for the small outlay. My previous model (Canon iSensys 5100) was a good machine, and I am a Canon man normally. On this occasion the cost of replacing my Canon toners was considerably more than the cost of this Samsung. It's criminal but the Canon had to go although it was still in good condition. I couldn't even offer it to a friend for nothing because he could buy this Samsung for less than the cost putting the Canon into use. On the subject of toner costs for the Samsung. It only ships with 1000 page Black and 500 page colour cartridges against the replacement 1500 and 750 ones. To the majority of home users these should provide a reasnable start, and when they do need renewing all four can be replaced relatively cheaply. It's a good buy. I know I've only had it a few hours but it is already my favourite and it only takes up half the space of the Canon.Read more ›
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Formerly frustrated MacUser on 30 May 2011
This is a very good printer for the money. However, as stated in other reviews, the set up is a bit hit and miss.
Firstly, as a straightforward plugged-in printer this works well, and is quick to set up.
Secondly, as a wireless network printer, I found it difficult to set up - the supplied instructions don't work for Macs. Once the printer is set up (via USB), it was only seen by the Mac when I added it MANUALLY ][
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26 of 27 people found the following review helpful By Fez on 7 Oct. 2010
Just installed my printer on both my PC and laptop and now have wireless printing on both. The quality of the print is very sharp at present although I do wonder how long the initial toner is going to last!

As for installation, I followed the A3 picture quick installation guide and the set up took under 15 minutes, most of this was just waiting for software to be copied across. The steps:

1. Unwrap printer
2. Pull out toner clip
3. Load paper
4. Switch off computer
5. Connect USB lead (cable not provided) from printer to computer
6. Plug in printer and switch on
7. Turn computer on
8. When new hardware found insert disk (CLP 320 Series! but it still works)
Now follow instructions.

The only screen I guessed on was when it asked for my WEP code , I left the default setting on OPEN (Network .. I think) but since this didn't work I changed it to SHARED then typed in my wireless key and it worked fine.

The booklet did not give any instructions for connecting additional laptops etc. So I did the same procedure on the laptop and it worked and I have tested both computer and laptop and they both do print (yippee).

I was relieved, especially after reading some horrendous setting up reviews. By the way I have a BT Home Hub, the old white version.

So far I would recommend this printer as it represents good value for a colour laser printer and the wireless feature is so practical especially when many homes have desktops and laptops. This one should keep the kids happy when they want to print off their homework.

I have since found out that the paperwork which came with my printer is superceded by an on-line leaflet and the wireless button can be used to connect. I have not confirmed this yet.

The only negative point is the paper tray sticks out by about 9cm and many of the on-line images do not show this.
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24 of 25 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on 2 Dec. 2010
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The printer is fine - excellent quality prints for the price, even with budget paper, and easy to set up. However - buyers beware! Please note that the toners (for CLP-310, CLP-315, CLX3170 and CLX-3175 Models) recommended in the "frequently bought together" section and offered as a special package along with the printer are NOT compatible with the CLP-325, according to Samsung customer services. We have had to return them. The correct toners are not currently available on Amazon. Shame, because it would have been an excellent deal otherwise.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Richard Brady on 13 Sept. 2011
Just arrived today and after at least an hour, I'm finally setup and very pleased with the print quality.

Like many others I had serious issues with the WiFi setup. I tried configuring this over USB and with WPS to no avail. Eventually I got it working and have a possible explanation. I think this printer works with WPA-PSK but not with WPA2-PSK. My access point has always been set to use the (more secure) WPA2-PSK[AES]. No luck on that setting. So I changed it to WPA-PSK[TKIP] + WPA2-PSK[AES] (so it now allows both security types) and voila.

So, if you are struggling to connect the WiFi, try logging onto your router or access point and making sure that it allows WPA and not just WPA2. Hope this helps someone out there :)
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