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Samsung CLX-3175FW Wireless Colour Laser Printer,copy,scan And Fax. 16ppm (mono),4ppm (colour) Print Speeds

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  • Impressive speed and memory
  • Feature-rich copying
  • Innovative toner design
  • Quiet NO-NOIS technology
  • USB simplicity
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BrandSamsung
Item Weight15 Kg
Product Dimensions37.3 x 41.4 x 34.3 cm
Item model numberCLX-3175FW/SEE
  
Additional Information
ASINB002PJ1DSC
Best Sellers Rank 72,376 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight19 Kg
Date First Available8 Dec 2008
  
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The CLX-3175FW is big - and small - on copy features. It offers reduce/enlarge capabilities from 25 to 400 percent, as well as two-up and four-up copying, poster copying and clone copy. It even has an ID card copy function, so both sides can be copied and printed on one sheet quickly and easily. Toner changes couldn't be faster - or easier. The mini toner cartridges are small enough to fit in your hand, making them easier to handle than bulky cartridges. Open the cover, pop out the old toner, pop in the new...

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63 of 66 people found the following review helpful By jostelle on 25 May 2010
Ok, so we got this printer to save money. Yes, it is an all-singing-all-dancing printer and is compact. Brilliant. Infact, I think in my naivety of only having it one month I wrote a 5 star review!. How mistaken I was.
First off all, I can't fault what it actually does. I love the fact it's wireless and I can scan/photocopy as well as print etc etc..I use it in my home office so it is used everyday, but not excessively.
So, what's the problem? Well, you quickly realise that the ink cartridges don't last as long as they are supposed to and when you have 4 ink cartridges to replace, it's costs me about £140 every 7 weeks to replace. This I could live with but now, after 6 months of useage, my lovely printer has displayed a message 'replace imaging unit'. I didn't understand this so when I googled what it meant I was shocked to find that an imaging unit for this printer is £133! And replacing it is no easy task people. BUT THEN!..within a day or two you have to replace the 'belt'...there goes another £100 odd. AND..it turns out there are other 'consumables' that will need to be purchased as replacements. It all adds up...

It would be easier and CHEAPER to buy a brand new printer. I'm told by Samsung that the imaging units needs replacing after 20,000 prints or 6 months - whichever is sooner. Great. Thanks for that. Nice to know these things before you buy.

Ridiculously expensive! Just be warned of the continous costs that come with this printer. I'm now looking for a new printer that is much more cost effective. LOOK FOR SOMETHING ELSE!
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15 of 16 people found the following review helpful By DJP on 3 Sep 2009
I have bought this machine to use in my house as I print and copy a lot for my work and university. I had read the reviews previously so I was a little bit afraid that I might have difficulties with connecting it to the network. However, I bought it because I have Samsung lightscribe cd burner, which is the first of three lightscribe burners that I bought, which actually works without any problem. Therefore, I trusted Samsung. On top of it the Samsung telly we bought provides a spectacular quality picture, so I thought I will give it a go and buy this Samsung All I One.
And I was not mistaken. The machine runs smoothly, provides all services of copying, printing, scanning and sending/receiving faxes. Without any problem.
As already mentioned by few people already, the best and easiest way to connect it to the network is to use the network cable provided with the machine, choose an entry in your network router ( In my netgear I have four and I picked the third slot), restart the Samsung All In One and give it a minute. Then print the report of your network configuration (In Samsung Menu choose network, enter, and find print). The report will show you what is your Samsung's IP address. Knowing the number, type it into your pc (go to start, run, and then type: [...] - this is my example, the number 3 at the end shows you where physically the network cable is at the moment in your router)
The automatic window will show up; go to network - wireless - wizard - and follow the instruction. As soon as you finish you can disconnect the cable from your Samsung, and there you go, everything is done.
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26 of 29 people found the following review helpful By jrhartley on 21 May 2009
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I spent about two hours trying to get this working when I first received it from amazon.co.uk. Matters were complicated by the CD-ROM media which didn't read properly on my mac, meaning I had to download the three installation files from Samsung). In the end, I called up the Samsung helpdesk and they were very helpful. In case its helpful to others, here's a resume of what they said:

- The best way to get it working it would seem is not to try to plug it in to your computer directly via the Ethernet cable, but rather to connect it to the router in DHCP mode, then print off a network info to get the IP address of the printer. You can then access the printer via that IP address, turn the IP from DHCP to static (so you don't have to keep assigning it every time you restart the router / computer, etc), and set up the wireless settings. Then you can remove the RJ45 ethernet lead and print wirelessly.

- Once you're up and running wirelessly printing you might find th
at you cannot wirelessly scan to your mac. You need to go to your HD/Library/Application Support/Samsung/Scan Manager/ and run Scan to Pc, set the scan button, and also run "Scan to Mac". I'm not sure why these applications aren't put in the Applications folder when you install the software, rather than lurking, potentially undiscovered, in the Application Support folder.

Once you've done that, you can then scan remotely as well - either by "pulling" the scan from your mac, or by "pushing" it from the printer - pressing the button on the wireless printer scanner and then specifying the computer its to go to and the location. Its quite impressive for a unit of this price.
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