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Samsung SCX-3405W Wireless Multifunction Mono Laser Printer (Print/Scan/Copy)

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  • Unleash your workforce with 3-in-1 functionality - the Samsung SCX-3405 printer streamlines workflow and ensures that the office print operation works as efficiently as possible
  • Give your print-outs standout detail - high resolution printing ensures that important printouts are sharp and impressive
  • Make better mobile connections with Wi-Fi Direct - devices with Wi-Fi Direct functionality can all connect to each other directly and communicate quickly
  • Simple and efficient printer management made easy - integrated software allows you to quickly set up your device and monitor status using only simple-to-use software
  • Achieve more with Samsung Fast Print - enhanced printer performance will streamline workflows and let employees and businesses reach their full potential
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Samsung SCX-3405W Wireless Multifunction Mono Laser Printer (Print/Scan/Copy) + Samsung Toner MLT-D101S + 2m Samsung Printer USB 2.0 Computer PC Cable Lead for ALL Samsung Printers Including CLP CLX MJ MSYS SCX SF
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Technical Details
Item Weight7 Kg
Product Dimensions38.9 x 27.4 x 24.9 cm
Item model numberSCX-3405W/SEE
SeriesSCX 3405 W
Wattage310 watts
Power SourceAC
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 21,117 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight8 Kg
Date First Available11 Jan 2012
Warranty & Support
Warranty, Parts: Replacement parts covered under manufacturer's warranty terms for 12 months from date of purchase

Warranty, Labor: Labour cost covered under manufacturer's warranty terms for 12 months from date of purchase

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52 of 52 people found the following review helpful By scruffeh on 8 Jan 2013
I wanted a printer that would print a moderate number of mono documents for university. I did a lot of research before buying and this seemed like the best option at the time as it was reasonably cheap to buy and has wireless, scanning and photocopying capabilities. After using it for the last 6+ months I can say that it has a lot of very good points. It prints quickly and the text quality is excellent. The printer is nice and compact and fits well into my existing workspace. The build quality is generally good and compares very favourably to a lot of the printers that I looked at (i.e the lid doesn't feel like it may snap off in your hand). The included starter toner has a capacity of 700 pages which is reasonable, but the £45 cost of the replacement one (1500 pages) should be a factor in deciding whether this printer is suitable for you. I think it works out about 3p a page at current toner prices, which I think is fine for a decent quality mono print.

Unfortunately there are a few minor niggles which mean that I cannot give this 5 stars. The paper tray is a little on the small side and is a little temperamental when feeding the paper. The design of the tray means that the paper can quite easily be pushed in too far, or not far enough, which results in the paper refusing to feed through. Fortunately this only requires a minor adjustment and opening/closing the lid slightly to reset. Nevertheless, the paper has never jammed within the printer for me. The wireless setup was a bit of a pain for me due to the print software being broken and my router not having WPS. Make sure you get the 77MB file from the UK Samsung website and not the 38MB file that appears at the top of a Google search. The 38MB file mysteriously omits the wireless wizard that you need to enable the wireless without WPS.

On balance, the pros definitely outweigh the cons and considering the lack of alternatives I would not hesitate to recommend this printer.
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34 of 34 people found the following review helpful By rbook22 on 27 Nov 2012
This printer is better than I expected. I've abandoned HP inkjets after silly ink system failures that render everything, including the scanner, non-functional. I am very happy with this Samsung. My package included a UK and Euro lead, and a USB cable for the initial configuration. Instructions are clear, some tonor was included, and software installation was easy. I had no problem setting up wi-fi and scanning by following the instructions, using Windows 7. If you just expect plug and play to deal with this and don't read the simple instructions, you will be unsuccessful. Essentially, connect the USB cable to a computer, startup the CD, connect the printer to your wi-fi, then disconnect the USB lead.

Build quality is better than recent cost-cutting HP models, and footprint is smaller than HP inkjets. I considered Brother and Epson printers, but for a home environment this Samsung seems like a good choice. It has good eco options and prints quickly. It would be nice if manufacturers had some option between these super-budget printers and business models, as I'd pay a bit extra for a longer warranty, etc if it was supported by build quality that allows the printer to last 5-10 years. As it is, you are almost better off replacing the printer when the starter toner runs out.

Note that with most of these printers, the photos don't show the real configuration--with this unit the paper tray opens and sticks out of the bottom front, and a further thing sticks out of the opening you can see to catch printed output.
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21 of 21 people found the following review helpful By L. F. Stone on 23 May 2013
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The Samsung SCX-3405W is aimed at a particular kind of home user - someone who needs a compact, multifunction printer which will link wirelessly to the rest of the household, and who uses a printer at intervals too infrequently to prevent inkjet heads from drying out (that doesn't matter with a laser, because the toner is dry to begin with).

The installation is pretty straightforward, providing you follow the instructions properly. You will need the enclosed USB lead to link to your main computer whilst the wireless networking is set up, but once this is done then you can remove it entirely. Whilst you will need to install all the CD software onto your main computer, all you need to do for your others which will share the printer is to download and install the Samsung Universal Print Driver.

The printer is compatible with Google Cloud Print, which means that you can send files for your printer to print from anywhere connected to the internet. There are also specialist apps for IOS and Android, which will allow you to do the same thing from your tablet or phone. The Samsung Chromebook, which I also own, just uses Google Cloud Print. However, there is no way from the Samsung documentation to work out how set up Google Cloud Print, and I had to go to Samsung Customer Services (very helpful) to find out what to do. It is a fiddly process, which I won't go into here, though if anyone needs advice I'll be glad to help.

Whilst the printer was setting itself up, it was astonishingly noisy, but once that was done it seems no noisier in operation than any other laser printer. Quality of printing is excellent. Photocopying is quick and accurate. The Easy Print Manager utility which sits in the bottom right hand of the Windows bar provides access to the printer's functions, the manual and other information (including access to the IP address, where you can configure a number of options, including the Cloud Print mentioned above).
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