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Samsung SL-M3370FD/SEE 4-In-1 Mono Multi Function Laser Printer with Network

by Samsung

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  • Improve productivity with versatile features from multifunction to security
  • Create professional documents more quickly
  • Reduce operating expenses with economical features and solutions
  • Streamline printing with ease-of-use design
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight15 Kg
Product Dimensions53.8 x 53.8 x 62.5 cm
Item model numberSL-M3370FD
SeriesSL M 3370 FD
Screen Size2
RAM Size256 MB
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage700 watts
Additional Information
Best Sellers Rank 71,042 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight18 Kg
Date First Available7 Jun. 2013

Product Description

Product Description

Most businesses and small and home office (SOHO) companies increasingly require high productivity and lower operating costs from their printers. These businesses need printers that also are easy to use and versatile for printing a range of documents and presentations.

Box Contains

1 x Printer
3,000 page toner
1 x Driver & Network Install CD‐ROM
1 x Power Cable
1 x Quick Install Guide
1 x Warranty Registration Card
1 x User Manual (HTML File)
1 x Network Manual (HTML File)

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Amazon.com: 20 reviews
5 of 5 people found the following review helpful
Very satisfied with this printer after first few months of use 25 Nov. 2013
By J. Cohen - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
No problems with this printer so far. I decided to replace my inkjet, as I do primarily B&W printing anyway, and the color ink cartridges dry out, then they have to be replaced..., that printer was costing me a lot of money, so I am trying a laser printer, thinking in the long run this should be cheaper. This printerhas features my old ink jet does not, which I really like, such as 2 sided printing, the print speed, etc. But no color, of course, and most will want that in a printer that is for home use - this is more of an office printer than a home one obviously, but this is actually what I need at home. I think the price is great, especially as it comes with a full toner, which I expect to last quite some time. Well, maybe I do not have anything really detailed and insightful to say about this printer, but, I see there are some bad reviews out there, so I want to put my satisfaction with this product on record. This printer has been fully functional for me and I am not sorry I purchased it.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Almost Awesome - Easy Mac setup - Couple drawbacks 16 Jan. 2014
By Artoo - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
I've used a number of laser printers over the years, and this one is one of the best for a couple reasons.

--- It's Quiet ---

Compared to other laser printers, this one is so extremely quiet. It's amazing. One of our older laser printers sounded like an airplane was about to take off when it prepped to print.

It's almost unbelievable how quiet this one is.

The fan doesn't have to run forever after each print either. It prints, and it's done.

--- It's Fast ---

You could almost say super fast. The pages come out really fast without the fan having to turn on or the printer warming up for an eternity like we've seen with other other/previous laser printers.

--- Install was easy on a Mac ---

Plug it in, and the drivers download.


--- It's Big ---

The paper tray is small, but the housing for the print cartridge is huge. That's why this printer is so tall.

This guy isn't going to fit well under a shelf, it needs a lot of space.

Also, the scanner portion is really large as well.

The whole thing is just big and bulky.

Being so big, you'd think that the paper tray could hold more paper, but it's just the same size as other smaller laser printers. They could have also set the paper tray to hold letter paper rather than an envelope. You have to adjust the tray sides and the back to get it to fit standard letter paper.

--- Poor Image Quality ---

So good in other aspects, why do images print so poorly? It's like it's got poor dpi or gray scale handling. Unfortunate because it's otherwise a great printer.

Text printing is okay but not great. Notice that when you print large text, the text is not completely black, you can see small dots. It's not on Eco mode, so it's weird that it prints that way.

It also jammed when it got down to one sheet in the tray. Not a big deal, but still.

The drawbacks distract from an otherwise good printer.
2 of 2 people found the following review helpful
Very good MFC for the price 1 Nov. 2013
By Amit Srivastava - Published on Amazon.com
Verified Purchase
Really fast printer with large paper capacity and excellent monochrome quality. Does not take a long time for warmup. I have it connected via LAN and it supports both cloud print and iOS printing . With Google cloud can send print from pretty much anywhere. The other reviews does not do justice to the product. For the price I got at amazon it was almost the same as the replacement cost of the toner. Excellent value for the money.

I researched this product (new models from Samsung released around Apr-Jun 2013) and compared with several other comparable products and you cant get anything close in features and quality vs the price at Amazon (got mine at $121).

Giving it 4 stars for lack of WiFi.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Excellent Multifunction Printer Not Crazy About Software-- Not Wireless 31 Dec. 2013
By Sires - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
About a year ago I got an Epson WorkForce WF-7520 Wireless All-in-One Wide-Format Color Inkjet Printer, Scanner, Copier, Fax (C11CB58201) that has been quite the best fax machine and inkjet printer I have ever owned. Now it's time for a new laser printer and I jumped at the chance to try out this Samsung.

It's not wireless which is rather disappointing, but I was able to connect it to my wireless router via TRENDnet Powerline 200 AV Nano Adapter Kit, TPL-308E2K. One unit plugs into the router and into an electric socket. The other unit I plugged into my printer and into a wall socket (one issue is you have to plug directly into the socket to get a good connection so no surge protectors). However, once the printer was connected to my office network I could see it from every computer on the network and install the software on all of the computers.

First, the printer. It weighs a ton. Luckily it came very well packed-- not even the UPS guy dropping it so hard it made the floor shake caused any problems. It was also easily assembled and the software installed without problems. The printing is crisp and clean looking. Although just black and white, that was exactly what I wanted. I was very happy with speed and print quality.

The only thing that I thought was less than great was the multifunction software. I was pleased to see that this software would allow the printer to be a central FAX. I'm totally spoiled by the ability to FAX from any desktop in the office. Saves on paper and time. Except I spent hours trying to get the FAX function to work. I've been spoiled by the Epson software. The Samsung software lacks some of the features I find very useful on the Epson so I've keep the Epson as the central FAX even though it eats up expensive ink jet toner when printing out FAX acknowledgement pages. Also the Epson will save incoming FAXs to my hard drive so I can print out only what I want. Although I have had the Samsung for a month I haven't got this function to work on it.

So, I give it a good solid B overall.

Printer-- A without a doubt.
Copier-- A
Scanner-- B
FAX & software-- C

I'll update if I finally manage to get the software totally figured out or there is an update.
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
Compared to Brother MFC7460DN and MFC7860DW 17 Dec. 2013
By C. MacPhail - Published on Amazon.com
Vine Customer Review of Free Product ( What's this? )
This is a high output (50,000 pages per month) multifunction laser printer that requires a hard-wire connection (Ethernet or USB).

Wireless versions of this machine are: SL-M3870FW (includes a 2-sided document feeder) or the smaller SL-M2875FW. The smaller wired model is SL-M2875FD and there is an even smaller Samsung SCX-3405FW.

Your biggest cost is toner and drum supplies. Good news, bad news. Samsung's MLT-D203 toner kits (which include an integrated drum) are right now about 12% less expensive per page than Brother supplies. But that could change. And it's 2.2 times Brother's cost per page if you're into refilling cartridges with 3rd party toner. No 3rd party toner is available for Samsung models. This could cost you an extra $160 to $1200+ over the life of the printer (see below).

I'm a long time user and fan of Brother MFC7460DN (wired) and MFC7860DW (wireless) laser printers, but there's also a lot I like about this Samsung line.


* Supply costs under 2 cents per page (but 2.2x the cost of Brother printing with 3rd party toner refills).
- Fast: 35 pages per minute
- Feature rich. Seems well thought out and well engineered. No problems yet.
- Fan noise stops immediately after printing (see Note 1)
- Printing from mobile devices is better supported (see Note 2)
- Eco Button and status light on main panel. Handy, but a hassle at first (see Note 4)


- No paper manual (Quick start guides only). Downloaded .PDF manual (384-pages) is complete but sometimes unclear (see Tip).
- Comes with 3000-page "Standard toner cartridge" (MLT-D203S)
- Hardware power switch (Brother also has this) - when you want to eliminate the 1.0 Watts of standby power (see Note 3)


* No 3rd party supplies. 3rd party supplies for Brother would cost $160 to $1200 less over a 5 year period (see below).
- Hassles with the user manual and complex features (see Tip and Note 4).

- - - Supply Costs: They Add Up - - -

Per . . . . . . 5 years @ . . 5 years @ . . 5 Years @
Page . . . . . 3,000/yr . . . 6,000/yr . . . 24,000/yr
-------- . . ----------- . ---------- . . ---------
1.94 cents . . . $291 . . . . . $582 . . . . $2328 - Samsung supplies (MLT-D203L @$97)
2.21 cents . . . $332 . . . . . $664 . . . . $2656 - Brother supplies (TN-450, DR-420)
0.88 cents . . . $132 . . . . . $264 . . . . $1056 - Brother drum, 3rd party toner

Supplies for Samsung's smaller SL-M2875FD and SL-M2875FW (use MLT-D116L and MLT-R116):

2.73 cents . . . $410 . . . . . $820 . . . . $3280

See Note SB1 for calculations. All supply costs are at average amazon prices October - December 2013, sales tax not included. Future prices could be very different.

- - - Pricing - - -

The amazon price jumps around between 170 and 300 (rare dips to $120). There's an "Online Price Alert" that will email you whenever this or any amazon product dips below your target price. Google it. Or try camelcamelcamel, which also shows price history.

- - - Tip - - -

Download the complete .PDF manual from the Samsung site and read it in Adobe reader. The HTML manual included on the CD doesn't work well with Chrome browsers and even in IE found it awkward.

- - - Notes - - -

Note 1: Brother's annoying fan noise drones on for 10 minutes after each print job...Samsung turns the fan off right away. Nice!

Note 2: Mobile device support. Apple's AirPrint is supported, and it's effortless. The Samsung just shows up on your printer list in any iPhone or iPad app (assuming your network has wireless access). Brother MFC-7460DN and MFC7860DW do not support AirPrint. Brother's iPrint&Scan app works, but does not integrate with all your iPhone apps. It does not put the printer on each app's print menu. (By the way, ANY printer can be accessed from your iOS devices via AirPrint if you install the almost-free handyPrint program on your Mac. However, it only works while your Mac is powered on.)

Note 3: Power drain on standby. It's 24x7. It adds up.

Note 4: Eco Mode is a hassle at first. Here is an example of how feature rich this machine is. But also how it's frustrating at times. Eco mode turns on Toner Save, Skip Blank Pages, Double Sided Printing, and 2 Pages-to-1 Printing. That last one is a deal killer. Most people want the first three, but they don't want most photocopy and print jobs shrunk 2-to-1. Fixing this takes at least 20 minutes of wrestle-time with the manual. 1) Access the machine's SynchThru Web Service with your browser. 2.) Look for the Settings Tab, which does not exist. 3.) Somehow discover that you need to be logged in using a password that's on page 268 of the advanced manual, before the Settings Tab will appear. 4.) Guess whether the last 5 digits of the password are zeros or letter "O". 5) Hit Settings, Machine Settings, System, Eco Settings, Custom Settings, Edit.

- - - Super Boring Notes - - -

Note SB1:

Samsung supplies - MLT-D203L is $97/5000 pages = 1.94 cents per page. Drum is included. (The smaller MLT-D203S is about $67/3000 pages = 2.23 cents per page).

Brother supplies - TN-450 is $43/2600 pages = 1.65 cents per page. DR-420 (drum) is $67/12,000 = 0.56 cents per page.

Brother drum, 3rd party toner - SOL REFILL KIT 2-Pack for Brother TN-450 $8.25/5200 pages = 0.16 cents per page. DR-420 $67/12,000 = .56 cents per page. One time purchase of genuine Brother TN-450 (starter cartridge lacks flag gear) ($43.00 - $4.12)/24000 = $0.16

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