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This review is from: Brother HL-2130 Mono Laser Printer (Accessory)
I downloaded the latest Mac drivers from Brother web site. loaded the drivers then connected the printer. Mac identified printer and used the driver I put on earlier. loaded to mac running lion with no problem. better than the Samsung laser that give me nothing but problems with no help from samsung. Its small (compaired to Samsung) for a laser. The printer taking up only about 18" of desk space. You lose about 4" due to the power and printer leads sticking out of the back. I had this up and running in about 10 mins. good crisp printing. I liked the test button that printed out a test sheet before connecting to PC. at least I knew the printer was ok before connecting to PC. Removing the tonor cartridge is also a lot easier than the samsung. I would recommend this printer for running on a mac. Its cheap (just under £40), simple to work and connect, and does the job i want it for (home use, casual printing). No USB printer lead included in the box though.
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Initial post: 28 Oct 2012 08:49:20 GMT
P. Winarso says:
I have an iMac , your comment is very useful for owners of Apple computers. I bought a Canon b/w laser printer several years ago for a PC running vista which was ok. Had a problem with PC running window 7 and iMac . Contacted Canon and was told no driver software for Mac. Thank you.
In reply to an earlier post on 25 Apr 2013 19:17:43 BDT
I have same problem. First time of owning a Mac, to find out there's no software or help from Canon for my existing laser printer. Was desperately looking for a Mac friendly printer, so your review was perfect! Cheers.
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