Samsung CLP-320N Colour Laser Printer : NOT A DEFAULT PRINTER

If this is the only printer in your setup, printing will be very expensive. It produces first class colour up to a4 but it should be used in tandem with an inexpensive monochrome laser. Brother do some very reasonably priced models. In addition the software will warn that a cartidge needs replacing, well before it is actually required. Keep an eye on output but just keep on printing.

This is a very reasonably priced colour laser printer. Colour reproduction is first class and it is so easy to set up. I am a crafter and get fantastic results using the samsung clp-320n. I am not a techie but find this easy to operate. Would recommend it to anyone.

A bit slow on the start of printing, but good quality prints for the money, the toners are about average priced, and last a fair bit of time. Here are the specifications for the Samsung CLP-320N Colour Laser Printer:

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  • Print Speed: Up to 16ppm and 4ppm mono and colour print speeds. Print Resolution: 600×600 dpi resolution with enhanced 2400x600dpi resolution. Paper Size up to 76×1524 mm ~ 216×3556 mm. Operating System Required: Windows 2000/XP/2003/Vista/
  • 2008, Fedora 2,~9 (32/6b4it). USB 2.0, 10/100 Base TX network connectivity. 256MB Memory. 12 months warranty. WxDxH: 388x313x243mm (except paper tray). Weight: 11kg. 30% Toner Save Mode to cut printing costs. Soft
  • Power Button to reduce power consumption. AnyWeb Software to easily crop and edit web prints. First print out time is 14 secs from Ready Mode (Mono) and 26 secs (Colour). Samsung Printer Language. DLNA Connectivity enables you to print from
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After having sales help and being told it is wireless, turns out it is only network enabled with a cable. . And noooooooooooooooooo mention of either lack of cables mentioned in the description.

I have found over the past few years an increasing number of samsung products appearing in my house. I bought an samsung ml1210 mono laser about 8 years ago and it is still going strong so when my colour xerox 6110 died 3 months outside the 1 year warranty i opted for samsung again and i haven’t been disappointed. Easy to install, it doesn’t swap its ip around as much as the xerox and the toner is cheaper. The only moan is the way it prints photos as they are dark and lifeless, hence the 4 stars. This maybe a setting i need to find as charts come out brilliant.

Reviews from purchasers :

  • OK, but Toner very very expensive
  • NOT A DEFAULT PRINTER
  • Best Printer Ever

If this is the only printer in your setup, printing will be very expensive. It produces first class colour up to a4 but it should be used in tandem with an inexpensive monochrome laser. Brother do some very reasonably priced models. In addition the software will warn that a cartidge needs replacing, well before it is actually required. Keep an eye on output but just keep on printing.

This has to be one of the better lazer printers on the market today and for the price its unbeatable. Only drawback ive found with it so far is the price of the replacement cartridges which arent like the old clp300 it replaced. Other than that its fabulous for home and office.

One comment on “Samsung CLP-320N Colour Laser Printer : NOT A DEFAULT PRINTER

  1. Compact, easy to set up, good quality print. Initial toner cartridges have a reasonable life. I’ve just ordered replacements at around £35 each and because of the experience so far i’m not expecting any problems.
  2. This review is from : Samsung CLP-320N Colour Laser Printer (Network Connectivity)

    Compact, easy to set up, good quality print. Initial toner cartridges have a reasonable life. I’ve just ordered replacements at around £35 each and because of the experience so far i’m not expecting any problems.
  3. This review is from : Samsung CLP-320N Colour Laser Printer (Network Connectivity)

    Ok, but toner very very expensive. So, i bought the clp 320n as a replacement for the clp315, which disappointingly did not last more than 2 years. The clp 315, and clp 320 look almost identical (apart from the colour of the casing), however take different toner cartridges. The toner for the clp 320 is 40% more expensive, so if you can get the clp315, you will definitely save yourself money, without an appreciable change in performance. To buy a full set of toner now for the clp320 costs more than the printer itself – and it does not last long. Also, i found that waiting to change the toner when the cartridge expires (as opposed to changing it when the printer tells you its ‘nearly finished’ extends the life of it by about 25%. ) it really feels like samsung are trying to make as much money out of you as possible. The print quality is ok (certainly superior to ink-jet printers i’ve used, and the wireless connectivity is handy (although it doesn’t support 5ghz networks). Just make sure you’ve got deep, deep pockets to fill the thing up with ink.
  4. This review is from : Samsung CLP-320N Colour Laser Printer (Network Connectivity)

    Ok, but toner very very expensive. So, i bought the clp 320n as a replacement for the clp315, which disappointingly did not last more than 2 years. The clp 315, and clp 320 look almost identical (apart from the colour of the casing), however take different toner cartridges. The toner for the clp 320 is 40% more expensive, so if you can get the clp315, you will definitely save yourself money, without an appreciable change in performance. To buy a full set of toner now for the clp320 costs more than the printer itself – and it does not last long. Also, i found that waiting to change the toner when the cartridge expires (as opposed to changing it when the printer tells you its ‘nearly finished’ extends the life of it by about 25%. ) it really feels like samsung are trying to make as much money out of you as possible. The print quality is ok (certainly superior to ink-jet printers i’ve used, and the wireless connectivity is handy (although it doesn’t support 5ghz networks). Just make sure you’ve got deep, deep pockets to fill the thing up with ink.

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