New Samsung Colour Laser Printer Let Down By Poor End Product
Despite its many advantages, Samsung's CLP-660ND suffers from poor print quality, one review has noted.
While it offers a cost-effective solution to small businesses, when it comes to print quality, the new Samsung CLP-660ND is some way behind its competitors.
That is the view of the Good Gear Guide reviewer, who believes that the newly-released product is let down by a lack of consistency in the printer ink quality department.
The CLP-660ND colour printer boasts USB and Ethernet ports as well as a 250-sheet cassette and a 100-sheet multiple purpose tray, making it ideal for most smaller firms.
In addition, its control panel, through which users can adjust graphics, colour registration and resolution, is also clear and easy to use.
However, the reviewer noted: "Even at the highest quality setting colour graphics are low resolution, causing inconsistent colours that ruin the overall look.
And, when it comes to printer ink cartridges, the website added that the average cost of an A4 print remains high even when using high-yield ink cartridges.
"This cost is slightly lower than cheaper laser printers, but is beaten by some inkjet multifunctions."
Just last month, the Korean company also released its ML-4551ND monochrome laser printer, which PC World noted "offers lightening fast printing without sacrificing quality".