Samsung ML-1750 Laser Printer

Posted: May 12 2003, 9:49am EST | by , Updated: Aug 10 2010, 9:40am CDT, in Shopping | Shopping Tips


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Samsung ML-1750 Laser Printer
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Color inkjet is all fine and dandy, but when you need to print off web purchase receipts, lost-kitten flyers, resumes, and invoices, only a laser printer will get the job done right, quickly, and professionally. There are thousands of brands and models out there, but thankfully Samsung introduced a low-cost, small footprint, and zippy machine designed for today’s SOHO workplaces... Here’s a snip:

“Without a doubt, this laser printer is dedicated to a home-office or small-business role. The main selling points; 17ppm printing speed, 8MB of printer memory, USB 2.0 and Parallel connectivity, 250-sheet cassette, 166-MHz RISC processor, 1200dpi class resolution, and full PCL6 compliance. Best of all, in-box, the ML-1750 icon is compatible with 17 flavors of operating systems ranging from Mac OS to Unix, PC to Linux. Introduced at the recent CeBIT 2003 show, Samsung was proud the tote the ML-1750 as the smallest 17ppm printer in the world!”
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