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Samsung ML 2010 Printer

Samsung Printer ML-2010 is a small, Square Shape, attractive, and affordable monochrome laser printer which is suitable for a home office, or a dorm room. Like any low-cost laser printer, the ML-2010 has its limitations, such as a small 150-sheet-capacity main paper tray and only 8MB of memory, which is not expandable. That should be good enough if you do only occasional black and white document printing at your home or small office.
In fact, the ML2010’s clean, compact design and decent output make it desirable for anyone with limited office space, especially students.

The Samsung ML 2010 has a bright white plastic front and soft gray sides and back. It takes up a small 9 X 14 X 18 inches (HWD) with paper installed and the front cover open. The ML-2010 is so petite that the input paper tray, protrudes from the front cover.
Samsung provides a heavy-duty clear plastic cover to shield the paper from spills and help keep dust out of the printer’s interior.

The ML-2010 holds 150 sheets of paper in its input tray, and the output bin on top holds 50 sheets, which is good enough for a regular office use. The panel consists of a dime-size chrome button and two tiny LEDs. The button allows you to switch between automatic feed for plain paper and manual mode for hand-feeding envelopes into the one-page auxiliary slot. You can also choose toner-save mode for draft copies. The LEDs tell you when the printer is ready to print, when it’s busy processing a job, or if printing is stalled because of a jam or an empty paper tray.

Samsung toner cartridges are very reliable and stable cartridges.
The ML-2010’s combination toner cartridge and print drum sits deep inside the printer behind the front cover. It has a long handle, so it’s easy to manage. The ML-2010 is simple to set up and install. All you need is a USB cable; the setup poster comes with the printer, and the drivers are self-loading.

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