Everyone should have had an opportunity to use a laser printer up to this point in your computing career. Whether it be at your office's shared laser printing monstrosity, or at your school's lab. Overall, the quality of a laser printer is just outstanding when compared to conventional inkjet units that can be picked up for under $100 at your local office supply shop.
If the price of a laser unit is what is holding you back, then we have something that would squash that doubt. We have the Samsung ML1750 up for review today, and not only is it small enough for a home office or a dorm room, it also prints out beautiful prints as well for under $250 USD.
Here are some specs:
The unit only measures in at 13.9 x 14.6 x 7.7 (WxDxH) inches. It should fit on any decent sized desk without a problem with some room to spare.
The package comes with a toner cartridge, power cable, CD-ROM with software and a very simple to follow manual in multiple languages.
In the previous laser printer model we reviewed from Samsung, the paper loading was top mounted, which we didn't exactly liked. With the ML1750, the design has been changed and we now have full usage of a paper tray that holds 250 sheets. There is a small indicator on the right side of the tray that slowly drops as your paper level decreases.