What would your business look like with a small quiet laser printer that could be used anywhere? SAMSUNG's ML-2855ND can be placed where it is convenient for you, on your desk or at the corner of your office, and its stylish design won’t need to be hidden. The world’s smallest laser printer with built-in duplex is only 391 x 369 x 217 mm (15.39" x 14.52" x 8.54"). Visualize all the places this compact laser could fit into your business. And imagine how the trendy stylish design will update your environment.
ML-2855ND has been built not only to be one of the most dependable and reliable printers currently available, it also prides itself on having one of the best output potentials in its field. At 50,000 pages per month, the ML-2855ND manages more printing capability than some of its competitors.
With the optional second paper tray, input is more than doubled. And with a remarkable 400 MHz processor combined with 64 MB memory – expandable to 192 MB - it’s simply fast, easy to use compact printer on the market.
The ML-2855ND achieves exceptional printing results while reducing total operating costs and realizing a low cost per page. Maximize efficiency for your business with Samsung ML-2855ND.
To save time in having to re-insert a printed page back into your printer, Samsung have secured the convenience of duplex printing. You can now print on both sides of the page in one simple step. Forget waiting around for your printer to do its work – you can now get on with yours.
We’ve discarded the need for bulky manuals and elaborate brochures on how to operate your printer. The ML-2855ND is innately easy to operate, and can be controlled by the touch of convenient compass navigation. You'll spend more time with your clients and less time with your appliances.
By being ENERGY STAR compliant you are assured that your SAMSUNG model is helping the environment by using less energy while saving you money. ENERGY STAR is a joint program of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the U.S. Department of Energy promoting energy efficiency.
Maximum speed at which a printer outputs black text. Print speed is measured in pages per minute (ppm).
Number of dots per inch (dpi) a printer generates. The higher the dot count, the sharper the image.
Time it takes a black & white laser printer to scan and output the first page of a b & w printing job.
Language an operating system uses to transmit page data to a printer, so that it is decipherable.
Function that allows a user to print on both sides of a sheet of paper.
Number of dots per inch (dpi) a copier generates. The higher the dot count, the sharper the image.
The logic circuitry which responds to and delivers the basic instructions that drive a laser printer.
Connection that a printer uses to exchange data with a computer. Universal Serial Bus 2.0 is high-speed.
Operating systems that support a specific laser printer. Windows and Linux are standard OS for PCs.
Width, height and depth of printer, as measured in inches (in.).
The weight of the product, as measured in pounds (lbs.).
Characteristic that defines a printer based upon the amount and nature of ink it requires.
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