July 1

Samsung Colour Laser Multifunction Printer Was $250 now $140 @ Memory Express

Posted by on July 1, 2012 at 9:00 AM

Samsung Colour Laser Multifunction Printer Was $250 now $140 @ Memory Express

If you’ve been looking for a new laser printer, there’s a good deal at Memory Express online store which you might like to consider. They’ve got a good price on the Samsung CLX-3185 Color Laser Multifunction Printer, Copier & Scanner – it’s down from $249.99 to only $139.99!!

That’s a really good price for a known brand colour laser printer. To Price compare, this device is $220 at Amazon, $190 at NCIX, $180 at CanadaComputers, $215 at DirectCanada – so you can see it’s a superb price from Memory Express.

As for shipping, I did a test order and shipping was only $4.99 – really reasonable!

No matter which laser printer you purchase, you can probably be resolved to the fact that replacement toner is going to be quite pricey. The Samsung printer ships with a starter cartridge which will do about 1000 pages, but regular cartridges will likely yield more. If you want to be prepared, you could do your research on that before you buy.

As I am self-employed, I’ve got to make a few business purchases this year, and a colour laser printer is one of the few things that I have been thinking about buying for my home office. I’ve already got a mono laser printer which I use from time to time, but a colour one would be handy too!

(Expires 4th July 2012)

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1 Comment to “Samsung Colour Laser Multifunction Printer Was $250 now $140 @ Memory Express”

  1. Joanne says:

    I have this printer. It’s good. I have the network version so I have it hooked up to my router and can print from my laptop. The replacement toner is pricey but I purchased mine in Oregon (tsk tsk) so saved the tax. Had a few issues with getting the networking to work the first time but I do computer stuff for a living so managed to figure it out. Just be aware of all of the devices you have on your network and make sure none of them have the same IP address – that was my issue. So I changed the IP of the printer and it started working. The port number label will still show the old IP address but as long as the new IP shows in the printer config settings you’ll be fine.

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