Samsung Launches Smallest Laser Printers

Samsung launches CLP-300 and network ready CLP-300N, which are the smallest desktop color laser printers, weighing only 30 pounds and featuring a compact footprint of 15.4" w x 13.5" d x 10.4" h.

The CLP-300 printers are suited for a wide variety of customers including home users, small businesses and even students who may currently use an ink jet printer for their everyday printing. With the CLP-300, customers can print their projects quickly and affordably.

Both these new printer models are not only compact in size, but also feature easy to install toner bottles, instead of larger unwieldy cartridges, allowing for a footprint small enough to fit on most any desk. These stylishly designed two-tone printers deliver beautiful color prints along with quieter operation with the same exclusive NO NOIS print engine you'll find in Samsung's high end color laser printers. Additionally, getting the printer up and printing is simple, with as few as four clicks of the mouse.

The CLP-300 printers offer print speeds of up to 17-ppm in black and white, and 4-ppm in color. Sharp documents result from the 600 x 600 dpi optical resolution which can be enhanced up to 2400 x 600 dpi. The unit also boasts a competitive 24,200 pages per month duty cycle.

"The CLP-300 series not only provide customers with high-quality output, quickly and affordably, but can deliver these results without sacrificing desktop space," said Tony Venice, senior solutions product manager, Samsung Electronics Information Technology Division. "Additionally, there has become a frustration factor for the typical ink jet customer who is now finding that replacing multiple ink cartridges can be cumbersome and expensive. These new models from Samsung provide a compelling color printing solution that saves the average customer money, time and frustration."

The CLP-300 and CLP-300N are currently available for estimated street prices of $299 and $349, respectively.


Published Date: Oct 11, 2006 04:00 pm | Updated Date: Oct 11, 2006 04:00 pm