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Old 05-30-2011, 03:53 PM
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Samsung CLX-6200FX

Rating: 4 out of 5
  • Currently 4.0/5.0

Copying machines, not the funnest thing to operate at home or at work. These things can be a huge headache, right? Not all copy machines have to be. It depends what you know in general about copiers, and if you used them before. Copiers of the past were a worse nightmare. They're huge, have too many buttons, and really weren't user-friendly.

Well you can fret less, the Samsung CLX-6200FX, has user-friendly, allover it. This copier is all-in-one. It weighs at 75.2 pounds. Includes, color printing, and laser technology. Faxing speed is 3 seconds per page. Ports are USB. Network ports, Ethernet/10. Windows compatibility, 2000/XP/Server 2003/Vista. Costing $805.99.

There aren't many cons with this copier, it's been known to be a bit noisy, warming-up time takes a little bit, according to some, customer support is poor. One thing to add is this unit is heavy. Relocating the copier would be no easy task. The color of the unit is white and black. The brand Samsung is a really good brand. (Samsung is known for its flat screens). Samsung has well-built products. The quality of Samsung is far superior to most.

I recommend this product to everyone. Here's some buyer's advice about copier machines. Call stores around town. Find out which model best suits you, (take my pick in consideration, keep in mind I pick the most expensive products). (I was always told you pay for what you get - that is true, but not for everything you buy though).

Go around and compare prices both on and offline. Take name brands into account. Research reviews, (this IS an important step). Talk to friends and family who have copiers. Some stores you can test products, (go and ask a clerk or professional).

Review by professional reviewer, Oct. 2, 2010
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