Samsung ProXpress C3060FR Printer Review
We were actually impressed with the Samsung ProXpress C3060 FR, but its price dropped slightly - it was much higher at £ 700. Amazon has reduced the RRP of the multi-functional printer to £ 533 when we have £ 170 cheaper than its review. As it is not enough, they have stopped another £ 98. At its new price of £ 439, the ProXpress C3060FR deal.
|Samsung ProXpress C3060FR Printer Review|
Samsung's ProXpress C3060Fr is a color multifunction peripheral that can print, scan, copy and fax double-sided documents. Although it looks compact enough for home, it is mainly targeted for small offices. Business-friendly features include Gigabit Ethernet port for faster data transfers and USB host functions, but oddly, there is no dedicated port for it - you need to rear back to plug in a USB stick.
It's a quick printer - Samsung claims that it can reach up to 30 black or color pages every minute - but there are other differences in its specification. The main standard of these is to fit the 250-sheet paper tray standard. At least you can upgrade with two 550 sheet paper cassettes, which provides you with a maximum of 1,400 sheet capacity in conjunction with the standard 50-sheet multi-purpose feed. The touch-sensitive control panel is smart and easy to use, but for surprisingly modern Samsung printers, there is no standard Wi-Fi or NFC interface.
Laser class device (strictly uses LED lights for C 3060 FR imaging) is often noisy, but it is easy to stay with this printer. At least clinking or scrapping is done by paper transport, while its fans are closed immediately after the print job.
Things are going very fast again. I first pulled the page out of standby at 11 seconds, or 15 seconds after it was inactive for one hour. I could not get very close to Samsung's specified speed in my tests, however, the printer again calibrated the mid-job itself. This is usually only a few we see on new printers and I hope it is expected to be less frequent with further usage, but the best speed at the time of printing mono text was 19.7ppm, And an impressive 18.5ppm exam on our complex color graphics.
Somewhere else, there was no doubt by the dual processor and its fast Ethernet connection, C3060 FR blistering was early. I gave the time of a single black A4 copy in nine seconds, while a colorful copy took 13 seconds. Using a 50-page automatic document feeder, a 10-page copy took about 35 seconds to black or color. On a preview of the A4 page or scans of 150 or 300 dots per inch (DPI), the scan used to take only eight seconds, while 6x4 scanning, "postcards took only 15 seconds to 600 dpi or 15 seconds to 1,200 dpi.
I was impressed with the quality of the results of this MFP. The scans were pin-sharp with precise colors, and all of our roots were preserved in detail in the darkest colors. The text was right, and graphics were wide and free from artifacts, although some tests printed with a slightly warm color bias. I was not very impressed with the brown bias in the color photocopy, but otherwise, they and mono copies were good.
Samsung replaced the C3060 FR ship with 830 and 5,000 pages respectively with a 430-page black toner and 2,500-page color toner. At the best prices, we can find the ongoing costs work at 5.7 p per page, 0.9 for the black part and 4.8 for the color breaks. It's extremely competitive for laser-class devices, but I do not believe it offset the fast price of the C3060 FR, especially when you believe it's not particularly highly specific.