Samsung has announced the availability of two new A4 colour laser printers designed to reduce costs for small businesses without impacting on performance, the company said.
Available via Samsung's reseller channel from this week, the CLP-620ND and CLP-670ND feature print speeds of 20 and 24 pages per minute respectively. They are designed for power efficiency, and have toner saving options for printing internal documents.
Kiran Sanghera, Samsung's business-to-business product marketing manager, said that the new models boast greater colour quality, faster processing and shorter wait times than previous Samsung printers. Both have first page out times of only 20 to 25 seconds from sleep mode, according to the firm.
The new CLP-620ND and CLP-670ND also ship with universal printer drivers that allow users to select draft mode printing for internal documents to save toner, while restoring print quality at the touch of a button when printing for external consumption.
Power management options include a Power Save button that sends the device into sleep mode, immediately halving its power consumption. There is also an E-standby mode that reduces power consumption to just 1W per hour when idle, Sanghera said.
Both printers feature duplex printing as standard and Samsung's Blue Compass Navigation, a user interface designed to make the menu system easy to access, according to the firm.
Standard paper capacity is 250 sheets, the multi-purpose tray holding 100 sheets, and an optional 500 sheet cassette is available.
The £756 CLP-620ND supports PCL5 and PCL6, plus PL-C (Samsung's Printer Language), while the £945 CLP-670ND supports Postscript 3 and PCL6. USB and 10/100 Ethernet connections are standard.
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