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Samsung ML-2010 Mono Laser

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Works With Distributions
  • Debian
  • Fedora
  • Mandriva
  • openSUSE
  • SUSE Enterprise Linux
  • Ubuntu
Specifications
Dimensions 14.1" x 11.8" x 8.5" Weight 12.1 lbs. Printing Output Type Monochrome Laser Technology Laser Black Print Speed Up to 22 ppm Black Print Quality 1200 x 600 dpi Time To First Page (seconds) Less than 10 seconds (from Ready) Print Languages, std. SPL (Samsung Printer Language, host-based printing) Duplex printing Manual Max. Duty Cycle Up to 5000 pages monthly Media Handling Input Capacity, std. 150-sheet multipurpose tray, 1-sheet manual tray Output Capacity, std. 100 sheets (face down) Media Type Plain paper, envelopes, transparencies, labels, cardstock Media sizes supported Letter, A4, Legal, Folio, Executive, B5, A5, A6, Envelopes 6-3/4, 7-3/4, #9, #10, DL, C5, C6, B5, Monarch; 3 x 5 to 8.5 x 14 in. Borderless Photo Sizes 8.5" x 14" Ports USB Ports Yes Hardware SPEC Noise Level (Approx.) Less than 53 dB (printing), less than 35 dB (standby) Microprocessor Type Samsung Processor(MHz) 150 Memory, std. 8 MB Cartridges Compatible ML-2010D3
Book Description
I have found this printer to work exceptionally well with multiple distributions. To date I have used it with: Ubuntu, Debian, Opensuse, Mandriva, PCLinuxOS, Linux Mint, Fedora and CentOS all without problems.
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