Samsung introduces new wireless printers
Take a look around you and let us know that the world is slowly but surely taking the wireless route. See how hands-free kits are getting more popular these days (although Bluetooth headsets haven’t really taken off by saturating the entire market), alongside Wi-Fi hotspots for convenience and even the emergence of wireless USB. Samsung has stepped up to the task of providing the world with three more wireless printers that aim to help save valuable time and space for both the home and the office. The new wireless printers are the CLX-3175FW, ML-1630W and SCX-4500W. All of them will come equipped with integrated 802.11b/g wireless connectivity, and they’ll also feature smart design that won’t take up much space wherever it is placed.
The Samsung CLX-3175FW is a wireless color laser 4-in-1 printer that crams in the following functions – printing, copying, scanning and faxing. This elegantly-designed, matte-black cabinet is perfect for just about any office setting, featuring high-speed USB 2.0 and Ethernet for instant plug-and-play capability. As for the ML-1630W, this model is touted to be one of the smallest, network-ready laser printers in the world, boasting a high-style glossy piano black finish, buttonless soft-touch sensor panels with blue LED indicators. It is also whisper quiet, working at 45 dBA when churning out pages for you. Last but not least is the ultra-compact SCX-4500W wireless laser multi-function printer – widely known as one of the smallest network-ready laser printer/copier/color scanners in the world.
The Samsung CLX-3175FW, ML-1630W and SCX-4500W will retail for $642.99, $285.99 and $428.99, respectively, and are readily available for purchase if you’re thinking of upgrading that printer of yours. For those who work from home, it is a rather brilliant idea since you won’t run the risk of having your kid(s) trip over an fall down while they’re fooling around. It also makes sense for those who carry plenty of documents on their handheld device including smartphones, printing an email attachment remotely without having to download it to a computer first.