Samsung Introduces Six New SMB Printers

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Samsung announced the addition of six new printers to their monochrome laser lineup designed with small and medium businesses in mind.

The announcement featured three multi-function monochrome lasers – the SCX-4835fr, the SCX-5639fr and the SCX-5739fw – as well as three single function monochrome lasers – the ML-3312nd, the ML-3712nd and the ML-3712dw.

The new multi-function monochrome lasers offer additional security and reliability to customers with Secure Pull Printing, Embedded Barcode Font feature, a Reversal Automatic Document Feeder and paper support up to 50 lbs.

The upper level SCX-5639fr and SCX-5739fw printers include a 600MHz processor, print speeds up to 37 ppm and an extra high yield toner while the SCX-4835fr offers print speeds up to 33 ppm and the Eco-Mode feature found across all six new devices.

The single function ML-3712nd and ML-3712dw are nearly identical models as the name might suggest, with a key difference: the ML-3712dw offers the additional wireless connectivity. Both models feature Samsung’s new exclusive anti-jam roller technology along with print speeds up to 37 ppm, a 600 MHz dual core processor, automatic duplexing, a low noise output of 52 decibels and extra high yield toner cartridges.

The ML-3312nd also offers a 600 MHz dual core processor but with slightly slower print speeds of 33 ppm, a standard 250-sheet cassette and 50-page multi-purpose tray, automatic duplexing and a print resolution up to 1200 dpi.

Four of the new models – the ML-3312nd, ML-3712nd, SCX-4835fr and SCX-5639fr – will be available this month for the suggested retail price of $199, $249, $449 and $549, respectively. The final two models – the ML-3712dw and the SCX-5739fw – will be available in March for the suggested retail price of $299 and $699, respectively.

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