Samsung ML-1750 Printer Driver
The Samsung ML Laser Printer is fully compatible with PC, Mac systems. This printer connectivity interface: Parallel (IEEE), USB Our company. A4 Mono Laser Printer; 16 ppm; x dpi; Samsung MHz; 8 MB; IEEE & USB ; Sheet Cassette Feeder; 1 Sheet Manual Slot; Paper. If you're looking for a small and efficient laser printer for your home or small office, the ML is worth looking at.
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Samsung ML-1750 Printer Driver
Two connectivity interfaces came standard with this model, a USB port and a parallel port to accommodate a lot of the computers still in use at that time that were using IEEE parallel interface technology.
USB had just barely become the standard for connection of peripherals. Installed fonts included 45 varieties of scalable, 9 types of TrueType and one bitmapped.
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A Samsung ML-1750 Printer MHz processor and a printer page RAM of 8 MB ensured flawless and uninterrupted printing of small volume jobs and was considered sufficient for the printer's rated capabilities and limitations. Supported media types included plain paper, cards, envelopes, transparencies and labels.
Media sizes up to 8. A total media capacity of sheets enabled the paper input tray to hold a half ream of paper without having to reload, providing 15 minutes of continuous print time at top speeds.
The manual load bypass tray could accommodate straight-through printing of heavier card stocks and other special media types. The rated monthly duty cycle for this model was 15, sheets, targeted to personal home use, yet allowing for the slightly increased Samsung ML-1750 Printer of small businesses and home offices.
The maximum print speed of 17 pages per minute was considered to be on the slower end at the time of this printer's release, with several models of ink jet printers being available at lower prices, offering faster speed and better quality output. Ethernet capabilities were not available on this model of printer, limiting connectivity to direct. Samsung ML-1750 Printer of the driver, it offers printer control language 6 PCL command-language compatibility unlike the simpler graphical device interface GDI driver supplied with the ML, though both printers can be used with Linux and Mac operating Samsung ML-1750 Printer as well as Windows systems.
A pop-up monitor added to the system tray provides information on printer status. Text, Text, and More Text The software driver also offers a fair variety of fancy layout options, including N-up two, four, nine, or 16 Samsung ML-1750 Printer per sheet and poster four, nine, or 16 sheets per page printing, as well as customizable watermarks Draft, Confidential, or whatever.
We didn't see any duplex or booklet printing options, however. You can also specify alternate paper-feeding arrangements.
In addition to the sheet cassette, which is limited to letter-sized paper, a front-panel slot lets you feed one sheet at a time of legal-sized Samsung ML-1750 Printer smaller stock or envelopes even 3 by 5-inch cards. A door opens at the rear to permit a straight-through, face-up paper path instead of the usual U-turn that leaves pages face down Page 1 on top of the Samsung ML-1750 Printer on top of the printer, propped up for handy removal by a flip-up plastic hinge.
As with many desktop printers, the advertised sheet output capacity gets a little overloaded after 30 or 40 sheets. We think that's a missed opportunity to knock out a prime competitor, Minolta-QMS' PagePro W, which does offer a sheet secondary cassette but whose primary input Samsung ML-1750 Printer an inkjet-style folding tray.
Samsung ML-1750 - printer - monochrome - laser Series
Aside from the power switch at the right rear, the only control is a button Samsung ML-1750 Printer the top that cancels a job in progress, prints test pages if held down while the printer's idle, or toggles a Toner Save mode that Samsung says reduces toner use and thus extends cartridge life by 40 percent. The Samsung also came closer than many lasers to its advertised first-page-out time 12 secondsprinting our one-page business letter with small company-logo graphic in 13 seconds.
Twenty pages of plain Microsoft Word text took 1 minute and 24 seconds just a dozen seconds slower than the last monochrome Samsung ML-1750 Printer we tested, which was rated 3 ppm faster.