Samsung Electronics America Inc. on Thursday also rolled out its latest
laser printers, the CLP-510 series, which comes in a standard model and one that includes an Ethernet port. Shipping at the end of this month, the CLP-510 will sell for US$449 while the networked model, CLP-510N, will sell for $549. Mac OS X v10.3.x will be required for both printers. Samsung’s Web site had not been updated as MacCentral posted this article.
Both printers offer built-in automatic duplexing for two-sided printing and include the capability to add wireless connectivity. They produce color print-outs at six ppm (pages per minute) and black-and-white documents at 25 ppm, with internal memory of 64MB, expandable to 192MB. Their 250-sheet cassette and 100-sheet document feeder can be supplemented with an optional 500-sheet cassette, and both printers can handle paper sizes and types including 3 x 5-inch index cards, transparencies and card stock. They connect locally via USB 2.0; MacCentral is waiting for system requirements from Samsung.