Samsung Scx-4623F - 5

Review- Samsung SCX- 4623F

Let’s discuss the Pros and Cons of Samsung SCX- 4623F.

Pros

• This amazing printer from Samsung has a wonderful design.
• It gives prints of amazing quality.
• It is easier to use than most of the other printer.

Cons

• There is no network support option given in the printer.
• There is absence of fast dial presets.
• There is no description given on the buttons.

Samsung Scx-4623F - 3
Samsung Scx-4623F

Essential features:

The basic features of Samsung CX- 4623F are:

• Fax performance
• Built-in 40 sheets ADF
• Mono laser
• 250 sheet paper tray
• Prints up to the A4 size

Samsung SCX- 4600 is all-in-one printer. It combines the most generally required business functions in a cheap device with great performance. The Samsung- 4623F is the next model in the range and the company has combined an Automatic Doc Feeder (ADF) and the fax functionality to the blend.

This all black and neat unit is full of wide edges and friendly curves and the scanner lid has an accurate, 40-sheet ADF built-in. The feed tray pivots up to boost access to the documents which have been terminated by the feeder and the scanner lid move upwards, to make room for single sheets and well as books.
The full-breadth control panel is well outfitted, given the rate of the machine, and has a backlit, 2- line by 16- written symbols LCD display with a control ring enclosed by another, of Blue LEDs. There is a number pad for fax dialling, but there are no fast-dial presets.

2 buttons to the left of the display gives Samsung’s beneficial and valuable additional functions. The one on the back begins the ID card copy feature; where you can do the scanning of both sides of the card and have the machine make more copies of them together on 1 sheet of paper. The button on the front manages the screen print, where the machine can do the printing of an emphasized section or the full screen of your computer or Mac with few button-presses. It is a little bit deviating not either of these 2 buttons has a cipher or a code, not even a stick-on label.

 

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