Samsung SCX 5935FN Monochrome Laser Multifunction Printer

Jun 6th, 2010 | By Anthony

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The SCX-5935FN wins the award for the largest product packaging I’ve personally dealt with, but then again the printer isn’t small by any means either.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

Inside we have our usual run of included accessories: documentation, cables, toner assembly and two replacement front panel labels. Neither the USB or network cable is included but most would have these readily available anyways.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

Having a look at the unit the SCX-5935FN is definitely a bit bigger and depending on the environment it is to be used in it may be a tighter fit. But, this of course tends to be the case when you take four devices and combine them into one.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

On the face of the unit, we have the large paper tray on the bottom, door for inserting the toner assembly then the paper output.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

On the top, we have the lid, automatic feeder, controls and touch screen. With the functions of four devices along with system settings and configurations a well-designed interface is necessary.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

The main screen of the user interface presents the main computer independent functions: photocopying, scanning and faxing. The fourth icon is a directory in which one can store documents on the unit’s 80 GB hard drive.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

Starting with the copy screen the controls are intuitive and instantly recognizable and are much like those of any other photocopier

Samsung SCX-5935FN

The scan menu gives us a few options, when connected locally through a USB connection one can scan directly to the local computer and when connected to a network, to a network computer or to an email server.

Beneath the controls, we have the paper output and door for the toner.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

And below that, the paper tray.

Samsung SCX-5935FN

And finally, on the back we have the power, USB, Ethernet and phone connectors.

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