Samsung CLP-310 Printer Driver 2.00 for Mac OS X

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Date: November 20, 2011
File Size: 5.3 MB
OS Support: Mac OS X
Downloads: 8,289

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Upgrade your colour printer to the SAMSUNG CLP-310. This compact colour laser offers excellent performance and value. Whether you are printing a letter of presentation, the CLP-310 will give you fast , high quality output that no inkjet can match. The four individual, high yield, colour toners enable you to reduce your monthly supplies bill. This printer is suited to any small / home office environment.

Features:

  • itís more silent than other colour laser printers
    • BLI lab test certified that the CLP-310 is the quietest printer in terms of vibration and average noise emissions.
  • itís more compact than other colour laser printers
    • 388 x 313 x 243mm This powerful, compact and stylish colour laser printer was designed to fit into professional workspaces. Now even small professional businesses and home offices can enjoy the benefits and the impressive quality of colour laser printing. At 388mm x 313mm x 243mm this colour laser will fit on a desk or a shared workspace.
  • itís faster than other colour laser printers
    • The CLP-310 prints black-and-white documents faster than other laser printers. This is important because approximately 70% of colour laser printers / multifunction printers printout is black and white.
  • itís more silent than inkjet printers
    • BLI lab test certified that the CLP-310 is the quietest printer in terms of vibration and average noise emissions.
  • itís more compact than inkjet printers
    • 388 x 313 x 243mm Small footprint saves precious space on your desk.
  • itís more constant than inkjet printers
    • The CLP-310 produces consistent colour printouts which is water-resistance and long-lasting, while inkjet printout is susceptible to water and humidity exposure, and the images fades over time.

Note: Before proceeding with your driver installation we suggest you make sure you are installing the latest version available and for the appropriate model/revision and Operating System. We strongly suggest following 'readme' instructions for installing drivers when available. Often restarting your system will be necessary for the new driver to become active and start functioning properly.

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