Pros: PostScript support works properly - better than I can say for similar HP units.
Supply cost per page is economical.
Units behave consistently and predictably.
Time to first page printed from sleep is competitive.
Configuration webpage is pretty comprehensive (but, see cons).
Cons: Configuration webpage is a little bit messy, and more complicated (for similar functionality) than similar HP or Lexmark units.
No option to add a tray.
Wired Ethernet configuration is unusual and awkward - unit starts out with Ethernet disabled and instructions must be followed to enable it.
Wireless cannot be truly hardware disabled, which I would prefer.
Overall Review: I have installed two of these units as "run sheet" printers in a fire station. These print a sheet each time a truck is dispatched to an incident, and that sheet is picked up by firefighters on their way to the truck. PostScript is required for our application. As you might imagine, we really appreciate a well-behaved printer for this purpose.
These units are economically priced and although a little unusual to set up initially, they are proving themselves to be rock solid over a month later.
I have not tried to use them wirelessly. I may be a little old-school in my approach here, but I firmly believe that wireless and printers are two technologies each problematic enough on their own, that combining them is just asking for headaches.
Pros: Once setup. Works fine
Cons: Does not works to setup WiFi via USB in Mac. The printer disconnected from USB once WiFi is setup, but does not connect to WiFi. I need to unplug the printer and plug it in order for USB to detected again. The worse is every time the printer power on it prints a diagnose page. It wasted me more than ten pages. And finally I need to setup the WiFi by connect the printer using an Ethernet cable without using the USB. And the web interface does not works with chrome properly. I am a software developer， it takes me more than two hours to get it works on WiFi due to those bugs in either the firmware or the driver.
Overall Review: If you have time to spend on setup WiFi or you don't need to use wifi then this printer is good
Pros: Is What It Is - This product is listed properly. No surprises here.Affordable - One of the cheapest laser printers from a known good manufacturer around.
Cons: Prints a Test Paper Everytime it Loses Connection - My wifi isn't always stable and every time the printer disconnects it will print a diagnostic paper. It's a waste of paper and toner and I wish it would just beep or something instead.No Interface - Be aware this printer has no kind of screen on it. This means it can only really be managed through software, and so if you're having wi-fi problems you'll have to drag it back to your PC to link it up physically to deal with it.
Overall Review: You're getting what you pay for. It's not "bad" or broken, but the lack of onboard interface makes it hard to work with.
Overall Review: Set up was easy and I was able to connect through wireless. Prints pretty fast too. This will come in handy for printing order info for my small business.
Overall Review: Horrible! I have managed to print a few pages only - with jammed and multi-paper pulls for each page. The bigger problem though is the CONNECTIVITY with my Apple computer. I am using the USB cable, but it ceases to be recognized in the middle of printing. The job will go to 44% then the printer goes offline. I (with difficulty due to the dysfunctional webpage) downloaded the B210 driver off the Xerox site which did not help. To connect again- I have to unplug and restart printer (with extra startup page printed.)
Do not buy.