Samsung ML-1610 Printer

  • Brand: Samsung
  • Category: Printer
  • print speed: Up to 17 ppm letter (up to 16 ppm A4)
  • networking type: Wired
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The new Samsung ML-1610 monochrome laser printer packs professional quality printing into a stylish compact printer. Suitable for any small office or corporate setting; it gives you top-rated performance, easy-to-use features with Samsung's stunning signature design

  • Simple to use

Toner and paper replacement couldn't be simpler with easy front access panels.

  • Complete Compatibility

Supports a wide range of operating systems, including Windows and various Linux OS.

  • Instant Installation

Requires only 4 clicks to install, and there is no need to re-start your PC once installed.

  • Easy Job Control

One-button print job cancellation & re-printing helps you correct even volume printing with ease.

  • USB Interface

Connects via fast USB 1.1 (compatible with USB 2.0) interface to prevent bottlenecks between your PC and printer.

  • Economical Solutions

Samsung ML-1610 is competitively priced, but also includes built-in features designed to save you money.

  • Toner-save button

One-touch configuration allows you to save up to 40% of toner, while still producing high quality prints, so you will replace your cartridges less frequently.

  • Save paper

Printing options let you save paper by printing 2-up, 4-up, even up to 16-up on one page.

  • Large toner capacity

High-capacity 2,000-page yield toner cartridge can meet even large business printing needs. (ships with a 1,000-page toner cartridge to get you started immediately).

An intelligent and stylish way to manage your communication needs. Samsung helps you to create professional publications using innovative superiority and real-life technology. Outstanding Performance Inside its optimal compact case, Samsung ML-1610 has everything it needs to produce superb printing at an efficient speed.uce superb printing at an efficient speed.

Technical Details


  • Speed 1 Up to 17 ppm letter (up to 16 ppm A4)

  • First Page Out Less than 10 seconds

  • Resolution Up to 600 x 600 dpi output

  • Duty Cycle Up to 5,000 pages per month


  • Processor Samsung 150 MHz

  • Memory 2 MB RAM

  • Print Language SPL (Samsung Printer Language, host-based printing)

  • Connectivity USB 1.1 (compatible with USB 2.0)

  • Standard Fonts (Scalable, Bitmap, TrueType) Windows fonts

  • Operating System Compatibility 2 Windows 98, Me, 2000, XP

  • Linux OS, including Red Hat, Caldera, Debian, Mandrake, Slackware, SuSE and Turbo Linux

Paper Handling

  • Input Capacity 150-sheet multi-purpose tray

  • Output Capacity 50 sheets (face down)

  • Two-Sided Printing Manual

  • Media Sizes Letter, A4, Legal, Folio, Executive, B5, A5, A6, Envelopes 6-3/4, 7-3/4, #9, #10, DL, C5, C6, B5, Monarch; 3 x 5 to 8.5 x 14 in

  • Media Weights 16 to 43 lb

  • Media Types Plain paper, envelopes, transparencies, labels, cardstock


  • Dimensions (W x D x H) 14.1" x 11.8" x 8.5"

  • Weight 12.1 lbs. (5.5 kg)

  • Acoustics 3 Less than 50 dBA (printing), less than 30 dBA (standby)


  • Type Single toner cartridge

  • Yield 4 2,000 pages (ships with 1,000-page starter toner cartridge)

  • Model Code ML-1610D2

  • TonerSave™ Button Extends toner yield by up to 40%


  • Network Ethernet 10/100 Base-TX wired network card (external)

  • Ethernet 10/100 Base-TX wired + 802.11b wireless combination network card (external)

  • fits any desktop
  • outstanding performance
  • advanced productivity
  • economical solutions
Mr. C. P. Hammond 4.0
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
Having suffered over the years with various inkjet printers, buying ink at an alarming rate and constantly unblocking them and still getting rubbish printouts, I needed a new approach to printing. Once I thought that laser printers were expensive and only for businesses, but now you can get printers like this for around £50, which considering how long toner lasts and how reliable these are, is very good value for money. Okay, the S ... amsung ML1610. I think that this printer is most suited for home users or very small businesses looking to print documents (e.g. it will come in useful for me for college, but an art student might still need an inkjet for printing out photos). The printer is fantastic for text and printing web pages, but photos don't look too good, but who really prints out a lot of those anyway. Most photos nowadays stay on the computer. Print speed is quick, especially for the low price; 16ppm (on paper, no pun intended). However, I use Ubuntu Linux, and some programs and print jobs seem to print each page like a seperate document which really slows it down. The only program so far to print multiple pages fast is Adobe Reader. This will probably work fine for Windows XP though. One thing I really like is the toner save button. It saves some toner, which means the cost per page is lower. You can see the difference when you compare these documents to non toner-saved (?) documents, but on their own they're more than acceptable. The printer was very easy to set up, and it is brilliant that Samsung now support Linux properly, including easy software on the CD. I didn't even need to use that, because the printer was automatically detected. Excellent. I can only assume it will be just as easy on Windows. Okay, gripes. The paper input tray is always out and open, which I suppose is the price to pay for such a small laser printer. However, the dust cover doesn't really fit properly on mine, and sits wonky. Not a major issue, just a minor annoyance. The most major annoyance is the lack of a USB cable, and I'm glad I'd bought one beforehand. It's a problem with most printers though, but seeing as Samsung are going further with support for Linux, you might think they would include a USB cable (which actually only cost me a couple of quid, so must cost pennies to include in the box). And last of all, on output sometimes the pages can be a bit curled at the edges, which might not look too professional. Overall, this is a very tiny printer with very good printing and excellent Samsung build quality, and an astonishingly low price tag (didn't get mine off Amazon, mind you, mine was cheaper, but I'll leave you to DAB in that yourself), but I did buy the cable from here, you'll need a USB A to B one by the way. You'll only really get better than this by spending hundreds of pounds of a professional business printer, so highly recommended. More >
Anorak Eric 3.0
1 of 1 people found the following review helpful
I bought mine at 50% of retail to replace an ML1520 which needed a full replacement cartridge - original gave up after 2 powder refills and new ML 1610 was same price. Installation - very easy on XP Speed - It's relatively fast Output - no problems found with normal MS Office, pdf's and web site prints Drawbacks - the paper tray cover does not fit well and could allow unwanted content into tray (especially staples) I believe the all-in-one cartridge is 'chipped' and may expire before toner ... expired (ML 1520 was not), and the one supplied new is not completely full of toner. Also it's not easy to refill with powder like ML 1520 Annoyance - paper output sometimes gets caught up in the guide of the top tray, it might be better off without it at all Overall - full retail price is a lot to pay for what you get, shame they stopped the ML 1520 More >
Alexander Jazayeri 5.0
3 of 3 people found the following review helpful
I've had this little printer for 1 year now, and I can safely say it's the best printer I've ever had in a decade or so of home computing. Simple to install on XP, uses USB to connect to the computer, so it's up and running in no time. It has a 3-second warm up time, and prints a sheet in about 5-7 seconds. Quality is comparable to any of the work printers.
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