Samsung CLP-510N Offering fast printing speeds and versatile accessibility. It cannot be denied that our daily life is inseparable with electronic devices, including printer. Samsung understand this condition, and thus, released Samsung CLP-510N to keep up with the challenge.
This machine has a standard maximum resolution for a laser printer, with 1200 x 1200 dpi. It has an auto duplex feature, enabling the printer to run two-sided printing automatically and reducing paper cost up to 50 percent. The operating systems supported by this machine include Mac OS X version 10.3 or above, which means it is surely a great choice for any Mac users.
Samsung CLP-510N is able to print with the speed up to 24 pages per minute for mono printing and 6 pages per minute for color printing. It can handle up to 350 sheets paper in one go. The design of this printer is not too compact, but not too big either, with 18.5 x 20.1 x 15.9 inches in depth, width, and height respectively, and 70.55 lbs. in weight.
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Using a color laser as its printing technology, Samsung CLP-510N is able to print on plain paper, transparencies, envelopes, cards, and labels. This machine is equipped with USB and LAN as its interface, enabling multiple devices to access the printer remotely and simultaneously.
Operating System Compatibility:
- Mac OS X 10.6
- Mac OS X 10.7
- Mac OS X 10.8
- Mac OS X 10.9
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Samsung CLP-510N Driver Installation on Mac OS
Instructions for Installing Samsung CLP-510N Driver on Mac OS
Make sure you already have the driver file. You can download the file and find out where the file is stored on your device following the completion of download process.
- You can locate the folder containing the file on your device’s setting.
- 2Double-click on the downloaded driver file. Mount the file on the Disk Image.
- Double-click on the mounted Disk Image.
- Double-click on the driver package. Installation process would begin automatically once you are done clicking on the file.
These steps are laid out to meet the requirements of Windows 7 & Mac users. They may be different if you are using other devices or operating systems.