Background and Identification
Samsung spans numerous sectors of the consumer market, manufacturing electronics and home appliances, selling everything from a smartphone to a vacuum cleaner. Samsung originated as a company in 1938 when it was founded by Lee Byung-chul in South Korea. The company’s origins are vastly different from its activities today. Samsung started out as a small company with just forty employees that sold groceries, dried fish, and noodles. Around 1954, Samsung began expanding, dabbling in areas like insurance and retail. It wasn’t until the late 1960s that Samsung got involved in the electronics industry.
Among Samsung electronics is the Samsung Xpress SL-C410W/XAA printer, which employs laser technology to print in color. The printer offers both wireless and NFC printing. NFC (Near Field Communication) printing allows users to tap their mobile device to the printer and connect to it automatically through the Samsung Mobile Print App. This results in added convenience and increased efficiency.
The Samsung Xpress SL-C410W/XAA printer is also designed to be both quiet and compact. The printer is only 8.3 x 15 x 12.2 inches and produces noise at less than 45 decibels. Additionally, the Samsung Xpress SL-C410W/XAA printer was designed to be durable and long-lasting. It has a duty cycle of 20,000 images a month, meaning it is built for frequent use.
The Samsung Xpress SL-C410W/XAA is box-like in shape. It has a white and black exterior with the Samsung logo printed on the front of the outer encasing. It is designed to sit flat on a table or desk.
- Dimensions: 15 x 12.2 x 8.3 inches
- Weight: 21.61 pounds
- Print Speed: up to 19 pages per minute
- Connectivity: Wired, wireless
- Media Capacity: 150 sheets
- Max Resolution B/W: 2400 x 600 dpi
- Max Resolution Color: 2400 x 600 dpi
- Compatible Operating Systems: Mac OS, Linux, Windows