Samsung CLX-2160 Drivers
This download contains the Samsung CLX-2160 Print and Scan Driver for Windows and Mac OS. A print driver is a software program that allows your computer to connect to your printer.
Before using the printer, you must install the printer driver for your computer or laptop. This file is compatible with all types of CLX-216x Series Print and Scan Driver. We recommend only downloading files that are compatible with the operating system you are using.
Samsung CLX-2160 is a Laser Multifunction printer that is particularly excellent for use in a range of various areas. This is due to the fact that in addition to printing, it is also capable of copying and scanning. The resolution of a multifunction laser printer can reach a maximum of 600 dots per inch, and 2400 dots per inch is the most it can go (DPI). In point of fact, the amount of time that it takes for this printer to print a document is only 18 nanoseconds.
The color cartridge can print roughly 700 pages, whereas the black cartridge that is packaged with the CLX-2160 can print approximately 1500 pages. In addition to that, this printer features PictBridge technology, which, when combined with the user’s personal computer, will perform exceptionally well. Additionally, this printer is included in the package.
Because of this functionality, users will find that printing documents directly from their smartphones is not only possible but also simple and convenient. Your computer and the printer can only be connected to one another through cable communication utilizing the USB 2.0 standard. This guarantees that the connection between the two devices is safe and sound.
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The Samsung CLP-K300A (Black), Samsung CLP-M300A (Magenta), and Samsung CLP-Y300A (Yellow) are the models of toner cartridges that are meant to function with the Samsung CLX-2160 printer correspondingly. Page yield are normally disclosed by the manufacturer in accordance with the standards established by ISO and IEC, however on occasion, they are believed to be 5% of the page coverage.