Samsung Toner Printers Target A Mobile World

28-05-2014 by

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Samsung has introduced a new range of NFC-enabled printers to allow for one touch printing from your smartphone. Suitable for home or small office use, the Xpress C 1860 and the Xpress M 2885 series of printers will deliver high-performance mobile focused printing.

Building on the success of their line of NFC-enabled printers introduced in 2013, the Xpress C 1860 and the Xpress M 2885 are faster and more advanced and have been designed with Small and Medium sized businesses in mind.

What is NFC?

NFC stands for Near Field Communication. The technology allows for smartphone users to send information from their NFC-enabled device to another NFC-enabled device within 10 cm. To print via NFC, you would simply make sure that NFC is active on both your printer and your phone and tap them together to start printing.

The printers

The Xpress C 1860 series includes the Xpress C 1810 W and Xpress C 1860 FW colour multi-function printers, which offer print, scan, copy and fax capabilities. The Xpress C 1860 series printers offer print speeds of 18 pages per minute. The Xpress C 1810 series produces vivid and glossy colours and uses the following Samsung toner cartridges:

The Xpress M 2885 series includes the Xpress M 2835 DW and Xpress M 2885 FW mono-colour multi-function printers, which offer print, scan, copy and fax capabilities. The Xpress M 2885 series offers the same sharp text and clean images that you have come to expect from Samsung printers and uses the following toner cartridges:

The features

Samsung’s Easy Print Management tool is now also available for mobile, so you can monitor your device information, status and toner cartridge usage on the go. The Samsung Mobile Print app also features a range of video clips to help you troubleshoot issues without having to wait for customer support.

The Xpress C1860 and Xpress M2885 printers also feature NFC and Wi-Fi Direct technologies to allow you to easily and securely print documents, images and even social media feeds by simply tapping your smartphone on the printer.

You can also send scanned documents from your printer directly to your smartphone without having to send those files via email or PC. You can get the Mobile Print app for free from the Google Play Store.

Nic Venter

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 is the founder and director of He started the business in 2009 with the idea to sell ink and toner cartridges online and to provide you with a quality product, value for money and convenience. He regularly blogs on about printing and technology. Part of his philosophy is having fun and making sure that he and his team think everything ink, so you don't have to.

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