About My Kyocera Mita FS-2000DN Laser Printer - Monochrome - Plain Paper Print -
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Kyocera Mita FS-2000D/FS-2000DN Review
Kyocera Mita FS-2000D/FS-2000DN is an aesthetically pleasing mono laser printer that grabbed attention for its durability and speed which has always been the trademark of Kyocera Mita printers. FS-2000D/FS-2000DN is more known to be a small workgroup monochrome laser printer which is once and for all has low maintenance cost offering a combination of IT refinement and exemplary paper handling performance.
Being developed under ECOSYS technology, its drum, developer and fuser are of durable components that are guaranteed to last for two years or 300,000 pages (whichever occurs first) and come with a two-year standard warranty. This implies a low-cost maintenance in overall plus it's integrated with long life refillable toner cartridge that significantly maximizes your savings. On top of this durability is its pleasing structure and appearance. It is generally a beige box of slightly curved top panel embedded with a few dark gray slate colored panels from behind and at the top. Notable features are in the top portion of the printer embedded in the dark gray slate panel. One of which is a 2-line 16-character LCD display which indicates certain statuses while printing. Just below this is a diamond of control buttons and two additional buttons in its side for starting and stopping print jobs. In addition, FS-2000D/FS-2000DN offers PDF printing directly from a memory stick.
Although durable and speedy, print quality that it yields is generally lower compared to other Kyocera Mita printers. Though text print is clean, some text seems to be over-printed and showed some spattering. Graphic and photo prints also showed problems with some visible banding which compromised the details. It is as well ironic that its printer for a small workgroup but standard Ethernet networking is unavailable. While its strength point to low cost maintenance, its seemingly highly-priced compared to other mono laser printer especially that Ethernet networking is unavailable for this Kyocera Mita printer. Operating system compatibility is also a hassle as by default, it is incompatible to newer operating systems namely Windows Vista and 7 since its compatibility are on operating systems prior to its release or in the case of Windows OS, its compatibility is only until Windows XP and so driver/s (if available, which may be found directly in the official manufacturer’s site) is/are needed to be downloaded and installed to be compatible with these newer operating systems.
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