Where as most computer peripherals keep getting faster, more advanced and smaller, there are still some components that are exempt from this advancement for one reason or another. Printers seem to often fall into this category because all they're designed to do is take our documents and reproduce them onto a piece of paper. Resolutions can be made higher, but are still held back by paper quality, and print speeds have found fairly average times in their respective printer categories. From a technical standpoint, there really isn't that much else going on to improve or make better! This is often backed by the fact that many printer models will be on the market for quite a long time compared to other PC components.
However, as with all electronics, most still find themselves getting smaller and smaller, if nothing else. The ML-1665 laser printer from Samsung is no exception. The box this printer came in was remarkably smaller than what I am used to for a laser printer. It's been a while since I've seen a printer that falls out of the norm, so I'm pretty excited to dive in and see what the ML-1665 is all about!