Sharp AR-156 Toner Cartridges
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Genuine Black Sharp AR-156LT Toner Cartridge - (AR156LT)
14.15d per page
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Sharp AR-156 Toner Cartridges Printer Review
Expert review of the Sharp AR-156 printer 01 February 2013
The Sharp AR-156 monochrome laser printer is built for the everyday copy needs of a small office, and upgrading the AR156 laser copier makes it useful as a printer and a fax machine, too. However, the high initial price and the cost of upgrades could make users turn to other multifunction printers with more built-in features instead of settling for the Sharp AR156.
Standing 379mm tall, the Sharp AR-156 copier appears compact at first, but it requires more room for installation because it spans 518mm wide and 482.6mm deep. It has a standard capacity of 300 sheets with the 50-sheet bypass feeder and the 250-sheet default paper cassette. The control panel is highlighted on the right-hand side of the device, and it looks busy with too many buttons and a small display screen. There is an automatic document feeder. Connectivity for the Sharp AR 156 printer is mainly via a parallel interface, and printing is done using heat rollers and dry, two-component magnetic brush development.
The media capacity can be expanded to 550 sheets, and the multi-bypass feeder makes the Sharp AR-156 digital desktop copier useful for printing on speciality media like transparencies and envelopes. Up to 99 copies can be made by the device and the speed is up to 15 copies per minute. The fax function of the Sharp AR-156 digital copier is compatible with G3 communication systems, and it can store up to 120 pages. Compared to other laser copiers, the Sharp AR-156 uses very reasonably priced toner cartridges that can last for as many as 8,000 copies.
Other multifunction printers from the competition offer better value for the money with built-in fax, copy, and print functions than the AR156 digital laser copier. Users need to purchase expansion kits if they want this machine to function as a printer and a fax machine. The Sharp AR156 black and white copier is also criticised for being heavy, bulky, and very limited in expansion features. Compatibility is limited to Windows operating systems.