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Samsung Monochrome Laser Printer

Printers are arguably the ugliest pieces of tech you'll find in your office, but in 2007 Samsung changed the look and feel of the peripheral with its Monochrome Laser Printer ML-1630, which could pass for the monolith in "2001: A Space Odyssey." Samsung's printer is slimmer than most other bulky printers at just 12.15cm high. The case boasts a high-gloss finish with embedded LED controls instead of cluttered buttons and switches. Sadly, Samsung discontinued this model, but the ML-1630 nevertheless set the bar pretty high for printer aesthetics.


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