This snapshot shows the placement of LPT and USB connectors and the adjustable limiter on the output tray. Now you can grasp the idea of the open tray design: the tray can take in media formats longer than A4.
There are two LED indicators (Error and Toner-Saving Mode) and a Cancel/Resume Task button on the control panel. The appearance of the control panel is the same as on the Samsung ML-1615, except that there are icons here instead of text labels (and not quite comprehensible icons, I should say).
There is a vent opening and an exhaust fan on the right panel of the case. This design ensures a longer life of the heater if compared with fan-less machines.
The cartridge compartment is right behind the front cover, not somewhere deep in the case as with the Samsung ML-1615. You lift up and pull at the handle of the cartridge case to take it out.
This cartridge is inseparable and includes a container with toner and a printing unit. The photo-drum is not protected against sunlight or accidental touch but it is not a drawback since this cartridge is not intended for refills.