Dell’s Color Laser Printer c offers surprisingly good colour quality for a low acquisition price. Would you buy this? To Dell’s credit, the other user resources, such as the status monitor and some maintenance and diagnostic tools, are nicely designed. High-resolution photos printed quickly It plodded through plain-text documents at a mere Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.
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Would you buy this? The best way for a printer to communicate is in human language, with words running across a display; I’m sure it’s lasre to design, but it’s easier for the user. Dell’s Color Laser Printer c offers surprisingly good colour quality for a low acquisition price.
A low price and great-looking photo quality helps this model stand out, but its toner cartridges are expensive. The included CD offers an automated setup process, and live-action videos illustrate all the steps.
Dell Colour Laser Printer 1320c
It plodded through plain-text documents at a mere Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. The LEDs change colour or blink to communicate the status of the printer or its various parts.
Many printers force you to expose their innards to replace toner; with the Color Laser Printer c, you simply open a side door and slide a cartridge into its keyed slot. The Color Laser Printer c is best suited for a small or low-volume office. Bottom Line A low price and great-looking photo quality helps this model stand out, but its toner cartridges are expensive.
You also have to heft this thing over the transfer belt, which lies belly-up within the opened front cover.
It consists of two clearly labelled buttons and seven LEDs, most placed in specific locations in and around a line drawing of the printer. Low-volume users may not notice for a while, but a busier office will feel the pinch pretty quickly. Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more.
The front control panel is minimalist to a fault.
The unusual toner-cartridge design is the other reason why Dell thinks you shouldn’t worry too much about the transfer belt’s welfare. Because its paper capacity is limited just one main input tray and a single-sheet multipurpose slot and its toner is pricey, a larger or growing office should consider its cousin, the Color Laser Printer cn, which is expandable and has higher cartridge and paper capacity. Pros Easy-to-swap toner cartridges.
Inkjets still tend to handle colour better than lasers do, but the Color Laser Printer c strikes an impressive balance.
Though many colour lasers have a similar design, they don’t require you to manoeuvre something so heavy within this space. To Dell’s credit, the other user resources, such as the status monitor and some maintenance and diagnostic tools, are nicely designed.
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Setting up the printer is very easy. The dozens of possible LED combinations take up several pages’ worth of explanation in the user guide–many would be indecipherable otherwise. Those small capacities translate into higher costs for both black and colour pages–at best, 9 cents for a page of black text and 49 cents for a page with black and all three colours.
Cons Confusing control panel, expensive toner. The driver offers a wealth of features in an accessible format. Its toner is expensive, however, and its control panel is laset.