Summary: It's so hard to find a good quality color laser multifunction. After suffering with a Brother color laser for 3 years, it was such a relief to have a printer that works. The print quality is good, and I can sit with my laptop in the living room and print in the den, without worrying that the paper...
Summary: Gorgeous publishing quality prints. Fast, with lots of bells and whistles. Duplex printing, relatively quiet, and readily available do-it-yourself toner refills that make for printing costs less than inkjet. What's not to like?
Summary: I have now had this printer for about a month and it is working like a charm. I have printed Cardstock, Envelopes and Plain Paper. I have used the Scanner, Copier, Printer, and Duplicator functions and configured it as a network printer.
Summary: A while back I purchased a Dell 1765nfw Color Laserjet multifunction printer. At the time, this was at the top of the pyramid in their printer line. I needed a modestly priced laser to replace a clunky old HP inkjet multifunction which had long since outgrown it's usefulness.
Summary: I purchased the Dell 2155cdn with a bit of skepticism. I was concerned about the amount of toner and this would use and the expense to replace it. I must say, this is among the best printers I've owned. The toner consumption is modest and the performance is excellent.
Summary: I bought this for my finance'; she is a Realtor. She needed a good color laser printer for her advertising and presentations. This beast is just the trick. It's fast with very good resolution for all her printing needs. She scans or faxes contracts with ease!
Summary: What can I say I had been using an old Lexmark X342 mono printer/scanner/all in one. The DELL just blows it away I print color, scan checks into quick-books, print company letterhead and envelopes it does it all...
Summary: I purchased this on the great reviews, set it up and printed some test pages. All seemed great except for a barely-visible light-colored line across some graphics pages. I looked through the docs and eventually emailed Dell customer support.
Summary: Eeeeasy set up! My network includes both Windows XP and 8. Loaded the drivers for XP, but 8 picked up the printer (on the network) and printed a doc before I installed the drivers!! Well done. The fax engine could be faster (33.6...really?!