If you value inefficiency and want to pay $80 for toner, buy this
29 January 2015
Summary: Do you like the noise that printers make? What about waiting for a full minute or more for a page to print out? What about building your ego by testing your "handyman" skills on regular paper jams? If you answered yes to any of these questions, then the Dell 2335dn is the printer for you.
Summary: I have one at work. Everyone else has problems printing and scanning, but I don't cause I was assigned this beast. It's huge, and durable and never gives me trouble. Since I work a lot from home and I am so pleased with the one at work, I got one to use at home.
Summary: This is the most frustrating printer I have ever encountered. Near constant paper jams, some almost impossible to clear without tiny hands and tweezers. Very frequently pulls through about 5-10 pages when trying to print one page.
Summary: Poor technical support (waste of time) Seems like Dell just recycles these printers!!!Under warranty will send you someone else's defective/returned piece.. More waste of time interms of uninstalling, sending it back, and reinstalling a new one.... Very frustrating.
Summary: I get nowhere near 6000 pages on a cartridge. When the "toner low" warning comes up, you stop recieving faxes altogether until you replace the cartridge. If you type in a fax number prior to it warming up, you lose the number and have to retype it.
Summary: bought this printer for my office... works very fast, prints, email scans, faxes and does an amazing job.. the best part of this printer is the cartridges are very inexpensive and they have a great duty cycle.. excellent buy if you print daily at you business.. recommended.
Summary: Worst device you can ever buy!! Never works properly either scans and does Not print and vice versa. Big and not at all productive. Not worth it, use your money on another printer and save your self the hassle.
Summary: It crapped out after 5 months...then I found out I hade to transfer the waranty to me from Amazon. Long story short after only 5 months and spending $150.00 on a new ink cartridge I went to a store and bought an HP.