Conclusion: There's a 17-button keypad for things like entering fax numbers, but most of your interaction with the printer will be via its big (7-inch diagonal), bright color LCD touchscreen, which serves as everything from a customizable main menu to a hunt-and-peck QWERTY keyboard for typing e-mail addresses or headers and footers for copying jobs. Indexed help screens serve as a mini user's manual, while large icons and menus make navigation easy.
Conclusion: The Dell 3335dn is a good monochrome multifunction printer with quick print speeds, useful business features, and a fun, easy-to-use touchscreen. But I could have told you that before I wrote this review because this product is nearly identical to the I reviewed with less memory, a few less features, and a $200 price difference.
Pros: Fast print speeds, Easy to navigate touch screen, Good business features
Cons: Slightly difficult scan-to PC, Average amount of energy use