Reviews and Problems with Dell All-In-One Printer 926
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15 November 2012
Summary: Get a HP officejet, way better for your money....This dell printer is somewhat cheap, and breaks. I had to buy another because the first one broke. (used only for envelopes for small business) Bought another for simple install (used exsisting wires from dead printer) HP officejet for everything else, officejet has GREAT quality, speed and cost of ink is better than this dell...
Probably better printers available for less by now.
8 January 2010
Excerpt: I use this printer on a daily basis at work. It serves as my main desktop printer when I can't be bothered to walk across the office to the main laser job. Its a neat size which doesn't clutter my desk and the top of it serves as a useful dumping ground for documents (although that's of little use to you). The print quality isn't the best, when compared to the laser printers we have elsewhere in the office but is good enough for simple drafts or black text.
Excerpt: Knowing what I now know I probabily wouldn't have chosen this printer as it is not the best picture quality for my printing purposes. I am a training photographer and although the quality is good, the problem lies with the amount of ink that the printer uses in large A4 size coloure prints. A Cartridge will only last upto 20-30 prints and only being able to get the ink from dell it is not very cost effective.
Excerpt: Purchased on Ebay for a total of £39.99. Yet again I am keeping my entire PC setup as Dell braded. I purchased this as I needed a replacement printer for my Ageing Epson R200 inkjet, also I needed a Scanner. So far I have fond it to be vry quick at printing both photo\'s and documents. Hwever Photo scanning does not appear to be that great, but that could be down to me as navigateing the setting under Windows for the scanner software on Vista is quite a chore.
Pros: Price, Multifunction,
Cons: No USB cable included, Settings hard to navigate under Vista, Ink not cheap