Known wireless defect kills this one and Dell has no fix
J. Layman, Amazon
12 October 2014
Summary: Very basic but I knew that when I bought it going in and I got it for a great price. The next printer I buy will definitely have an automatic document feeder. It prints reasonably fast, good quality, no real complaints there. The reason i am giving it three stars is because it will NOT wake from standby after sitting for a while.
Summary: Electronics are always a gamble. Usually they work fine, sometimes they just don't, right out of the box. So with electronics, it's smart to check the warranty. You probably won't need it, but you might. I needed it. This printer (purchased directly from Dell) was easy enough to set up. Wireless connection was made quickly. But it never printed properly. Draft quality at best and that only on the left side of a page.
Excerpt: My last 3 printers (AIO) were truly ALL IN ONE. Printer, copy, scan, FAX. This one did not have the fax option. Since my printer died all at once, I was looking for a printer to replace it as quick as possible. I saw this on a special deal and was having a hard time getting the deal price to show in my cart, so I was on the phone with CS. During all this, I did not realize there was no fax.