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.
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.
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.