Summary: Not too shabby so far - but really happy based on the price. The proof in the pudding will be in a year if this thing is still working. My last printer (worthless inkjet) only lasted 5 months. - Decent color - Setup very easily - Decent performance - Low end - not many bells and whistles - but you get what you pay for, right?
Summary: So far so good. I would have given 5 stars, but spent several hours trying to install on a Macbook to no avail. Could never find the printer. Called Dell tech support and they suggested loading the printer on a windows PC first (had a Dell laptop for work). This process worked perfectly took 10 minutes. Macbook saw the printer immediately and I was able to print both network and wifi.
Summary: My old Dell printer just quit out of the blue in my office and needed a replacement fast as my boys like their weekly paychecks. Dell salesperson helped me choose this printer even though it's features was more than I needed. I got this in Aug of 2013. In Jan. 2, 2014 it stopped working and after many hours on phone support they issued a replacement. (A refurbished even though I had bought new). On Feb. 9, 2014 another call to support as this one's fax board went out.
Summary: I have had the printer for two months and run a network in my home and have a combination of wireed and wireless devices attached. I have also mixed platforms/formats from tablets to laptops to servers and workstations.
Prefect for Experienced Home Office Computer Users
30 November 2013
Summary: I always have preferred laser printers over ink-jet, but typically the cost is prohibitive for a multifunction model which also offers the convenience of wireless printing and color. This printer is all those things, and has a decent price tag that won't break the bank (especially for the home office).
Summary: I've had the printer for a couple of weeks now. I haven't had any problems with it until now. I printed one picture from my android phone and wanted to print another and the Dell Mobile Print app tells me "An error has occurred while previewing this document. Not all pages may be viewable". If I press print anyway, it aborts the print. Meanwhile, if I plug in the USB chord and try to print, the printer tells me the USB device is not supported and wants me to unplug it.
Summary: I bought the hard wired version of this printer for a client as part of a completely new Dell workstation to replace the existing gear in his office. The specs were pretty fine vs price, but the first printer arrived DOA... It had a fuser error out of the box that would not clear.