Excerpt: (1 items) Dell's V313w color inkjet multifunction printer is priced at a mere $100, and it seems to receive regular discounting on Dell's Website. But while it looks like a good deal (especially in view of its integrated wireless functionality) it's ultimately a mediocre product overall, with expensive inks. The V313w's few nice features are tacked onto an otherwise unremarkable machine.
Pros: Integrated wireless
Cons: Image alignment problems in Adobe Photoshop, Very expensive supplies
Excerpt: The V313W's small screen makes navigating somewhat difficult
Pros: Good print and copy quality, Scans quickly, Helpful software, Paper is easy to replace, Multiple methods for connectivity to computer and compatible with various memory cards
Cons: Slow at making copies, Initially, it's very slow to turn on, The screen is small, The control panel is hard to navigate — you must click through each setting, Somewhat loud when navigating the control panel
Dell V313W review: This cheap inkjet printer prints quickly but struggles with document quality
Good Gear Guide.au
8 February 2011
Summary: The Dell V313W inkjet multifunction printer is cheap and prints reasonably quickly. Compromises are made in print quality, with fuzzy Draft colour and black documents. Normal quality prints are better but still aren't up to the quality offered by slightly more expensive inkjet printers.
Pros: Fast print speeds for a cheap inkjet
Cons: Poor quality in Draft mode, average Normal print quality, expensive ink