Summary: Bought this cheap Laser B&W printer in 2005, and it still works very well. Cons: - awful paper jams, requiring tweezers to remove thick paper fans (happened twice in 10 years) - no satisfactory driver for Linux or Mac OS (I use a Windows virtual machine and GhostScript tricks to share the printer)...
Summary: The one thing I really like about this printer is that you can actually stop a job by holding the cancel button down. So its got that going for it. Otherwise average inexpensive laser printer, you can get consumables cheap on Amazon.
Summary: I've had my 1710 for over a year. I've gone through probably a case or more of paper with it and just now it needs a toner cartridge. That's on a standard cartridge. It prints fast, there are no misfeeds. It has a prompt that shows you how to reload the paper when printing 2-sided.
Summary: I got the 1720 with the extra tray and wireless 3300 adatper. the whole thing works great. I bought it because of the high capacity toner. so far I've had it for over 2 year and have been very happy with it. I buy genuine cartridge, not cheap, but they last a long time.
Summary: I felt compelled to write a review on this printer because 1) I was unable to find a review before buying one and 2) HP has a bogus comparison of this printer. This is not a color printer as Amazon states, but a standard black and white laser. It is available for $159 directly from Dell.
Summary: I have been a long time, and very satisfied, user of Dell PC's and laptops. The 1710 was my first Dell printer. Out of the box the first one failed. Would not print. All five status lights blinking; LONG time on the phone with India following the standard script. Unable to resolve.