Summary: Printer works great for everyday production of color documents and photos. However, beware, the printer requires a "networking key" that you plug in to make the ether net connector actually work.
Summary: I've had my Dell 1320c for almost 2 years, since June of 2009. Hey, I'm just an average computer user. Also, I have friends that use them at home and work - all without a single hitch so far... Not a single problem from all of them, and they all still work like new.
It's so cheap you just buy another one when the print head wears out!
Ryan Ashby, Amazon
16 October 2010
Summary: I've hit the 20,000 page limit, and found the print head on line (Dell does not sell it) for $115. I found a new 1320c on Amazon for $150, and a refurbished 1320c for $120, both include toner!
Summary: The setup was a little more difficult than it should have been. Be sure to read the setup carefully. Some of the yellow toner straps did Setup: not pull off easily and one of them broke requiring the use of pliers to remove the rest of the strap.
Summary: This printer is a top quality printer for the price, my first. It is fast, quiet and well constructed as with other Dell products. Print quality is superb, comparable to my Canon iP6000D Ink Jet Printer. Very easy to set up and I recommend using a Belkin USB2 10 ft.
Summary: Everything about this printer is top-notch! I used to send my color work to Kinko's. They do a great job, but expensive. This printer cost me $90 (plus shipping) by the time it was all over. I couldn't be happier with the performance and price.
Had this printer for 5 years now and it still works as new
Luis H, Amazon
23 January 2008
Summary: I bought this printer 5 years ago for 199 and I think it was the best investment I ever made. I finally graduated from inkjet printers which after a few uses you find that the supplies are too expensive to justify keeping it.