Excerpt: Dell released eight laser-class printers with Dell Clear View LED technology and, at the time, introduced four of them as the smallest printers available on the market in each of their respective classes. Upon the introduction of the Dell 1350cnw office laser-class printer, it was held as the "world's smallest letter color laser-class network printer.
Pros: Extremely compact, Wireless, Good quality text and color printing, Helpful software and embedded web server
Cons: Frustrating control panel (LCD and controls), Print speeds way different than advertised
Summary: If you print a high volume of monochrome and color documents, the Dell 1350cnw color laser printer delivers strong results with a variety of wired and wireless networking options. As long as you're patient with its sluggish output speed and small LED screen, we recommend the Dell 1350cnw for use in a small business or home office.
Pros: Economical LED engine; wireless connectivity; easy installation; prints high-quality color documents; supports manual duplexing.
Summary: The Dell 1350cnw colour printer is distinctive for using LED technology instead of the more-common laser to create crisp results, as well as for including wireless connectivity (a still somewhat unusual feature among office printers).
Excerpt: Dell's 1350cnw is a compact colour laser-class printer that looks almost identical to the entry-level Dell 1250c we reviewed recently. Despite the similarity, however, the 1350cnw improves on the other printer's specification in several important ways: in addition to a USB port it supports both wired and wireless networking, has a small backlit control panel and comes with a multipurpose feed on top of the standard paper input tray.