Summary: While this printer is fast, and printing results are good most of the time, it has some problems. I've had this printer for 6 months, and it has begun leaving smudge marks at page tops when I print large jobs, and yesterday I noticed that it is starting to leave other smudges in middle of the pages. Also, colors are not as sharp as I would like. Yes, it was a good price, but now I wish I had taken my $300 and put it toward a better quality printer.
Summary: This thing is mediocre. We bought it to replace a previous dell. It often has issues and beeps at us. It requires a lot of interaction if you change paper or a setting. And it appears to be slowly melting on the inside. So yes it's cheap and mostly gets the job done but everyone in your office may be upset with you for buying it. It seemed to get yelled at a lot in ours.
Summary: Chews through ink at an alarming rate. Wish I'd bought something else as this is proving very expensive. The wifi options are very basic. We bought it so that laptops could connect directly to the printer, like our previous printer did (ad-hoc wifi). But this one required both the printer and the laptop to be connected to another wifi access point (infrastructure wifi) which doesn't suit us well.
Summary: The 1320cn (presumably an older model to this ?) worked well for the first year. Out of the box and producing lovely crisp documents within minutes. Several cartridge changes without problem. Then had to change Magenta cartridge. The machine refused to recognise the new cartridge or even the old one. And will not print in mono if a colour cartridge is missing, which seems a bit dumb. Dell are absolutely useless.