Summary: Clear, clean, full color laser prints. I expect the thru-put to be sufficient for my small office needs. Only minor drawback is the Single Sheet Feed is just that, single sheet. It would be nice to be able to feed an alternate stock more than one sheet at a time without having to manipulate the one paper tray.
Summary: Great color laser printer with duplex. High quality prints. Photos are near framing quality. It is kind of loud when it turns on and not quite as loud while printing. The print quality and duplexing capabilities make it worth the noise though. Only comes with starter cartridges, not full ones.
Summary: I purchased this product to do craft projects for a Christian organization. It performs very well so far. I have used it for numerous projects and would purchase it again. The only very minor issue is that when I printed pages "in bulk" meaning 80 copies, it must have gotten too hot or something because the print quality depleted significantly. At about copy number 40 or so, the printer began dumping black powder all over the back of my project when it came out.
Summary: Just a quick comment - though the printer met my expectations, and I was very satisfied with it, I ran out of toner on the starter cartridge (cyan) quite quickly. This is OK, and I expected it. I entered an order for a replacement cartridge when it was 2/3 used. It is now almost a month later, and Dell has yet to ship me a cartridge. At this point, it is less than a doorstop, since it is hard to move.
Summary: I bought this printer to replace a Dell 1320 Colour Laser Printer which failed after a couple of years of light business use. It arrived on time and in perfect condition. The 1350cnw is much smaller and lighter than the 1320 and would probably fit on most desktops. It's closer in size to an inkjet. Connecting it wirelessly was a bit of a fiddle but I managed it in the end. It's easier if your router has WPS.
Summary: I am thrilled with this printer. I have used budget compatible cartridges and output is excellent when printing text. £32 to replace all the toners with high yield versions and over 2000 pages! Who can afford an inkjet. No blocked nozzles, works first time everytime. Can't get the wireless thing to work but otherwise an excellent printer for the home.
Summary: I bought this printer to replace a Samsung wireless colour laser printer, which at just over a year old had run out of toner for the first time, and I was amazed to see that I could buy a whole new laser printer from Dell, complete with toner (with yield of 2000 pages) for CHEAPER than I could buy a set of Samsung toner cartridges (with a yield of 1000 pages)!!!!!!! how can this be logical?
Summary: Well, to answer my own question, the cost of replacement cartridges. The kit itself is fine. Setting up the wireless connection was diverting rather than simple but I got there. Once it's set up it works reliably well for my wife and me and our two laptops. Lack of wires a distinct benefit. My printer came with a european plug on it.
Summary: I bought a Dell 1350 CNW from an Amazon reseller about three months ago. Whilst not the cheapest colour Laser around, I chose the Dell because the toner cartridges are a reasonable price, unlike some other makes where you might as well go and buy a new printer when the cartridge needs replacing. Anyway, delivery was smooth and quick from Bentham. No problems on that front. Installation is a bit involved, half dismantling the printer to remove all the packing tapes . . .