Summary: The quality of the printing is excellent. I couldn't be happier with that - however - every few weeks I have to uninstall and reinstall the software because my computer (running Windows 7) will show that the printer is printing but then nothing happens.
Summary: Although the colors are a little deep, the printer does a nice job of printing professional quality images at a low cost... the 3rd party toner replacements are about $100 and they are supposed to last for about 2500 sheets which is a great deal in this market...
Summary: This is my first foray into home-office color laser printing, and so far the results have been quite satisfying. This printer is a fantastic value at about $250, and it's even better if you avail yourself of generic printing supplies (results still pending on this one).
Summary: I mostly use this printer to print photos on plain paper and then laminate them. The result looks like very nice laminated color prints. Business charts look great. I have fed greeting card envelopes with no issues.
Hands down, the best printer, and most economical printer I've ever bought.
10 April 2012
Summary: I'd been looking, reading, evaluating printers for a long time before finally deciding on this purchase, and have been very pleased with my decision, having used the printer now for some time. I definitely made the right decision.
Summary: I Purchased this Color Laser Printer after doing extensive online reviews and scant in-person reviews at office supply stores. I intend to use this for personal use, not business. I decided on the Dell 2150cdn finally, because of price and toner cost. I compared with Brother and HP color lasers.
Summary: My wife and I bought this Dell 2150cdn duplex color laser printer to replace a Dell 3100cn color laser printer (with a duplex attachment we had to purchase separately). The Dell 3100cn was a fine printer until it ran out of black toner.