Excerpt: Printing is very quiet, have not had any problems what so ever on any of the 3 printers I have in a very busy business environment. Prints fast enough to be pleased with (basically as fast as any office type printer should).
Summary: This printer is wonderful. It's quiet, fast, doesn't take up too much space. My only regret is that it is not 100% wireless. I have mine hooked up to my wireless router, so I still have to deal with another cable.
Summary: I got tired of inkjet printer problems so bought this B1260dn after doing a lot of research. I only print a few pages a day, sometimes nothing for several days, very light duty. It has printed 50+ sheets at a time on several occasions without fault. It's still going strong after 7 months and delivers clean copies even with the light use. I leave it in sleep mode so it wakes quickly and delivers every time. I also own 4 Dell laptops that have never failed either.
Summary: It is a nice small printer that is fast for it's size and has built in networking and duplexing. Pros: Small size Fast Fairly silent operation Network/Duplex Included Cons: Toner carts don't seem to last very long, even when I buy the high capacity ones. Envelopes come out slightly crinkled.
Excerpt: Printer serves its purpose as a monochrome printer used in office for printing documents. Rated it four stars due to great working and easy setup but deducted the 5th star due to a little noisy in operation.
Excerpt: Perfect little beast. Nice to have the eco function which prints little faded but is nice to have for temporary home printing where quality is not that important. This printer is small very low profile which I like it. The network connectivity and cloud printing is just awesome.
Summary: This printer is cheap, but Dell makes it up on the cartridges which are overpriced and refurbished products aren't available. It's slow to print the first page (about 5 seconds), but then churns them out quickly. The networking is iffy, especially because there are no drivers for Mac, but it works well enough (though slowly) on a Windows system. After a year with the thing, I've given up and gone to a new Brother printer - too much frustration with this Dell product.
Summary: We had to replace a perfectly good HP 1100 printer because Windows 8 did not have drivers. After some research, I chose the Dell B1260DN. It installed easily, works great, and outputs great quality. The only problem I had was setting the paper tray to allow paper to lay down flat. The instruction is only visual and the picture was not clear. You need to squeeze the blue clip and move the paper stop backwards.