Excerpt: If your old Dell C1660w colour printer is on its last legs and you're thinking of upgrading your small office or home printer, you'll be pleased to learn that Dell has a successor – with a few more useful features.
Excerpt: We’ve spent a lot of electronic ink telling you to avoid low-cost colour laser printers , because they’re all slow, with sparse features and worst of all, really expensive toner. We’d almost advise the same about the $249 (as of April, 2013) Dell C1760nw colour laser-class printer (it uses LED technology), but it has one thing going for it: impressive graphics quality, which is challenging to find on any office colour laser printer at any price point.
Pros: Outstandingly sharp text printing; quality graphic and photo printing
Cons: Pricey toner; average to slow printing times