smallest form factor color laser printer i could find. went thru three others first (bought, opened, returned)
Perspectech "Perspectech", Amazon
7 days ago
Summary: smallest form factor color laser printer i could find. went thru three others first (bought, opened, returned) that were all larger than spec sheets stated (what with doors, trays, powercords, papertrays that stick out). spent hours before settling on this one, fits nicely into built-in cabinet.
Summary: Warm up time is slow, but I kinda expected that. Print quality is very good, both B&W and color. Using the tray feeder for heavier weight paper or envelopes seems to give problems with printer jambs.
Summary: Great, little color printer (LED not traditional laser). Is both wired/wireless. Do not buy if you are planning on buying OEM cartridges, because they are about $60.00 each. But aftermarket kits for about $60 (4 colors) make it feasible.
Summary: Arrived. Package in good condition. I read the instructions, installed the software which automatically connects the printer. I used the usb cable that was included. Loaded paper. Printer says "Ready to Print" and shows up in the print que, plus I made it the default printer. Won't print.
Looks like I will stick with HP laser printers from now ...
6 May 2015
Summary: The first one we had worked for about two years, then the magenta cartridge broke, inside the machine, ruining it. Since I had almost full toner cartridges, I bought another. This one lasted for about two Months - and now it is smoking. As in, catching fire, with the factory cartridges.
Summary: This LED printer generates colorful brochures for networking and trade shows. The WiFi is the only disappointment. It has not connected to my AC or ABGN networks regardless of security protocols used. Wired it its a stud wireless it's a dud.
Wow... the photo quality on plain 96 bright paper is impressive.
Amazon Customer, Amazon
1 May 2015
Summary: I've had many PC printers starting in the mid 80s. Some, like my Brother LED B&W printer have proved to be life-long workhorse. Other Canon, Epsons and HP models have come and gone. They had all eventually failed in one way or another. This one was a bit of a stretch for me being a Dell brand.