STARTER TONER = 150 prints! Ran out in my second day of ownership.....
justin bitner, Amazon
3 April 2016
Summary: So the print quality is great but BE AWARE. I received this printer YESTERDAY and TODAY ran out of black toner and there colors are at about half each so the starter cartridges give you 150 prints........ extremely sad for a laser printer that gets in the thousands of prints to a toner......
Summary: This printer is fine with usb but when connecting it with wireless it is annoying. The Dell site was not very helpful. In order to use it with our iPads we needed to install an app. That too is annoying. We have had other wireless printers that worked well with our devices.
Excerpt: This works great if all you're doing is plain paper printing. The toner cartridges seem to last a reasonable amount of time. However, the feeder does not work for less conventional surfaces like cardstock or transparency. So, if you mainly print documents, it's fine.
Summary: I Like the printer, but it won't take any heavier stock. If it's heavier than a price of standard paper, you have to push,it in there over and over to try and get it to receive, but it usually jams.
3rd One in 3 years. But it's a good printer nonetheless.
21 April 2013
Summary: This is our 3rd n1760nw in 3 years. They seem to break just about a month after the warranty runs out. However they are cheap to buy, the output is terrific and if you buy the toner from an after-market seller, they are not expensive to own.
Summary: PROS: -Low cost -Lifetime drum and fuser -Quiet running CONS: -Very high running costs -Slower than some inkjets -Yellow tint to photos You can get better value in a more flexible device from a similarly-priced inkjet all-in-one like this: http://amzn.to/1Kh06sr
Summary: Note that I speak about laser printers, while this is an LED printer it works the same way (as opposed to an inkjet) as laser by melting toner powder and fusing it to the page, so anything I say about laser printers applies to this one.
Summary: I am a very experienced network engineer. I have installed hundreds (if not thousands of printers) throughout my career. I do note that there is a distinct decline in the reliability of printers especially laser. That being said...the setup process is too involved for what it is trying to do.