but other than that the printer works fine. It's a little slow
Don G., Amazon
2 weeks ago
Summary: The install was a bit tricky, I had to manually set up the IP address, but other than that the printer works fine. It's a little slow, compared to our HP mono laser P2035, but about the same or a bit faster than the HP8000 this replaced. Still a bit early for final judgement, as we haven't used it long enough to have to replace the toner yet.
Summary: If you are using ordinary multi purpose paper this LED printer works great. The quality of this LED printer is very impressive. But there are problems that you need to be aware if you plan to run brochure paper through this printer. if you are using coated paper or paper that is more than 20 lbs weight it seems to have problems with pushing those pages through the rollers.
Summary: Bought this to replace a dead HP Color laser. It works well and is about have the size/weight. The only issue is that the toner that comes with it prints maybe 5 pages (ok, I'm exaggerating but it isn't many pages). I ordered replacement high capacity toner at the URL below (my screen doesn't have insert product link) so I'll update if it works. It is significantly cheaper that genuine Dell toner.
Excerpt: I have not had this printer very long, but it seems to work well and the setup was easy. All new laser printers are set to use a lot of toner which drives me crazy. I could find any place to set the default to use less. I have an old laser which prints much lighter which is fine with me. Toner is also expensive. We have had similar Dell printers which are only designed to last for a certain length of time.
Pros: Compact Design, Easy To Set Up, Easy To Use, Sharp tones & colors
Excerpt: This replaced an older HP Laserjet 1012 for my home printer, so review is going to compare to that.<br /><br />Overall: it works well and as described. OSX 10.6x and Windows 7 both have no problems installing or printing to this printer sitting on our wireless network.<br /><br />Warm-up time from sleep is acceptable, if somewhat slower than the HP 1012 - feels like 15 to 30 seconds - and print speeds are on-par.
Summary: Print quality is good. I have an HP P1102W monochrome and am replacing it with this Dell. It is only slightly bigger in both length and width than the HP P1102W, so it takes up about the same amount of cabinet space and gives me a color option without having to have an additional inkjet device.
Summary: A good little printer. Does appear to have issues with Windows 8.1 though. Even downloading the 8.1 driver from Dell website, some items don't print when using 8.1.Most noticeable is when trying to print pictures, just generates an error message of "unable to print". No indication of why. The same pictures print OK from other OS, or through the Android App. The printer Test Page also prints differently in Windows 8.1 from other OS.