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: 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.
Summary: I will start by saying the print quality is everything I expected from a consumer grade laser printer. I think it is good for making 10's of prints a day but probably not 100's. If I could stop here I would have given 5/5 stars.
Former owner 1350cnw which we had to abandon due to ...
Howard Hoyt, Amazon
26 December 2014
Summary: Former owner 1350cnw which we had to abandon due to false paper jams. I remain a fan of led printers. This particular series is small, fast enough, and contrary to popular opinion, the media is cheap enuff if you use OEM toner. I do have a BIG CAVEAT.
but other than that the printer works fine. It's a little slow
Don G., Amazon
15 September 2014
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.
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: 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).