Summary: The Dell isn't cheap, but its running costs are among the lowest available. Add strong output, some heavyweight specifications (with options that'll beef it up considerably) and network support as standard, and you have an excellent colour laser that should go down extremely well with small and medium-sized businesses.
Pros: Very low running costs, very expandable.
Cons: A little expensive outright, not the greatest hardware resolution.
Excerpt: Recent months have seen printer makers bring out ever cheaper colour lasers aimed at the home/small-office market, but there's still an important role for more heavyweight models. The Dell Colour Laser 3110cn, for example, offers full ethernet facilities as standard, and can handle a duty cycle of 60,000 pages per month. This is very much a printer for businesses.
Summary: Though its laser heritage makes it unsuitable for printing colour photographs, the CLP 3110cn is great for creating brochures, leaflets or general colour documents. Its initial affordability is matched by its low running costs and easy maintenance, and it should appeal to a wide range of users
Summary: Farvelaserprintere er for alvor kommet ned i pris, og denne maskine fra Dell er et godt eksempel på den nye generation. Den er stor sammenlignet med s/h-printere, først og fremmest på grund af de fire store farvetonerenheder, den rummer. Udpakning og opsætning er forbilledlig. Ikke bare er der en god kvikstart, der er også små detailvejledninger her og der. Og montering af tonerne kan næppe gøres nemmere.
Pros: Nem opsætning, Omgående udskrift, Enkel betjening, Høj hastighed