Summary: There are only 2 reasons to own this printer. 1) Someone gave it to you for free. 2) You only want to print out a one-page letter once a year. Otherwise, forget it. The ink cartridges cost an arm and a leg, and for what? The print quality...
Summary: If i could give this product ZERO stars i would but thus, i am left with one. First, the printer eats ink like no other. Second, i got error warning on the printer head 14 months after i bought it. So it does not work now. The previous dell printer lasted me almost 8 yrs.
Summary: I had used my p513w printer less than a dozen times when I received an error message telling me that the cartridges needed to be replace but once I had done this the error message changed to printer head problem.
Summary: I will say that when I can connect to the printer that it works as advertised. Unfortunately when it is running on its wireless it will just stop responding. I can usually get it working again with some combination of power cycling the printer, rebooting my wireless router, rebooting my PC, and...
Summary: My first comment is that this is not really a Dell printer and you can see this on installation where it is clear that it is a Lexmark printer. We purchased this printer for a small office for our color prints -the other printers in the office are monochrome lasers- to replace an old HP 9760.
Summary: This has been the worse printer I have ever used. It jams every time you use two sided printing has major ink head problems and now after maybe 400 pages the print head has died. I called Dell, but they do NOT sell parts for this item.
Summary: I've had this printer for nearly a year and a half and have no complaints with the printing itself or the amount of ink it goes through. My problem from day one has been its wireless capabilities.