Pros Once you have reached Dell printer service in Manila, they will do their level best to transfer you here and there until you hang up in frustration. They are so good at hide-and-seek, after two or three days on hold, you forget why you called them
Cons Where to begin, toner cost more than printer, poor color copies, frequent paper jams, non-existant service, crinkles envelopes, all in all, Dell is giving away 1320c with hopes you'll buy toner. A typical razor blade marketing scenario.
Summary Dell can solve this problem by standing behind their products, unfortunately, they have outsouced their problems to a company in Manila whose mantra is to make the complaints go away. It's a marvellous tactic.
Pros Small Footprint. Easy Setup. Decent Price.
Cons Toner carts are way expensive and don't last as advertised.
Summary Multiple calls to Dell has (gee...big surprise!!) yielded no help. Toner carts that are rated for 2000 copies are running out around 300-400. They are $82 each and you buy the individual colors. The low price doesn't seem to be worth it. Will put this sucker on Craigs List soon. Not a Bargain!!!
Pros easy to setup
Cons incredible expensive to operate. ive paid for this printer many times over in ink. they ive you the printer for a reasonable value then rape you on the toner...BUY A KYOCERA
Pros -bargain on dell.be, only cost me 150 eur or so(4 years ago, with a discount)
-quite robust (it gets moved every once and a while, sometimes a hit from my foot (under my desk)),
but still the same printing quality :D
-i think it's quite fast, and with to
Cons -if it's for home use it's quite large (gotta keep it under my desk to spare room)
-trying to get a dell 1320c network key adapter, but can't get it in europe anymore...
Summary pro's outweigh cons (for me at least) if i would go back 4 years ago i'dd buy the same printer again,
if i'd buy one today, i'd pick a smaller one...
Pros None, that I can think of.
Cons After time, the printing on the left side of the page fades. If you look on the internet, this is a fairly common problem. Dell suggestion didn't work... Replace Drum @ $150+ didn't work. Loud
Summary Dell should stick with just selling computers.