Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer £89.99 @ Ebuyer - HotUKDeals
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Dell C1760NW Wireless Colour Laser Printer

Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi
Speed: Up to 15 ppm
Paper Capacity: 150-sheet Tray
Connection: USB, Network, WiFi
Mobile Device Printing

Easy to use and affordable, with networking versatility
Get brilliant, high-quality colour prints from an easy-to-use and affordable printer. DellTM C1750nw with built-in Ethernet and WiFi helps enhance office efficiency.
Share over a network: Experience versatile and easy network connectivity with embedded Ethernet and WiFi1
Print from mobile devices: Print directly from AndroidTM mobile devices with Dell Mobile Print app2 or from iOS mobile devices with Mobile Print App for Dell (available in Jan 2013).2
Save resources: Keep maintenance low with a drum and fuser unit that is designed to last the life of the printer. ENERGY STAR®-qualified printer optimizes energy efficiency with innovative LED technology.
Windows® 8 compatible
Efficiency comes naturally-

Space saving design:
Print brilliant colour from a compact design that helps save space in small to midsize businesses and home-office environments. Speed through tasks:
Print up to 15 ppm in black (A4) and up to 12 ppm in colour (A4)3 with 150-sheet input tray, 10-sheet bypass tray and 100-sheet output bin. Print from mobile devices:
Print directly from AndroidTM mobile devices with Dell Mobile Print app2 or from iOS mobile devices with Mobile Print

Cheap full set of toner cartridges available for £19.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331155177662?clk_rvr_id=687628136724
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fzl91
how many pages can it print?

Depends how much paper you have got.

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3 Likes #1
Cheap full set of toner cartridges available for £19.99
http://www.ebay.co.uk/itm/331155177662?clk_rvr_id=687628136724

Edited By: mikerr on Aug 29, 2014 20:00: now even cheaper
2 Likes #2
excellent printers. The dpi may be lower than inkjets but the end result is far superior. The ink never dries up so you can leave it unused for months and it'll spring into life with no fuss. Probably the cheapest printer to run as well.
2 Likes #3
Simulacra
excellent printers. The dpi may be lower than inkjets but the end result is far superior. The ink never dries up so you can leave it unused for months and it'll spring into life with no fuss. Probably the cheapest printer to run as well.

I agree, had mine since December, great performance, good WIFI, seems well built and Amazon or Ebay have alternative sets of complete cartridges for £22 to £25. Can't comment on how long the original starter cartridge lasts because I'm still using it! I do use another old Samsung for black and white stuff to preserve the Dell.
#4
Gutted. I bought a new inkjet a few weeks ago because I couldn't find a cheap enough colour laser :(
#5
Tempted. Are these any good for printing photos (just the odd one or two for children's school projects)?

Would I be better off going for the Cannon Pixma MG 4250 also posted on hukd recently?
#6
Great, thanks mikerr!
#7
Ralph888
Simulacra
excellent printers. The dpi may be lower than inkjets but the end result is far superior. The ink never dries up so you can leave it unused for months and it'll spring into life with no fuss. Probably the cheapest printer to run as well.

I agree, had mine since December, great performance, good WIFI, seems well built and Amazon or Ebay have alternative sets of complete cartridges for £22 to £25. Can't comment on how long the original starter cartridge lasts because I'm still using it! I do use another old Samsung for black and white stuff to preserve the Dell.

If it's anything like my 1250c 2 and a half years. I have only just had to replace my black toner a couple of days ago.
1 Like #8
damop
Tempted. Are these any good for printing photos (just the odd one or two for children's school projects)?

Would I be better off going for the Cannon Pixma MG 4250 also posted on hukd recently?

Photos for children's projects should be fine, most colour printing should be fine, and with a laser print the colours won't run if the paper gets damp. It is only where you need high quality arty stuff that a good quality inkjet and proper photo paper comes into its own.
#9
If memory serves me right these are made for Dell by Xerox and to be pedantic are not laser printers as they used LEDs instead of a laser to produced the image on the drum.
#10
damop
Tempted. Are these any good for printing photos (just the odd one or two for children's school projects)?

Would I be better off going for the Cannon Pixma MG 4250 also posted on hukd recently?

The photos are not great, but given how cheap it is to get prints delivered from the web, I tend to take that route.

School stuff will be okay, but you wouldn't want to hang them in a frame.
#11
I've got the black only version. These are rebadged samsung's which helps with getting cheap replacement cartridges. Very good reviews. So much better than my inkjet. Wish I'd made the change sooner.

Quiet, quick, no wastage, tiny.
#12
how many pages can it print?
16 Likes #13
fzl91
how many pages can it print?

Depends how much paper you have got.
#14
carltonbp
I've got the black only version. These are rebadged samsung's which helps with getting cheap replacement cartridges. Very good reviews. So much better than my inkjet. Wish I'd made the change sooner.

Quiet, quick, no wastage, tiny.

Dell use different manufacturers for their laser printers.

Lexmark for mono, although they have been known to use Samsung
Xerox for colour
#15
very good
#16
im sure i paid 149 for this 4-5 months ago, will not be going back to inkjet, never had one problem with this.
#17
bought. Thanks op. Great find
#18
Looks a cracking deal. I have the 1320, love it. I'd buy this without blinking if I needed to replace my trusty Dell 1320.
#19
Blasphemous
Looks a cracking deal. I have the 1320, love it. I'd buy this without blinking if I needed to replace my trusty Dell 1320.


My 1320 has an issue with appearing offline regularly does yours?
#20
the_dorset_knob & nomnomnomnom thanks for the replies. Nothing to hang up. Can you still put photo paper in these?
#21
So tempted, looks a great printer and the toner is cheap.
#22
so tempted but not sure I can justify it. not.long since I got an inkjet scanner/copier
#23
seems like a cracking deal! brought a dell 3330dn last year its a mono laser printer but does the job fine at the moment. voted hot
#24
the_dorset_knob
carltonbp
I've got the black only version. These are rebadged samsung's which helps with getting cheap replacement cartridges. Very good reviews. So much better than my inkjet. Wish I'd made the change sooner.

Quiet, quick, no wastage, tiny.


Dell use different manufacturers for their laser printers.

Lexmark for mono, although they have been known to use Samsung
Xerox for colour


The mono is the rebadged ML-2165 http://www.samsung.com/uk/consumer/print-solutions/print-solutions/mono-printers/ML-2165/XEU
#25
Very tempted, but I'm still waiting for a cheap duplex with a scanner function. *waits in hope* :)
1 Like #26
I've never owned a laser printer. How long does the toner last compared to ink jet cartridges? Are they more economical?
#27
Great price xD
#28
Wish this had auto duplex
3 Likes #29
Redfist
I've never owned a laser printer. How long does the toner last compared to ink jet cartridges? Are they more economical?

Much, the toner does not dry out so you can leave them for weeks or months without using them. I go through periods where I need to print and my one (uses the same cartridges as this one) has just run out of black toner a little shy of 2 and a half years after purchase. Probably printed about 300-400 pages in that time and a few images as part of that figure too. Added to that the printer came with a starter cartridge (not fully filled) and I think it was great value for money.

As I replaced the black toner cartridge the other day I've just picked up a new replacement 3rd party one for £7 on Amazon (compared to the same equivalent one from dell being £60). The last full set of colour and black toner I got when I picked the printer up cost me £18 so.

If you don't require photo printing then they are great value for money as you don't really run out of toner that easily where inkjets can sometimes be a case of a cartridge that's a week old can dry out and you need to buy a new one. On the other hand if photo quality printing is required and you'd prefer to do it at home then I'd steer clear of a laser entirely, but laser printers do produce perfectly acceptable images for documents that are clear and crisp (they just look a little more washed out compared to glossy photo paper from an inkjet).

K1LLER HORNET
Wish this had auto duplex

It's got manual and tbh it's not that hard to flip the pages. For £90 it's hard to argue with that feature being missing given the rest of the specs.
2 Likes #30
Redfist
I've never owned a laser printer. How long does the toner last compared to ink jet cartridges? Are they more economical?

I bought this http://www.hotukdeals.com/deals/xerox-phaser-6110n-network-colour-laser-277152 over 5 years ago and I'm still on the same original toners. I haven't even used the extra black that came with it.
It works as good as it did the first day I got it.
I don't print everyday but it gets hammered every now and then.
#31
Been this price for many months. Very good price, but an existing deal, as opposed to 'hot'.
#32
Canon M5350 packed up after 13 months.,. 38 days out of warranty.
kids hammer printer for homework so this should work out cheaper. Ordered
Thanks OP!
#33
is this the same one that was £50 a while back from tesco?
1 Like #34
fweddy
is this the same one that was £50 a while back from tesco?

No different model. You're thinking of the 1250c. This is the same basic printer but adds wireless to the mix.
#35
lucas
Blasphemous
Looks a cracking deal. I have the 1320, love it. I'd buy this without blinking if I needed to replace my trusty Dell 1320.

My 1320 has an issue with appearing offline regularly does yours?
No mate.
#36
I've got the C1765NFW (basically the same printer unit but with a flatbed scanner on top) and I'm thrilled with it. Coming from a horrible Sagem/Philips mono fax laser copier unit, there is a night and day difference. Still on the original toners and they seem to be lasting very well for 'starter' toners. Would definitely buy another or recommend to a friend. For information I got mine for £124.99 on a previous deal - had to pay the premium as needed a scanner, otherwise I'd happily have dropped £89.99 on one of these.
#37
Had the 1250C for nearly 2 years. Still on the original set of toners (although all 3 colours are flashing that they are low). If it was my inkjet I would be on the 5th set at least (probably more).

As already mentioned not great for photo printing, but absolutely fine for school projects etc. Very fast compared to inkjets, just works, never any hassle.

Will never go back to inkjet after all the hassle with blocked heads.
#38
£74.99 now.
#39
£89.99 for me..
#40
It's a great printer. I got one last year at £129 from amazon. Costs me about £25 a year to run using third party toners off eBay. Problem free

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