Dell 1320C Network Colour Laser Printer- Full Toners Included £114.72 delivered @ebuyer
Dell 1320C Network Colour Laser Printer- Full Toners Included £114.72 delivered @ebuyer

Dell 1320C Network Colour Laser Printer- Full Toners Included £114.72 delivered @ebuyer

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Been looking for a printer for university for a short while now, after carefully looking at this deal


realised people have had bad experiences with them. Cheaper and a better seller, what else can i say

Print Speed - 16 ppm mono, 12 ppm colour
Resolution - 600 x 600 dpi
Input Capacity - 250-sheets
Output capacity - 150-sheet bin
Duty Cycle - Up to 35,000 pages per month
Interfaces - 10/100BaseT Ethernet,
USB 2.0 High Speed supported (Type B connector)


Bought this from IJT the last time it came up here on Hotukdeals for £133 including two sets of toners.

Printer is very good, but large cube shape - make sure you have the room for it.

The IJT one networked really easily.

This one is probably shipped with the 1000 page toners.

Overall: excellent printer as long as you have the space!!

We've a few of these at work and they're fairly decent units that don't tend to let us down; good price too!

Looks good value and doing a quick search None OME toners range from £24 - £49 per set whilst Genuine Dell costing £129 to £179 for full set of 4 B-Y-C-M and reseting Chip from £16

An excellent printer, Lexmark underneath and seen these things take a hell of a hit from Students with 200-500 page print runs without stopping apart from paper refills.

You will no doubt see a good 10k pages from the full toners, black will go first and compatible ones sometimes flag up errors on these machines, but if they are guaranteed all is well.

I bought one from ebuyer. It came with starter toner. It is not what they claimed 'full toner'

Hmmmm...if only it had a scanner!

Bought this printer from IJT.. had nothing but problems with it... cartridges do not last to print out the 'recommended' amount of copies.. had problems with IJT cartridges also.. putting brand new cartridges in the machine, and then they were not recognised.. therefore, you could use at least 3 cartridges before finding one that will actually be accepted. Every time we change a cartridge, the printer removes itself from the device manager, making it unrecognisable from the PC.. this happened on 3 separate PC's also!.. not just the one!!.. Contacted Dell... told me to try original cartridges.. which cost a fortune, and machine still not working properly!.. it may be that I've got a faulty printer.. but its been a nightmare from day one!!
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