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Dell 1320CN Colour Network Laser Printer £79.99 + £1.99 P&P @ CDiscount
Dell 1320CN Colour Network Laser Printer £79.99 + £1.99 P&P @ CDiscount

Dell 1320CN Colour Network Laser Printer £79.99 + £1.99 P&P @ CDiscount

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Originally posted by theboss (content copied below) when it was £79.99, but expired when it went out of stock.

Apparently now back in stock at £69.99 (100% off from £317268.27?) + £1.99 P&P - or £21.98 delivered if you've got a £50 'cashback' voucher burning a hole in your inbox.[

edit: Now back to £79.99 0100 31/01/2009

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+ postage £1.99 per order.

RRP £149.99

Time limited offer on their site.

You can pay by 3 interest free payments of £26.66

Dell laser colour printer -network printer -black and white speed up to 16ppm -colour speed up to 12ppm

Produce professional quality colour prints at home with the 1320CN Colour Laser Printer from Dell.

Ideal for busy families or growing businesses the Dell 1320CN Colour Laser Printer offers incredibly low running costs per printed page, and an impressive print speed of up to 12 colour pages per minute (16 monochrome ppm). Youll also benefit from EasyFit cartridges so you wont waste time or effort changing messy ink.

The high quality, vibrant colour prints produced by the Dell 1320CN will rival any professional printing service, with a print resolution of up to 600x600 dpi, and can be yours at a fraction of the cost.

With the ability to share your Dell Laser Printer with multiple users on a home or office network, the 1320CN is a must for a busy printing environment, and promises to cater to all your needs.

The stylish ergonomic design of the trendy black 1320CN Printer is neat and compact, and will fit right into any home or office environment to always be on hand when you need it.

28 Comments

£79.99 on site!

also £26.66 * 3 is £79.98....

Says £79.99?

Cdiscount had a few problems before with their site. Another product I was viewing was £20 more than usual. There site also went down for a while. I asked them about it and said they are experiencing technical difficulties and the price will be back to what it was soon.

This is probably related.

Original Poster

Was pretty sure it said £79.99 when I added to basket - showed £69.99 in basket and checked-out at £71.98 - £50
Went back into site to check price - was still showing £69.99, then site crashed.

Have now amended first post to reflect current (?proper) price

edit: the 3 x £26.66 was from theboss' expired deal which I copied (and attributed)

Original Poster

Thanks, Added to deal

Just what I was looking for, a networked colour laser with a tiny footprint, at 30% less than Amazon are selling it for. Heat and rep.

whats the £50 cashback voucher?

Sorry cold from me - low original purchase price, very high TCO due to ridiculous price of Dell "bespoke" toners.

Would help if title was more explanatory, i.e. "Colour laser printer".

Just a pointer, the Dell cartridges are between 60 and 70 pounds each, and it takes 4.

"""whats the £50 cashback voucher?""""


probally account credit from previous deals ie 50% cash back on clothes etc

ukcobra;4255960

Just a pointer, the Dell cartridges are between 60 and 70 pounds each, … Just a pointer, the Dell cartridges are between 60 and 70 pounds each, and it takes 4.



I've got a Dell printer, model A940 that's nearly five years old now, and I just refill the cartridges. It's cost me less than £20 and I've still plenty of ink left in the bottles.

ukcobra;4255960

Just a pointer, the Dell cartridges are between 60 and 70 pounds each, … Just a pointer, the Dell cartridges are between 60 and 70 pounds each, and it takes 4.


I'd also hazard a guess that the ones that come with it are starter cartridges (i.e. not full ones).

Delightful91;4256170

I've got a Dell printer, model A940 that's nearly five years old now, and … I've got a Dell printer, model A940 that's nearly five years old now, and I just refill the cartridges. It's cost me less than £20 and I've still plenty of ink left in the bottles.


Link?

Delightful91;4256170

I've got a Dell printer, model A940 that's nearly five years old now, and … I've got a Dell printer, model A940 that's nearly five years old now, and I just refill the cartridges. It's cost me less than £20 and I've still plenty of ink left in the bottles.



Don't you mean toner as this is a laser printer we are talking about?:whistling:

With laser printers, I personally would only suggest using originals as they normally have a limited life span.
50 -60 per cartridge is cheap when you work out how many print outs you can get.
If it's 4,000 per toner, not much cost, but if it's only 1,00 prints then very expensive.

Personally I would recommend a laser over an inkjet if like me you only do occassional printing as ink's were forever drying out in my inkjet.
Inkjets are great if you do lots of photo's but I pop down to a supermarket for the cost of their prints......Just a thought

Riccothebear;4256821

Don't you mean toner as this is a laser printer we are talking … Don't you mean toner as this is a laser printer we are talking about?:whistling:With laser printers, I personally would only suggest using originals as they normally have a limited life span.50 -60 per cartridge is cheap when you work out how many print outs you can get.If it's 4,000 per toner, not much cost, but if it's only 1,00 prints then very expensive.Personally I would recommend a laser over an inkjet if like me you only do occassional printing as ink's were forever drying out in my inkjet.Inkjets are great if you do lots of photo's but I pop down to a supermarket for the cost of their prints......Just a thought



Very helpful, thanks. I also get the drying out porblem. How long can Toners last if not used much?

I'm in the market for a colour laser printer (networked) though I would really like to know beforehand if I can get refill kits for whichever printer I am looking at.

Most of the latest colour laser printers don't show up on toner refill sites so I'm always left with the options 1) hunt around to find an older model which has refills (often no longer in stock) or 2) pickup a new model and risk finding out there are no refills available.

£50 ex vat for a full refill kit here ]http//ww…spx

Looks liek a bit of a bargain to me - only just bought a ruddy mono laser printer to replace an ageing one d'oh!

Are these any good as photo printers, printing on photo paper?

This is a real bargain, Mine turned up today and as someone said you can refill it !. For about £50.00. Its very large printer so be warned however, Its awesome, And well do you want to know the best bit,

5 years onsite next day warranty !, I can only say faultless and bargain !

Nice web interface to to check ink levels paper tray etc

considering buying..

jakemuk, did you buy from cdiscount? and was warranty with dell or retailer?

where do you get refill toner ?

Ta

Do you need to reset the chips?

Got mine today too. I have to say 'small and neat' does not really describe it. It is smaller than most colour laser printers, maybe, but that is not saying much. The dimensions are 40cm wide, 42.2 cm deep, and 37 cm high. It is big and square and black and I suspect the wife is going to groan when she sees it perched in the back room, trying to hide behind the piano like a fat git trying to hide behind a lamp-post...

Further notes: The manual claims the cartridges are 'standard' ie 1000 pages as opposed to 2000 for the 'large'refills.

And it is NOT COMPATIBLE WITH APPLE MACS. There are no drivers for any flavour of OSX. Googling I came across one guy who succeeded in using a Xerox driver, but I haven't. Thanks for that Dell! Real versatile... not.

Beautiful interface though and the setup was extremely impressive.

jakemuk;4274821

5 years onsite next day warranty !, I can only say faultless and bargain !



Where did you get this?

stormjai;4278439

where do you get refill toner ?Ta



zinetic.co.uk/Del…spx

unclecuddles;4264291

Are these any good as photo printers, printing on photo paper?



I would also like to know if it is anygood with photos.

Jubjubbird;4278649

Do you need to reset the chips?



I would also like to know if you need them or if you have to make sure to refill the toner cartridges before the sensors/printer labels them as 'Low' or 'Empty'.

Jubjubbird;4278649

Do you need to reset the chips?



Anyone? :whistling:

Hi all,

Yeah you get the chips with the kit, I brought it off an online store,

The warranty is direct with deal, All dell products have a service tag, I checked mine online and had 5 years warranty on, As its a business printer

One thing i have noticed is, On the SSF (single sheet feeder), You have to watch it when it pulls in the paper as it tends to grip it to one side, Only noticed when i test a bit of a4, With label however as the paper is more sturdier it prints perfect,

For some odd reason on envolopes you get a crease on the backend, From google seems to happen in a few dells,

However that said as i said before its stonking value for money !

How well do toner refills work?

On injets, there always seem to be more problems with compatibles....getting blocked etc?

Any similar problems with toner refills or do they just work (like laser printers "just work" ..smoother/less hassle than injets??!!)
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