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Dell 1320CN Network Printer with Two full sets of Dell Toners = £124.95 + £8.95 delivery £133.90 @ ijtdirect.
Dell 1320CN Network Printer with Two full sets of Dell Toners = £124.95 + £8.95 delivery £133.90 @ ijtdirect.

Dell 1320CN Network Printer with Two full sets of Dell Toners = £124.95 + £8.95 delivery £133.90 @ ijtdirect.

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Manufacturer's Description
Printing in colour is affordable!. With the Dell Colour Laser Printer 1320CN you'll never be restricted to monochrome printing again. Whether you're at home or in the office the 1320CN will enable you to print crisp, laser-sharp professional-quality colour documents, for office, home or school, quickly and easily. The 1320CN is easy to install and easy to use; consumables are easy to fit, and for maximum flexibility a wide range of media types are supported. Best of all, with its compact space-saving design and small footprint the 1320CN will fit onto any desk. With exceptional price performance and low running costs per printed page, the 1320CN is as reliable as a mono laser printer and easily adaptable to your growing business. It's robust duty cycle of up to 35000 pages per month makes it easy to keep up with the busiest office; the 1320CN is fitted with a fast USB connection for use as a personal printer and the builtin network adapter allows sharing the printer within a workgroup. From installation to management, the Dell 1320CN is easy to use, economical to operate and the perfect replacement for high running cost inkjet printers or as an upgrade for a monochrome laser.

Replacement Recycled toners

Recycled Black Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17122) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Recycled Cyan Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17123) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Recycled Magenta Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17124) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Recycled Yellow Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17125) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Review:

pcpro.co.uk/rev…0cn

60 Comments

very good deal, heat added. Morgan Computers have had a similar deal for some time for around £20 more, but I've never seen it this cheap. Good find, op!

This looks like a very good deal and doing a quick cost per print make it about 2.6 pence per page* which is very good. I am assuming the quality would be quite good for everyday plain paper printing.

* based on £12 per cartridge x 4 and at 1800 pages per set according the the sellers website prices

Original Poster

andyken

very good deal, heat added. Morgan Computers have had a similar deal for … very good deal, heat added. Morgan Computers have had a similar deal for some time for around £20 more, but I've never seen it this cheap. Good find, op!



Morgan and IJT are the same company, Thanks for the heat

Heh Play shows the cartridges nearer £30-£50 each. Make sure ya confirm the costs in advance otherwise ya can get stung bad. One Dell at work costs nearly £500 to replace all cartridges. Was gobsmacked they cost that much when had to get um ordered.

Original Poster

CyDoNiA

Heh Play shows the cartridges nearer £30-£50 each. Make sure ya confirm t … Heh Play shows the cartridges nearer £30-£50 each. Make sure ya confirm the costs in advance otherwise ya can get stung bad. One Dell at work costs nearly £500 to replace all cartridges. Was gobsmacked they cost that much when had to get um ordered.



This comes with Two sets of Dell Toners

Replacement Recycled toners

Recycled Black Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17122) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Recycled Cyan Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17123) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Recycled Magenta Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17124) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Recycled Yellow Toner for Dell 1320 (IJT code 17125) 3+ £10.95, 1-2 Our price £11.95

Edited by: "Geemac" 23rd Jan 2011

Personally this is the printer I would choose. There are hundreds of customer reviews out there, overwhelmingly positive.

Picked this up last time it was on. Great printer, printed off 6 months of stuff for uni (some 600 sheets) and still on first set of toners!

They never dry up like ink either, plus this printer is networkable and you can share it with the whole house.

On the downside it's kind of big. I didn't appreciate how big till I got it.

PCPro review here: pcpro.co.uk/rev…0cn

It warns of cost of replacement drum but might not be a problem for home user. Also look at UK Amazon where there are 74 reviews with 68 giving 4 or 5 stars.

Wish I could justify going for this but my mono HP Laserjet 2100 is still on its first toner cartridge 10 yrs on. Not a heavy user in all honesty but to network mine I had to use one of those little LPT print servers which was a pig to configure and uses another plug socket to power it.

Still tempting just for those reasons alone.

looks good

Someone pointed this out to me when I asked via a dealrequest, but the Mrs now wants an all-in-one instead as she needs copy & scan functionality - any suggestions?

very good printer but I need all-in-one - scanner is essential for me, if I have to buy it separately then this will take too much space as this printer is massive; is there a similar model but with scanner?

Awesome. In the market for a new printer. May just have to make the jump from Inkjet to Laser.

Is this one of those that comes with half full 'starter' toners?

-BA-

Wish I could justify going for this but my mono HP Laserjet 2100 is still … Wish I could justify going for this but my mono HP Laserjet 2100 is still on its first toner cartridge 10 yrs on. Not a heavy user in all honesty but to network mine I had to use one of those little LPT print servers which was a pig to configure and uses another plug socket to power it.Still tempting just for those reasons alone.



My LaserJet 4L turned 17 last month, still works beautifully

Original Poster

BlueDan

Is this one of those that comes with half full 'starter' toners?My … Is this one of those that comes with half full 'starter' toners?My LaserJet 4L turned 17 last month, still works beautifully



thanks for pointing out my mistake it comes with Two full sets of Toners
Edited by: "Geemac" 23rd Jan 2011

Ordered this a while back - it came with two sets of starter (1000-page) toners rather than the full 2000-page toners. After complaining we were sent another set of starter toners.

Anyone used this on a mac osx network?

works fine with my MAC over ethernet.

Drivers are on the DELL site

stek2010 - Jan 23, 2011 15:33Anyone used this on a mac osx network?



Yes, i use it with my macs. The printer is great, i've only replaced the black toner (£11ish) in a year... for home business use.

Thanks for the confirmation - ordered now, cheaper than a new set of HP Ink cartridges...

Spurs11

Yes, i use it with my macs. The printer is great, i've only replaced the … Yes, i use it with my macs. The printer is great, i've only replaced the black toner (£11ish) in a year... for home business use.

No worries, if i remember rightly i just had to download the latest mac driver...

userdrivers.com/Pri…OS/

Got one of these before Christmas. As a PGCE student, I have already printed a rainforest worth of paper with it.

It works very well. It is very tall and heavy so make sure you have enough space. It even does a good job on photos

Notes:
The toners supplied appear to be original Dell 1000 page starter ones, rather than 2000 page ones.
It is cheaper to buy the replacements from ITJ / Bentham on Ebay
They will ring you occasionally to try and sell you toners.

I have had this printer for over a year now and have had no complaints. It was on here for around the same price but with only 1 set of toners so is even better with 2 sets. I still have the original toners in there and they are nowhere near finished yet. Mine was also bought from IJTDirect and it was delivered on time and with no bother.

The only minor negative is once IJTDirect have your phone number, they will call you up and try and sell you other stuff (in my case more toner). So if you dont want all that just give them a number you dont use

Also, when I networked my printer I didnt know what IP Address it had aquired as it was on DHCP. I use an app for the iPhone that pings every IP address on your network. Once I found it I accessed it via a browser and the rest of the setup was easy peasy. It also has a USB port and I now have it shared from my Livebox which works a treat.

Isn't it a bit dodgy that on their advert that they say 2000 prints from one set of toners but then supply you with starter cartridges that only do 1000 pages.

Excellent Network colour laser printer for this money. Only thing I don't like is the marketing calls from IJT direct pushing the replacement cartridges, at least once in 3 months

LRGM

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Thought that myself. I like how it's the same price every time, even with the VAT hike.
Edited by: "marktime" 23rd Jan 2011

I've got a Samsung laser and it sais that it won't print on photo paper..
Is that the same with all laser printers?

You cannot print on inkjet photo paper, or any inkjet paper, as they have powdery coatings which will damage a laser printer. There are glossy papers designed specifically for use in laser printers however.

I've got one of these, from this lot and it's really good. Tis a bit big but as it's a network printer I put it upstairs out of view. Print quality is good and it's very fast, I press print in the front room and by the time I get upstairs it can do 10+ full colour pages. You can print pictures up to A4 size and they're fine although not up to the standard of an inkjet, documents are absolutely spot on. Toner is dirt cheap on ebay. I've had loads of hassle with inkjets (ink drying out, blocked jets etc) and I've had none of that with this. It is a bit fragile though, lots of little springs, a bit of the paper feed mechanism 'pinged off' yesterday, was easy to fix back on mind and I think you get a 2/3 year on site extended Dell warranty.
*TIP* If you do set it up as a network printer make sure you go into settings and give it a fixed IP address rather than dynamic otherwise when it changes IP Windows can't find it.
Edited by: "makkax1" 23rd Jan 2011

Original Poster

LRGM

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Less times than a lot of poundshop deals and the last time was 5 months ago

this offer has been around for ages. Good deal though and a great network printer. However, its big so no good if u have limited space.

Having previously bought and re-looking at replacement cartridges for my HP Deskjet 5150 I was starting to get a bit miffed with the cost (even for Asda/Tescos own brand). Having previously seen posts on here and online for this printer I decided to take the plunge. That was just over a week ago. The printer was fairly easy to set up and worked for the first two prints then it developed a fault! I called IJT and they gave me the contact for Dell as they oversee the technical support on this. Dell asked me what the fault code was, I told them, they said the Print Head was dead! They apologised and sent me a new one the next day. It's worked great since then. We don't print a great deal and so a Laser as opposed to an Ink Jet is better for us as the print heads dry out on the Ink Jets.

The Printer is large and is fairly heavy but nothing one person would struggle with. My advise is to follow the DVD set up guide as there are all sorts of yellow tapes to take out at certain points. I have ours plugged into the main PC via USB and into the router via Ethernet cable. A word of warning on that, like all printers these days, this printer does NOT come with a USB cable or the Ethernet cable. You can use your current cable and/or buy them fairly cheaply. I got the Ethernet cable for a few quid from Amazon and used my old printer's USB cable. It's not overly noisy when starting up but you'll certainly notice it but once it has started up it's almost silent unless printing and even then it's fairly quiet compared to the Ink Jet it replaced. Setting up the laptop to print to it remotely was simple and the prints come out as fast as they would if I printed from the PC via USB. Oh and print speed is VERY good compared to the old Ink Jet.

In terms of print 'quality', it's not mind blowing or anything but it is very good in my opinion. My son did some homework this morning and printed some documents out that include photos in the document. They are very nice looking. When photos/pictures are printed on a Laser printer they have a nice sheen to them and come out 'dry'. Ink Jets take a while to dry and look rather 'flat/dull' when printed on normal paper. As has been said, you cannot use a Laser Printer to print onto Ink Jet Photo Paper but if you just want a quick print of photos for documents or for kids DIY cards to grandparents etc then the quality is definitely fine for such things. I have a DSLR Camera and I really do care about photography. If I want 'nice' prints then I have them printed at a Photo Processing shop and/or the likes of Asda/Tesco etc. I would have done this whether I had a Laser or an Ink Jet.

I cannot think of anything else to add. If you want any more info I'll try and help. Even though I had a bad start to this printer (the fault), it certainly gets my vote. I REALLY like it.
Edited by: "Blasphemous" 23rd Jan 2011

got one last time - networked to macs and PCs - excellent quality for the cost.

It's a bit bulky but so what. I've only ever had one call from LJT about reordering and they gave up after I mentioned that they routinely post special offers on ebay for the cartridges which are much much cheaper than their phone offers. So much better than inkjets for regular letter printing... not nearly as good though for photos.

Very highly recommended and daft cheap!
Edited by: "FunkyMonkeyDooDa" 23rd Jan 2011

Forgot to mention, if you put the service tag into the Dell's Website you will find you have ~2 years Next Day Service on the printer

wow - thanks blinky... great advice!

Hi guys - just a quick note. On one set of replacemnet (compatable) carts the ink fill must have been low and they ran out very quickly. So I would advise to keep a spare set. Managed to get a whole set from Ebay for about £25 a few months ago, dont know if they are still available. Ans also picked up some short dated black tones for £5-ish from the JTF ebay site.

I would certainly reccomend - a bit large but reliable workhorse.

Hope this helps someone.

Printers good, but doesn't do dvd or cd labels (I needed mine to when i bought this) can get toners - compats - for reasonable price for this. I paid £133 for this and two sets of toners 6 months ago.

Super hot for me, I was looking at this yesterday and wow good offer. I've snapped one up ^.^
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