Dell 1720 Laser Printer (Unused) £39.00 @ MCS Technology (6 in stock)
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Dell 1720 Laser Printer (Unused) £39.00 @ MCS Technology (6 in stock)

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Found 16th Jan 2009
Dell 1720 Laser Printer

(Unused)
Complete with:
Power Lead

Toner

Installation CD (User Guide, Software and Drivers)
USB Printer Cable


Print speed : Up to 28 A4 pages per minute in black
Print resolution : 600 x 600 dpi (printer default)
Processor : 366 MHz ARM9 processor
Standard input drawer: Capacity 250 sheets (75 gsm stock) in covered drawer

Limited availability currently 6 in stock

10 Comments

These any good?

Original Poster

got one in our office and its okay

Unused = Refurished?

Prices do not include VAT.

Could not find if it included delivery... I suspect not. Maybe the OP can confirm and correct title to include VAT?

I only paid £50 for my Samsung ML-1210 laser printer several years ago so this doesn't seem a great deal unless it has something my Samsung doesn't have.

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Unused = Refurished?



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Prices do not include VAT. Could not find if it included delivery... I … Prices do not include VAT. Could not find if it included delivery... I suspect not. Maybe the OP can confirm and correct title to include VAT?I only paid £50 for my Samsung ML-1210 laser printer several years ago so this doesn't seem a great deal unless it has something my Samsung doesn't have.



Delivery for this is about 13 squid apparently...

Having had a quick look it may be okay for an office environment as it's main claim to fame seems to be fast printing and being built for large numbers of copies but for an average home user it looks like it may be a bit bulky and no cheaper than some of the neater units around like the Samsungs.

It's £95 + VAT + Delivery = £116.73 here (but brand new).

printerland.co.uk/aca…tml

Some reviews (though not that helpful) alatestreview-cnet.com.com/las…tml

We use the network version of this. It is basically a rebadged lexmark printer. Good if you need to do large print runs but they are a bit bulky to sit on a desk.

The main problem we have is after about 12 months of office use we have to change the rubber bands around the paper pickup roller as they get coated with paper dust and stop gripping the paper correctly. Some of that is our fault though for using cheap paper!

Dells cartridge refill service is good though. Send your old one back freepost and they send you a new one for half price.

like paper jams much? get this printer then, it'll make ur day jammin all day, especially with yellow colored paper fer sum reason

I've had a 1720dn at home for ages and it's a fantastic printer. £55+VAT Delivery is well under half of what I paid so I'm about to buy another for work.
And it's new.
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