Dell E514dw Multifunction Laser Printer, Scanner, Copier [WiFi, AirPrint, Duplex, ADF…] £65.56 @ Amazon
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Dell E514dw Multifunction Laser Printer, Scanner, Copier [WiFi, AirPrint, Duplex, ADF…] £65.56 @ Amazon

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Found 19th Jul 2016
Seems a reasonable price for a WiFi All-in-one. Cheap replacement toners at around £18 each (2600 pages). Windows, Apple and smartphone compatible.

Print technology: Laser
Printing: Mono
Copying: Mono.
Print speed (black, normal quality, A4/US Letter): 27 ppm
Maximum resolution: 600 x 600 DPI
Standard printer languages: Microsoft XPS, PCL 6, PostScript 3.
Maximum copy resolution: 600 x 600 DPI
Copy speed (normal quality, black, A4): 19 cpm
Copier resize: 25 - 400%. Optical scanning resolution: 600 x 1200 DPI Maximum scan resolution: 19200 x 19200 DPI, Scan type: Flatbed & ADF.
Standard input capacity: 250 sheets, Paper input type: Paper tray, Sheetfed, Maximum input capacity: 251 sheets
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£16 ? from who?
OOS
sowotsdis

£16 ? from who?



See above

ian_uk1975

OOS



Temporarily out of stock. Order now and we'll deliver when available.
It's £18 delivered
sowotsdis

£16 ? from who?

ian_uk1975

OOS



Thought you weren't allowed to self promote in this site?
Messiah

Thought you weren't allowed to self promote in this site?



Damn! I tried so hard to hide the fact I own Amazon
Edited by: "topss" 19th Jul 2016
can this print double sided?
qazsed321

can this print double sided?



​Yes it can.
topss

Damn! I tried so hard to hide the fact I own Amazon



You are Jeff Bezos and claim my £5...
bought one recently, fantastic printer, works with my Android Dell Document app, Chromebook and my Ubuntu. it feels like it's worth much more. note that it comes with a starter toner (like most new printers do)
only if it was colour one at that price.....
I'd expect a colour laser for that price!!
Brilliant price. But I really need a colour one to replace my current 10 year old Dell Colour Laserjet.
Sphere

I'd expect a colour laser for that price!!



That has Wifi / Scanner and Duplex... Please find me this deal?
xp2500

That has Wifi / Scanner and Duplex... Please find me this deal?


+1, I'd buy this one but the OH demands colour for some reason....
fab price... but like the majority on here.. need a colour one
topss

Damn! I tried so hard to hide the fact I own Amazon



Lol thought it was Amazon market
PR1

+1, I'd buy this one but the OH demands colour for some reason....



exact same situation... guess we will have to wait for Sphere to find us one.
Need to replace my Dell 1320c - so need colour, but a great deal for a duplex printer
Excellent price

Is the paper feed tray enclosed or does it have a flap that needs to stay open?
Edited by: "simba2585" 19th Jul 2016
simba2585

Excellent price Is the paper feed tray enclosed or does it have a flap … Excellent price Is the paper feed tray enclosed or does it have a flap that needs to stay open?



Enclosed tray.
I've been on the hunt for a heavy duty printer, just for black and white.

does this fit the bill?
ukting

I've been on the hunt for a heavy duty printer, just for black and … I've been on the hunt for a heavy duty printer, just for black and white.does this fit the bill?



According to the Dell website:


Monthly Duty Cycle (max) 10000 pages

Recommended Monthly Volume 300 - 1000 pages
Muir

According to the Dell website:Monthly Duty Cycle (max) 10000 pages … According to the Dell website:Monthly Duty Cycle (max) 10000 pages Recommended Monthly Volume 300 - 1000 pages


so it's suggesting that I shouldn't print more than 1000 pages a month?
ukting

so it's suggesting that I shouldn't print more than 1000 pages a month?



How many pages do you intend to print?

Obviously you would need to weigh up cost per page when printing at several thousand a month.
Gets poor reviews, especially when it comes to basic text quality:
uk.pcmag.com/del…4dw
Great deal and I can get in next day with prime
topss

How many pages do you intend to print? Obviously you would need to weigh … How many pages do you intend to print? Obviously you would need to weigh up cost per page when printing at several thousand a month.


not many at all, probably 100 at the most.

but i want a good build printer as I have ambitions of making a mini office.
ukting

not many at all, probably 100 at the most. but i want a good build … not many at all, probably 100 at the most. but i want a good build printer as I have ambitions of making a mini office.



So you're well under Dells recommended usage (1000 prints). Plus they quote that figure to try up-selling you to a more expensive one. It's rated for upto 10,000 pages a month, which I doubt many home/small office users will exceed. The 10,000 duty cycle is there to protect Dell over warranty claims and to differentiate it from other printers they sell.
Seems really good but be warned I've had nothing but trouble from my dell b2375dfw whenever I use airprint from my macbook or iphone it goes bananas.
should I buy this even if I'm a light user??
I would probably print a few pages every month or two. I don't want the toners to go to waste
Got too excited as I skimmed thinking this was a colour laser. Still, HEAT.
thought it was a piano from the thumbnail O.O
darudey

bought one recently, fantastic printer, works with my Android Dell … bought one recently, fantastic printer, works with my Android Dell Document app, Chromebook and my Ubuntu. it feels like it's worth much more. note that it comes with a starter toner (like most new printers do)


hows the print quality/speed?
Hot, can't find a colour laser anywhere near this price!
amorebargains

Hot, can't find a colour laser anywhere near this price!



eh - its not colour. what you on about

hot deal Op BTW
PR1

+1, I'd buy this one but the OH demands colour for some reason....



Oh into kinky stuff eh?
What I've learnt over the years is to just buy the cheapest pile of crap, if you need anything serious printing, then pay for a professional. Spent £400 on a printer as I thought it would last... it lasted 6 months, so I bought one for £250 last year, it lasted about 10 months. **** before that I only ever spent £50 on one and would get through one a year..... they're all ****! The ink sucks, they over charge you for everything...

When are Apple gonna make a printer?
Apple printer history

Apple's first printer cost $7000!!

they decided eventually that Macs and phones were more profitable.

now we have £66 lasers...

Edited by: "railwaygun" 19th Jul 2016
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