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Dell 5100cn Printer Review

With a monthly duty cycle of as much as 90,000 pages per month, the Dell 5100cn is a powerful, high quality color printer that is designed to meet the needs of a medium office. The Dell 5100cn is compatible with Windows based operating systems, including Windows NT, Windows 98, Windows ME, Windows 2000 and Windows XP. The Dell 5100cn is network ready, and needs only a wired Ethernet connection and a high speed USB cable for connectivity.

Dell 5100 Printer

This printer comes with a standard media capacity of 650 sheets, with the option to upgrade the page capacity to as much as 2150 sheets. The average print speed of the Dell 5100cn is 35 pages per minute for black and white and 25 pages per minute for full color prints. The Dell 5100cn prints with a resolution of 600 dpi by 600 dpi, so you can be certain your prints will come out with high quality. For printing in black and white and full color, the Dell 5100cn uses four Dell toner cartridges. These Dell 5100cn toner cartridges come in black, magenta, cyan, and yellow, and are designed to print a high volume of pages with high quality. The black Dell toner cartridge can print as much as 9000 pages, while the magenta, cyan, and yellow Dell toner cartridges can print as much as 8000 pages.

The Dell 5100cn measures only 16.8 inches wide, 22.9 inches deep, and 18.2 inches high, making it a compact print solution. This printer comes with a 400 MHz processor, and 128 MB of memory. The memory in this printer can be upgraded to as much as 640 MB.

Overall specs:

  • Print Speed: 35 ppm monochrome, 25 ppm color
  • Duty cycle: 90,000 pages
  • Memory: 128 MB upgradable to 640 MB
  • Connectivity: High speed USB
  • Measurements (WxDxH): 16.8 in x 22.9 in x 18.2 in
  • Resolution: 600 dpi by 600 dpi

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Dell 5110cn Printer Review

The Dell 5110cn is a workgroup laser printer well suited for a large office. The Dell 5110cn boats a monthly duty cycle of as much as 95,000 pages, and measures only 16.9 inches wide, 22.8 inches deep, and 19.6 inches high, making it an ideal choice for an office that may not have a lot of space to spare.

For connecting to a workgroup, the Dell 5110cn needs only a wired Ethernet connection and a high speed USB cable that can be purchased from most computer supply retailers. The Dell 5110cn is compatible with Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows XP, Mac OS X, Unix and Linux based systems.

For printing in black and white and color, the Dell 5110cn uses one black Dell toner cartridge and one color Dell toner cartridges that contains yellow, cyan, and magenta. These Dell 5110cn toner cartridges can produce a high page yield. The color Dell toner cartridge can print as much as 8000 pages, while the black Dell 5110cn toner cartridges can print 10,000 pages. The Dell 5110cn can support a page yield of 2150 pages, and can print with a resolution of 600 dpi by 600 dpi. The Dell 5110cn can print a speed of 35 pages per minute for color, and 40 pages per minute for black and white.

The Dell 5110cn is powered by a 400 MHz processor, and comes with 128 MB of memory installed. This memory can be upgraded to as much as 1.125 GB. This printer is energy star qualified.

Overall specs:

  • Print Speed: 35 ppm color and 40 ppm monochrome
  •  Paper Capacity: 2150 sheets
  •  Memory: 128 MB standard, upgradable to 1.125 GB
  •  Resolution: 600 dpi by 600 dpi
  •  Connectivity: High speed USB
  •  Duty Cycle: 95,000 pages/month
  •  Measurements (WxDxH): 16.9 in x 22.8 in x 19.6 in

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Dell 2330dn Printer Review

The Dell 2330dn is a monochrome laser printer well suited for a small to medium sized office that needs a compact printer that can handle a heavy workload. Measuring only 16.8 inches wide, 14.6 inches deep and 10.1 inches high and with a monthly duty cycle of 50,000 pages, the Dell 2330dn is a good choice for a business that need a capable but compact printer that can easily be fit into an office of any size.

For connectivity to a workgroup, the Dell 2330dn utilizes both a high-speed USB cable and a wired fast Ethernet connection. The USB cable for this printer is not included with the Dell 2330dn and should be purchased from an office supply or computer supply retailer. This printer is compatible with many major operating systems, including Windows XP, Windows 2000, Windows 2003, Windows 2008, Windows Vista, and several, Linux, Unix and Solaris based systems.

For printing images and text, the Dell 2330dn utilizes a single black Dell 2330 toner cartridge that is capable of printing high quality prints while still maintain a high page capacity. The compatible Dell 2330dn black toner cartridge produces crisp text and images, and is capable of printing as much as 6000 pages. The high page capacity of this Dell 2330 toner makes it easy to print large jobs and spend less time and money replacing the toner in the Dell 2330dn. The standard page capacity of the Dell 2330dn is 300 sheets, split between a 50 sheet tray, and a 250 sheet tray. For users that need a higher page capacity from their printer, the Dell 2330dn can be upgraded to support as much as 850 sheets. The Dell 2330dn prints black and white pages at a rate of as much as 33 pages per minute, with a first page out time of only 7.5 seconds.

The Dell 2330dn is powered by a 400 MHz processor and can print black and white images and text with a resolution of 1200 dpi by 1200 dpi. This printer comes with 32 MB of memory installed, with the option to upgrade to as much as 288 MB of memory. Duplex printing is available on the Dell 2330dn.

Overall specs:
•    Measurements (WxDxH): 16.8 in x 14.6 in x 10.1 in
•    Memory: 32 MB, upgradable to 288 MB
•    Connectivity: High speed USB 2.0
•    Resolution: 1200 x 1200 dpi
•    Print Speed: 33 ppm monochrome
•    Paper Capacity: 300 sheets standard, upgradable to 850 sheets
•    Duty Cycle: 50,000 pages/month

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Dell Color Laser Printer Reviews

Dell has all sorts of color laser printers, but two that stand out as reliable high quality machines are the Dell 1320c and the Dell 5110cn. While both printers come standard with some of the same features and provide similar print quality, they have unique characteristics that may make one more suitable for your business than the other. The Dell 1320c has a monthly duty cycle of 35,000 pages, and is suited for small- to mid-size businesses. The Dell 5110cn is equipped to handle much larger operations, and has a monthly duty cycle of 95,000. The Dell 5110cn also has networking capabilities, so it is ideal for workgroups as well. The Dell 5110cn is slightly larger than the 1320c, so if saving space is an issue, you may want to opt for the more compact Dell 1320c.

The Dell 1320c features Hi-Speed USB connectivity. The Dell 5110n features three connectivity options—Hi-Speed USB, Network – IEEE 1284 and Parallel. The Dell 1320c comes equipped with four starter printer cartridges. The Dell 5110n comes equipped with one black toner cartridge and one of each color toner cartridge. The black toner cartridge yields up to 10,000 pages, and the color toner cartridges yield up to 8,000 pages.

The Dell 1320c and Dell 5110cn both produce quality color and monochrome documents at a resolution of 600 dpi x 600 dpi. Both printers come equipped with 2400 IQ image enhancement technology, which ensures that text prints crisp and images appear clear and vibrant. The Dell 1320c produces color documents at 12 pages per minute, and monochrome documents at 16 pages per minute, and has a first page out time of 18 seconds. The Dell 5110cn produces monochrome documents at the fast speed of 40 pages per minute, and is 35 pages per minute for color documents. The Dell 1320c has a media capacity of 250 sheets, which cannot be expanded. The 5110cn is a powerhouse that can support large printing demands, with a media capacity of 650 sheets. If your needs ever change, the 5110cn can grow with your business, as the media capacity is expandable to a maximum of 2,150 sheets.

Dell 1320cn PrinterThe Dell 1320c has a 333 MHZ processor, which supports its 64 MB of installed memory. The memory of the Dell 1320c cannot be expanded, so if your business requires a printer with more memory, you may want to opt for the Dell 5110cn, which comes equipped with 128 MB of installed memory, which can be expanded to 1.125 GB. The Dell 5110cn has a 400 MHz processor, which helps the printer work faster and support more memory. If you are looking for added security, the Dell 1320c offers a security lock slot, which gives you ultimate control over who uses the printer, and how much they print, which could also help your business save money in the long run. As an added bonus, the Dell 5110cn comes equipped with a duplexer for quick and easy double-sided printing. The Dell 5110cn is also Energy Star qualified and Blue Angel compliant, which will help you save energy and reduce overall costs.

Overall Specs – Dell 1320c:

  • Print Speed: Monochrome – 16 ppm; Color – 12 ppm
  • Memory: 64 MB
  • Resolution:  600 dpi x 600 dpi
  • Duty Cycle:  35,000 pages
  • Paper Capacity:  Input – 250 sheets; Output – 150 sheets
  • Connectivity:  Hi-Speed USB
  • Dimensions (w x d x h): 15.7 in x 16.6 in x 14.9 in

Overall Specs – Dell 5110cn:

  • Print Speed: Monochrome – 40 ppm; Color – 35 ppm
  • Memory: 128 MB; expandable to 1.125 GB
  • Resolution:  600 dpi x 600 dpi
  • Duty Cycle:  95,000 pages
  • Paper Capacity:  Input – 650 sheets (expandable to 2,150 sheets); Output – 250 sheets
  • Connectivity:  Hi-Speed USB, Network – IEEE 1284, Parallel
  • Dimensions (w x d x h): 16.9 in x 22.8 in x 19.6 in

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