'A fast mono-laser printer can be the backbone of a small office, and with its claimed 35ppm print speed, the Dell S2810dn should be well suited. '
'250-sheet main tray'
'Photo printing cannot be recommended with the S2810dn, but it's a good text printer even at the extremes of size and density. '
'A CPP of 2.2 cents is low, but it’s still a little too high for a high-volume printer.'
'decent personal printer'
'Suitable paper capacity for a micro office. '
'You won't get exceptional print quality, though the text will be more than serviceable for pure text docs. '
'Small, cursory display. '
Good-looking prints from an inexpensive all-in-one
Laser-quality color prints from an inexpensive Dell MFP
The results are good, but Dell's boxy E525w is more expensive to run than much of the colour laser competition
Print, scan, and copy for a reasonable price
Small size, Automatic document feeder, Ethernet
Cloud-ready with native support for Google Cloud Print, Apple AirPrint
Easy maintenance, Well-designed controls
Print quality, Lifetime fuser guarantee
Small size, Wi-Fi, Reasonably high-quality output across the board
No duplex scanning support for the ADF, Pricey toner
Wireless direct print from mobile devices
Fast, Ethernet, Duplexer, 250-sheet drawer
Centrally mounted control panel is fairly easy to grasp
Slightly above-par graphics, Duplexing ADF
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