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The Dell 1355cnw is a mid-cost all-in-one printer.

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solid construction overall, nothing flimsy about any part of it

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starts printing quickly and finishes print jobs fast

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text prints come out sharp and clear, easy to read

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ADF works reliably, does color copies of multiple page documents very quickly

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works with a good variety of paper thicknesses, right up to card stock

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ink is very expensive, and gets used up pretty quickly

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takes up a lot of space, big footprint

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can't hold a lot of paper in the tray at a time, needs to be refilled regularly

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The Dell 1355cnw is a mid-cost all-in-one printer. This model differs from the lower cost 1355cn model in that it has wireless networking capabilities, whereas the 1355cn only has an Ethernet connection. Other than that, the two models share features. One shared feature is the Dell Clear View LED printing technology, which helps to keep the size of the printer down (the printer dimensions are 16.14" x 14.9" x 13.3"). Optimum color quality is ensured by the Color by Dell finishing technology. Thanks to its 295MHz processor, this printer can print up to fifteen black and white pages in a minute. Another feature shared between the 1355cn and the 1355cnw is the ability to photocopy documents. Thanks to the copy zoom, you can shrink documents all the way to a quarter of their original size, or enlarge them to four times their original size.  

  • Wireless printing
  • 15ppm BW/12ppm color
  • Fax/scan/copy/print
  • Dell Clear View LED
  • Color by Dell
  • 1 year limited hardware warranty
  • Ethernet
  • Dimensions: 16.14" x 14.9" x 13.3"
  • Weight: 37.4lbs.
  • 150 sheet drawer
  • 10 sheet bypass tray
  • 100 sheet output bin
  • 295MHz processor
  • 128MB RAM
  • 8MB ROM
  • 2MB fax memory
  • 1200 x 1200 dpi scan resolution
  • Manual two-sided printing
  • USB 2.0
  • USB cable
  • Windows/MAC compatible
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Larry C.
05/01/2013 09:59

This printer does not like cardstock and will not print on it. It "paper jams" when attempts are made to do such printing. Also, even though a print job my have been cancelled, will still print it before doing anything new. Annoying, VERY ANNOYING. Have never liked Dell printers and would not have this one if it had not been given to me as a gift.
Would like to yard sale it; or, it might just make a better boat anchor!

10/11/2012 03:39

Please advise me on how to enlarge or reduce materials. What keys do I use? I don't have a manual so it's hard to figure out. Should would like an answer.

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