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Dell 1230c


$229.00 Released January, 2009

Product Shot 1 The Pros:Very affordable for the feature set - speed, resolution and tray handling are on-par with many higher-end models from Canon and HP. Lightweight, compact design is great for smaller home offices and travelling businesspeople - can be easily held with one hand for transportation.

The Cons:Replacement toner depletes quickly, and is rather expensive - individual cartridges may cost as much as $50 each. Print graphic quality is underwhelming - most detailed photos turn out grainy and dull. Overall construction is rather shoddy - unit feels flimsy/delicate.

The Dell 1230c is a color laser printer designed for basic personal, home office, or small business use.  The printer features a print speed of 17ppm black or 4ppm color with a print resolution of 2400 x 600 dpi.

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  At only 15.3" x 12.3", it is Dell's smallest color laser printer and can fit in small places to maximize space.  The 1230c is designed with a 150-sheet paper tray and can print on a variety of media types including transparencies, cards, and glossy photo paper.  It has a manual duplex printing feature and a USB port for added convenience.  The printer also includes Dell's Toner Management system which notifies the user when the toner is running low and is Energy Star qualified for low power consumption.  The 1230c has a suggested retail price of $229 and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.

Features/Specs

  • Print Speed: 17ppm (black), 4ppm (color)
  • Print Resolution: 2400 x 600 dpi
  • 150-Sheet Paper Tray
  • 100-Sheet Output Tray
  • USB Port
  • Manual Duplex Printing
  • Energy Star Qualified
  • 375Mhz Processor
  • Dell Toner Management System
  • Media Types: Plain paper, envelopes, transparencies, labels, card stock, glossy photo
  • Dimensions: 15.3 x 12.3 x 9.6
  • 1 year limited warranty

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    Very affordable for the feature set - speed, resolution and tray handling are on-par with many higher-end models from Canon and HP

  • 1

    Lightweight, compact design is great for smaller home offices and travelling businesspeople - can be easily held with one hand for transportation

Cons
  • 1

    Replacement toner depletes quickly, and is rather expensive - individual cartridges may cost as much as $50 each

  • 1

    Print graphic quality is underwhelming - most detailed photos turn out grainy and dull

  • 1

    Overall construction is rather shoddy - unit feels flimsy/delicate

  • 1

    Control panel is poorly designed - lack of a text screen forces users to rely on a series of LED illuminations that are very difficult to understand

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