Released March, 2009
The Pros:Excellent price point for the performance and quality. Practically never jams, even when handling large print jobs. Great print quality--documents come out looking clear and sharp.
The Cons:Feeding single sheets into the manual tray can be annoying as the printer sometimes has trouble gripping the page. Manual tray feels very flimsy.
The Dell 2330d is a “cost-conscious” heavy-duty B&W laser printer designed to make high-quality printing affordable for businesses and home offices. A step up from the Dell 2230d, the Dell 2330d handles an enhanced 50,000 pages per month, and includes a superior 50-sheet multipurpose tray.
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Likes its predecessor, the 2330d prints up to 35 pages per minute. In addition, the 2330d supports standard 2-sided (automatic duplex) a superior 1200x1200 dpi native resolution, and instant warm-up technology that allows the day’s first print job to burst out in only 7.5 seconds from the mouse click. In regards to connectivity, the Dell 2330d printer is equipped for USB 2.0 and Parallel IEEE-1284. Keep in mind also that the 2330d can be upgraded from its standard input/output trays to a maximum 850 sheets input and 700 sheets output. The Dell 2330d retails for $249.00 (standard features) and comes with a 1 year limited warranty.
- B&W Laser Printer
- Heavy Monthly Duty
- Ultra-Fast Speeds
- Duplex Printing
- Instant Warm-Up
- 1 Year Limited Warranty
- Type: Laser Printer
- Max Print Speed: 35ppm
- Max Resolution: 1200x1200 dpi
- Max Monthly Duty: 50,000 Pages
- Standard Input: 50-sheet Multipurpose Tray
- Standard Input: 250-sheet Drawer
- Standard/Max Memory: 32MB/160MB
- Standard Output: 150-sheet Bin
- Duplex: Standard
- Interface: USB 2.0, Parallel IEEE-1284
- Weight: 31.15 Lbs
- Dell 2330d - USB, Parallel (MSRP: $249.00)
- Dell 2330dn - USB, Parallel, Ethernet (MSRP: $289.00)
User Reviews (1)
Excellent price point for the performance and quality.
Practically never jams, even when handling large print jobs.
Great print quality--documents come out looking clear and sharp.
Extremely fast--starts up quickly and cranks out pages very quickly.
Refill cartridges are relatively cheap compared to competing brands such as HP.
Includes a parallel port, supporting legacy devices.
Feeding single sheets into the manual tray can be annoying as the printer sometimes has trouble gripping the page.
Manual tray feels very flimsy.
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