Released September, 2008
The Pros:Wi-Fi sharing is a plus for this price range. Photo printing speeds are higher than average home photo printers. Photo quality rivals that of drug store print labs.
The Cons:Lacks some features commonly found in typical home office printers, e.g. fax or document feeder. Printing business documents/text rates are slower than comparable models. Colors on standard paper appear duller than typical inkjets.
The Dell P703w is an all-in-one printer for printing, scanning, copying, and creating superior-quality photos from home. It prints lab-quality prints with a 1200x1200 dpi resolution at 31ppm b/w and 26ppm color.
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In addition, the Dell P703w boasts an adjustable 3” color LCD for navigating menus, as well as viewing, cropping, or rotating images without the use of a PCD. Plus, the P703w allows for printing of photos directly off any USB- or Pictbridge-compatible memory device. Additional features of the Dell P703w printer include integrated wireless for unrestricted & cable-free connectivity anywhere within range, five-color borderless photo printing, and Dell’s Ink Management System (DIMS) that constantly monitors ink levels, ensuring a user never runs out in the middle of a print job. The Dell P703w retails for $199.00 and comes with a 1 year Advanced Exchange warranty.
- All-In-One Printer: Printer, Scanner, Copier
- 3.0” Color LCD Display Screen
- PictBridge & USB Interfaces
- Camera/Media-Card Compatibility
- 100-Sheet Paper Tray
- Integrated Wireless
- Borderless Prink
- Dell’s Ink Management System
- 1 Year Advanced Exchange Warranty
- Type: All-In-One Wireless Inkjet Printer
- Functions: Print, Scan, Copy, Network
- Print Speed: 31ppm b/w, 26ppm color
- Print Resolution: 1200x1200 dpi
- Max Scan Resolution: 1200 dpi
- Zoom Range: 25%-500% in 1% increments
- Input Tray: 100 Sheets
- Ports: USB 2.0, PictBridge, Bluetooth, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g
- Weight: 22.1 Lbs
Supported Memory Cards
- xD-Picture Card
- Memory Stick
- Memory Stick Pro
- Secure Digital Card/Multi-media Card
- Compact Flash type I and type II
User Reviews (1)
Wi-Fi sharing is a plus for this price range
Photo printing speeds are higher than average home photo printers
Photo quality rivals that of drug store print labs
Lacks some features commonly found in typical home office printers, e.g. fax or document feeder
Printing business documents/text rates are slower than comparable models
Colors on standard paper appear duller than typical inkjets
Color prints tend to band on standard paper on default settings
Text quality is average at best for an inkjet at this range, noticeably lower quality than laser
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