Get a Dell V515w multifunction printer for $69

In case you're wondering, the "w" stands for "wireless." That means everyone in the house can easily share this all-in-one.

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Look, Ma, no wires! The Dell V515w prints, scans, copies, and faxes, and works on Wi-Fi networks. Dell

The Dell V515w all-in-one printer normally sells for $149. Today only, you can get a V515w for just $69 shipped (plus sales tax in some states).

Now, you know me: I rarely post a printer deal unless there's Wi-Fi involved. Well, you guessed it: the "w" in V515w stands for "wireless." Although you can connect the printer to your PC with a boring old USB cable (not included), this baby's designed for Wi-Fi networks.

Even more impressive, it supports 802.11n. That's kind of a big deal if you already have an 802.11n router--not because it'll necessarily print or scan faster, but because devices running on the older 802.11b/g specs can drag down overall network performance.

The V515w is a bit more business-class than other MFPs I've posted in the past. It lacks a color LCD for previewing/selecting photos, but offers fax capability. Plus, it's a speed demon, cranking out both color and monochrome pages at upwards of 30 pages per minute.

It can also print borderless photos at 4,800x1,200 dpi. I think the only real downside here is the 100-sheet paper tray--fairly typical for a lower-end MFP, but still a hassle for anyone who does a lot of printing and/or copying.

CNET hasn't reviewed the V515w, but about 75 Dell customers rated it 4.3 stars out of 5 on average, and 87 percent of them said they'd recommend it to a friend. Consequently, this might just sell out before the day is over.

To me this looks like an ideal all-in-one for a home office--or just a home that would benefit from an easily shared multifunction printer.