The Dell 922 is an affordable multifunction that excels at copying, scanning, and managing images, but small-office users can do better.
The Dell V305w is cosmetically appealing and inexpensive, but the output quality needs significant improvement, and the cost to maintain the printer is much higher than the industry standard. We recommend checking out the competition for a printer that will give you longer-lasting inks, cheaper replacement cartridges, and more acceptable photo-quality prints.
This is a decent first laser printer for a student or a writer, and it would make a good companion to a photo inkjet or an all-in-one.
As long as you don't mind not being able to print from a USB flash key, the Dell B1165nfw's healthy array of extra features and quick outbound print cycle make it worthwhile for small offices with wireless access.
The Dell 1320c is a decent choice for a small office or work group, but a little more cash will net you a faster printer with better print quality.
The Dell B1160w's limited paper input capacity and lack of Ethernet networking constrain its use for small businesses with high-volume workloads, but its compact form makes it an affordable solution for personal use at home.
Although it performed adequately in our print speed tests, this basic monochrome laser printer is outgunned by competitive devices with wireless networking for the same price.
This honking-big, networkable color laser printer produces fantastic color output and speedy clear text.
The Dell 962 crams four multifunction features into a single speedy printer without too many compromises along the way--unless you crave fast photocopying.
The Dell 3110cn is a decent color laser that should satisfy casual home office users, but we think the Lexmark C530dn is an overall better product.
The Dell Photo 926 is disappointing, even for a $100 multifunction printer. You can get a better printer for the same money.
This feature-packed laser is a good deal for small offices or workgroups.