|DELL LASER PRINTER 1710 WITH TONER REFURBISHED GOOD|
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|The DELL 1710 printer is perfect for printing all your official data and documents. Powered with the 366 MHz ARM9 processor, this DELL Workgroup Printer delivers an enhanced performance. With a 26 A4 pages per minute speed, this DELL Laser Printer gives you a speedy output. Integrated with a 1200x1200 dpi resolution, this DELL 1710 printer produces crisp and fine outputs without comprising on the quality. Featuring the cancel print button DELL Laser Printer allows you to save paper and toner by terminating unnecessary prints. This DELL Workgroup Printer has the capacity of printing 800 sheets at a time. This DELL Laser Printer prints15000 pgs per month which is a great help during large print runs.|
|Printer Type||Workgroup Printer|
|Output Type||Black & White|
|Black print speed up to||27 ppm|
|Max Resolution (BW)||1200 x 1200 dpi|
|Platform||Mac, PC, Unix|
|Extend Printer Technology||Laser|
|Computer Operating System||Apple MacOS X, Linux, Microsoft Windows 2000, Microsoft Windows 98, Microsoft Windows 98 Second Edition, Microsoft Windows Millennium Edition, Microsoft Windows NT, Microsoft Windows Server 2003, Microsoft Windows XP Home, Microsoft Windows XP Pro x64, Novell NetWare, SuSe Linux 7.x, SuSe Linux 8.x, Suse Linux 8..x|
|Monthly Duty Volume||15000 Pages|
|First Page Out Time||8 Seconds|
|Interface||Parallel (IEEE 1284), USB 2.0|
|Media Type||Cards, Envelopes, Transparencies|
|Max Media Size||Legal (216 x 356 mm, 8.5 x 14")|
|Media Capacity||800 Sheets|
|Networking Type||Wireless Network Adapter (Optional)|
|Installed RAM||16 MB|
|Max. Memory||144 MB|
|Release Date||October, 2005|
Average review score based on 2 user reviews
This printer is one of the best printers for the home/small business. The Dell 1710 is a fairly inexpensive laser printer with a lot of features. Don't let the price fool you! Laser printers are cheaper to operate over time as compared to ink-jet printers. Laser printers are also more durable and will last forever. If you hook up the Dell Wireless Printer Adapter 3300 (also available on e-bay), you will then have a 1710n (a networked printer). Configuration for the wireless set up is easy, and all computers on your network can EASILY print to the printer. I would highly recommend this printer to anyone interested in laser printing!
I bought this printer used from a title company, so it had quite a few sheets through the chute by the time that I got hold of it. I have to say, though, that this is quite the rugged and versatile machine. I plugged it into my usb hub and my PowerMac G4 (running OSX 10.4.11 "Tiger") recognized it immediately and, with a quick change in printer preferences, it printed out a perfect test page! It can be very thrifty with the toner if you fine-tune your settings, but it is also capable of some pretty impressive B&W graphics when needed. I haven't noticed any significant errant specks in the light sections or "banding" in the darker portions of the pages.
While it's a bit slow to start up compared to an inkjet printer (about 20 seconds from the time it's switched-on or re-awakened), it really spits the pages out once it gets going. The replacement toner cartridges are quite readily available with some excellent deals on eBay, of all places!
The only gripes are very minor ones. It is a noisy machine (compared to my HP Deskjet 935C) and it gives off a fair amount of heat - more than a very similar Lexmark model that I use at work (the Dell 1710 is made by Lexmark). The manual paper feed in this particular machine is a bit balky and has a tendency to jam, but I've gotten better at learning its quirks and haven't had so many jams recently. It has yet to jam from the regular paper-feed tray.
Overall, I'm quite happy and am on the lookout for another for my wife!