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Dell 1760NW Colour Laser Printer with Ethernet, Wireless and 1 year Warranty

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  • Share - experience versatile and easy network connectivity with embedded Ethernet and WiFi
  • Print from Mobile Devices - print directly from Android or iOS mobile devices with Mobile Print App for Dell (available Jan 2013)
  • Windows 8 compatible
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Product Information

Technical Details
BrandDell
Item Weight11 Kg
Product Dimensions39.4 x 30 x 22.5 cm
Item model number210-41094
SeriesC 1760 NW
Screen Size1 inches
RAM Size128 MB
Wireless Type802.11bgn
Number of USB 2.0 Ports1
Wattage290 watts
  
Additional Information
ASINB00A9E486O
Best Sellers Rank 2,848 in Computers & Accessories (See top 100)
Shipping Weight13 Kg
Date First Available16 Nov 2012
  
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Product Description

Product Description

Get brilliant, high-quality colour prints from an easy-to-use and affordable printer. Dell's C1750nw with built-in Ethernet and WiFi helps enhance office efficiency.

Box Contains

Dell C1760nw Colour Printer
Software/Documentation CD
700 page Black Cartridge
700 page Colour Cartridges
Power Cord
USB Cable
Placemat
Important Information Booklet
Blue Angel Techsheet
GS-Mark Techsheet
Retail Warranty Techsheet
Safety Precaution Techsheet

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Customer Reviews

4.4 out of 5 stars

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28 of 28 people found the following review helpful By J M ABRAM on 5 Jan 2014
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Wanted a cheap colour laser printer for my Nexus 7 tablet,saw reviews which were mixed so as price was within budget took a risk.
Now in order to be accurate let me say this- using the supplied USB cable meant installation was simple - plug in to laptop ,install & print. Not so easyto install wirelessl. However if you set up your home network without security and initially use either desktop machine or laptop and persevere then the rewards are worth it. Once set up and working I installed the Dell printer app to the Nexus 7 version 2 and was able to print within 5 minutes with no problems. As a test tried same app on Samsung Galaxy III phone with similar results. Prints are clear and with a better colour then expected and printing pictures from your phone is very satisfying. Takes around 5 minutes total to print so not excessive for freedom you have . Cartridge cost is expensive if buying Dell branded but I will probably use compatibles which are much cheaper. Overall printer exceeded my expectations as well as being solidly built too. when comparing consumable items bear in mind can leave printer idle for weeks with no loss of printing ability, not something when using an inkjet I would recommend.
Would therefore have no hesitation in recommending this printer to anyone who can add it to a home network as a wireless printer or by usb to anyone wanting a cheap colour printer for the home.
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5 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Casuarina UK on 10 Oct 2014
As others have already said - if you only use a printer occasionally but still do need one then inkjets are a nightmare! Most of the cartridge ink I had was used flushing out the inkjet before use. Cartridges are expensive enough without them being used either to clean jets or otherwise dry up.

My son now needs to use a printer at home as the queue at school to use the school printers is now becoming laborious for him now he has his GCSEs ongoing. A laser printer was the only option as any printer would still not have been used regularly enough to prevent inkjet problems.

This printer is really great. I think the print quality is really good and I don't feel there is any compromise at all. It is nice and neat as far as lasers go and not especially heavy either.

However !!! - I definitely had problems setting this up. I loaded the DVD to my laptop and then turned on the printer. I pressed WIFI button as instructed then printer instructed to press WPS on my router. I don't have a WPS button. I then tried to connect with Ethernet cable and managed this but couldn't sort a wireless connection. Thank heavens for my Virgin broadband etc as I rang them and they connected remotely to my laptop and sorted it for me. Even their tech people had a bit of faffing about to sort it.

Printer is great but I would have been absolutely lost if I had not had my broadband provider to help me. Perhaps other broadband providers also assist with connecting equipment to your router. Virgin said it wasn't an unusual request for them. They do it all the time. So if your issues are with connecting this printer I wouldn't let that put you off. Perhaps check with your provider first. After all, the connection problems could be down to their equipment anyway.
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20 of 21 people found the following review helpful By J Mura on 19 Mar 2014
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I ordered this printer on 5th March 2014 and it arrived a few days later. I have no problem with the product or the seller, Bentham Ltd. What I do have a problem with is Dell's warranty policy which is this: Dell's product warranty starts on the day that the product ships from Dell to the reseller. In my case this date was 2/4/2013, so the printer had been sitting at the reseller for 11 months before it got sold to me. The net result is that I only have 2 years and 1 month to run on my warranty. Had the warranty been a standard 12 months then I would have only had a month left!

I have never heard of such a policy before, and I'm stunned that it's even legal.
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17 of 18 people found the following review helpful By ted209 on 30 Oct 2013
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This printer works very well, once set up. As others note, initial wireless setup is a little tricky, but this only needs to be done once. Print quality is excellent, third party toner is cheap and the hardware appears to be good quality.
This works in Linux with the Xerox 6000 driver (6000_6010_deb_1.01_20110210.zip).
For 32 bit Ubuntu, just install and add the printer as a Xerox 6000B driver.
For 64 bit Ubuntu 13.10, do the same, then run: "sudo apt-get install libcupsimage2:i386" (edit: there may be more libraries required: see review comments).
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12 of 13 people found the following review helpful By bookworm on 3 Oct 2014
My printing needs are modest and infrequent but still enough to make a printer a necessity. Unfortunately this situation renders inkjet printers a total pain with huge quantities of ink and time being wasted in the seemingly unavoidable nozzle cleaning process every time I need to print a document. With this in mind I turned to laser printers as a possible solution, especially with the recent fall in price in relation to inkjets.

Having read around the subject for a while, this printer seemed to offer decent value for me without a load of features I either don't need or can quite easily live without. I was a little concerned by some reviews regarding problems with setting up the wifi link as I have a very low tolerance for gadgets that don't work 'straight out of the box' particularly if it is down to silly incompatibilities. I need not have worried.

Phase 1 - Unpack and set up ready to connect to my HP laptop - about 5 minutes.
Phase 2 - Use the cd supplied to load the driver onto my laptop - 5-10 minutes max with no false starts or glitches - not even necessary to faff about with router pass-keys - seamless!
Phase 3 - Start test prints - perfectly acceptable results.
Phase 4 - Download the Dell mobile print app onto my Samsung tablet - 2 minutes
Phase 5 - Start test prints - perfectly acceptable results again.

I could not be happier with the outcome - 3 devices from 3 separate manufacturers working in harmony - techy bliss!

On the down side:
1. The paper feed arrangements are on the flimsy side - I would be wary of specifying this model for anything other than personal/home use.

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