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Dell 948 All-in-one Printer

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  • The Dell 948 Wireless All-In-One Printer Print/Scan/Copy/Faxwith one easy to use device and it offers optional Wireless connectivity.
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Product Details

  • Item Weight: 20 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 20 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B001QNNT1W
  • Item model number: 948
  • Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (11 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 25, 2009

Product Description

Overview from the Manufacturer: At a Glance * All-In-One Convenience - Print, scan, copy and fax with quality, professional-looking results. * Optional Wireless Card - Optional internal WiFi card for sharing printer with others at home or in your small office. * 2-sided Printing Capability - Print both sides of a page to conserve paper. * Print Photos Directly - From your camera or from built-in media card slots. No need to start your PC to print your photos. One-Stop Quality Print Shop With the Dell 948 All-In-One Printer, you have one stop for all your professional-looking imaging needs. * Prints up to 4800 x 1200 dpi * Scans documents and photos up to 1200 x 1200 dpi 48-bit resolution * Built-in OCR software that captures and reproduces scanned text into an editable document * Borderless print capability up to 8.5" x 11" * Create a thumbnail proof sheet with all of your pictures from your memory card or USB connected camera which allows you to select photos to print, choose size, as well as remove red eye * Optional photo cartridge for greater color range Dell Printer 948 Dell Printer 948 When You Mean Business The Dell 948 All-In-One Printer is right at home in the office with fast and efficient operation. * Faster print speeds (up to 28 ppm in black, up to 25 ppm in color) * Stand-alone fax and copy functions * 25-sheet Automatic Document Feeder * Integrated 2-sided printing Too Simple for Words So we gave it an intuitive interface and easy-to-navigate menu screens. Also comes as a pre-installed driver on all new Dell PC's and Notebooks-simply plug in the printer and go! Dell Makes It Easy What else would you expect from Dell? Here's what: * Dell Ink Management System that makes it easy to use, manage, and purchase supplies-delivered right to your doorstep * Unparalleled Dell service-from delivery, installation and setup; to advanced exchange, same day service or overnight service.

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This was the worst purchase I ever made.
DTC
I very rarely print in colour but my 948 tells me that my expensive colour cartridge is just as empty as my slightly less expensive black cartridge.
F. Quinn
Don't waste your money on a Dell printer.
Roberto A. Caminos

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Susan Hyde on December 13, 2009
I have been very happy with my Dell 948. I am a computer bimbo, so I haven't figured out how to use the remote capability. (I'm sure it is exceedingly simple.) But I have had good luck with copying, scanning and printing. I HAVE had the experience of running out of ink in a very short time. Turns out the sensor for empty ink cartridges is poor. After having replaced the cartridges after just a minimum of use, I thought of getting another printer because of the cost of Dell's proprietary ink cartridges. However, I read somewhere about poor ink sensors and decided to just keep printing until the page no longer prints properly. Well, it has been at least 6 months more of use without any sign of loss of ink. Good thing I didn't mail back the old cartridges. I will just reinstall them when these truly run out. They must have oodles left in them. Now the only problem with the poor ink sensor is that every time I print, I have to go through the extra step of telling it "yes, DO print even though you think the ink is out."
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7 of 8 people found the following review helpful By Jude on November 25, 2009
The Dell 948 seems on the surface to be a pretty good value for the money. It's a great price, and the quality of its printing is very high. But since I've had mine, I've had to replace the ink cartridges twice, and it's now calling for yet another set -- both black and color -- even though I've only printed maybe 5 pages at the most. No exaggeration -- FIVE pages. The first time, right after I got it, I printed all of two pages before it told me I was nearly out of ink.

So I ordered a set of cartridges from Dell, thinking maybe the ones that were shipped with the printer were some kind of trial thing with hardly any ink or something. When the package arrived, the black cartridge was leaking all over the inside of the box. I called Dell, and after being on with tech support for 45 minutes, I finally got them to send me a replacement for free...after they tried to weasel me into paying for it! And Dell cartridges are expensive! And then five pages later..."almost out of ink."

I don't understand how a printer can be out of ink after printing under 10 pages! It's crazy! I will NEVER buy another Dell printer. EVER.
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1 of 1 people found the following review helpful By F. Quinn on April 2, 2010
I really like my Dell 948 but I've begun to notice an odd thing. I very rarely print in colour but my 948 tells me that my expensive colour cartridge is just as empty as my slightly less expensive black cartridge. How can that be I ask myself? Where is all the color ink going if I'm only printing in B&W? I've just had to replace them both to enable my continued use of the 948 printer but the weight of the 'empty' colour cartridge appears to me to weigh exactly the same as the full replacement. Both cartridges seem to empty very quickly too. Be warned if you're considering purchasing the 948 from Dell.
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By J. Bateman on September 24, 2010
I've owned this printer for more than two years and I've really had a lot of trouble with it. I've troubleshooted until the cows come home, I've called Dell and spoken with "John" in the Middle East, I've reinstalled and removed the software but I have to face the fact that this printer is just 'flukey.' I have it connected directly to my PC, and it says it can't communicate with the computer; I've had it set up on our wireless network and it can't communicate with the PC. It enters 'power save' mode and then I have to unplug it to reboot it before it will print. Scanning capabilities are terrible!! I try to scan written, typed, photographs to Microsoft Word and get very weird symbols. The scanned document doesn't even resemble the original document. It shouldn't take a rocket scientist to work with this product. I have an older model all in one Dell printer and it works pretty well.

Also, this printer USES A LOT OF INK! It's downright ridiculous how much money I've dropped on ink alone.

I wouldn't recommend this product, nor would I recommend buying from Dell. I've had nothing but trouble with their products and regret this purchase. I probably couldn't GIVE this printer away.

Buyer beware!!
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3 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Roberto A. Caminos on March 20, 2010
Dell printers are a terrible investment. They expect you to buy ink cartridges from them and they are top dollar, the printer itself is usually pricey too. I can't confirm this but I swear their printers go through ink faster than others, probably to sell more ink. Also the drivers for this thing are terrible. My neighbor has the printer and just got a new Dell computer with Windows 7 64 bit. I installed the drivers and updated the firmware but the computer refused to print to it without any useful error messaging other than "Cannot print", duh!
She called Dell tech support and told her that the printer was "old tech" and would need a new one. Her printer is a year old and printers haven't really changed much in the last 10 years. If you have a USB printer then you should be able to connect to Windows 7 64. They basically conned her into getting a new printer through their store for $[...]. That same day I found an Epson all in one with the same features for $[...].

Don't waste your money on a Dell printer. Stick to their monitors, desktops and laptops which are great... though keep in mind their tech support is crap. Not because it's out of India but because they don't seem to care anymore. The support reps do the best they can with what they have.
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