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Dell Color Laser Printer 1320c

by Dell

Price: $849.99 & FREE Shipping. Details
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  • Offers print speeds of up to 16 pages per minute in black (actual print speed will vary with use)
  • Delivers professional quality prints with up to 600 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Offers the Dell Toner Management System software to let you to easily manage supplies
  • Includes Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black Cartridges (1000 page yield1)
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Technical Details

  • Brand Name: Dell
  • Model: 1320C
  • Printer Output: Color
  • Connectivity Technology: USB
  • Maximum print speed (Black and White): 12 ppm

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 15.7 x 14.9 x 16.6 inches ; 38 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 45.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • ASIN: B0012WWNAK
  • Item model number: 1320C
  • Average Customer Review: 4.4 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (21 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: January 22, 2008

Product Description

Does not include toner, imaging drum (PHD), cables, manuals, or drivers

Customer Reviews

The quality of print is very impressive, very please with product.
Tone
I set them up to print in draft mode and the output in B/W still looks really good.
iwakuni81
Let me tell you, it's hands down the best personal-use printer I have ever owned.
dolphin_phone

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

27 of 29 people found the following review helpful By Sensible Family on March 16, 2009
We've had this printer for over a year. We are moderate home users, mostly home projects and school reports - maybe 500 pages a month or so. The usual issues with expensive toner cartridges -- we've gone through the starter set plus one additional set of cartridges. Generally haven't had any jamming problems and have had very good print quality. BUT we use a lot of special paper like label sheets, card sheets, colored paper, etc. - more expensive paper that you don't want to leave in the main paper tray -- I tend to use the single sheet feed slot a lot. And the single-sheet feed on the Dell 1320c is completely useless. It is incapable of getting the paper to feed properly, no matter how carefully you position the paper in the slot, no matter how hard you work to "help" the paper feed straight. I don't think I ever even tried envelopes. I really don't understand how, after all these years, correct paper feeding is still "rocket science" for printer manufacturers. Anyway, basically I end up putting everything into the paper tray and working hard not to forget to take out any sheets I didn't use. One little item you have to know when doing this -- the paper tray feeds from the front on this machine, not the back.
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8 of 9 people found the following review helpful By dolphin_phone on November 20, 2010
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After years of having to replace cartridge after cartridge in my old deskjet, I decided to replace it with a printer that didn't have that problem, while at the same time producing high-quality prints at an effective rate of speed. That led me to the Dell 1320c. Am I ever glad that this is the printer I bought!

Let me tell you, it's hands down the best personal-use printer I have ever owned. The color print quality is as good as anything you'll find--at least as good as your neighborhood Kinko's, maybe better. The cartridge capacity is pretty good, but this isn't a printer designed for spitting out thousands of pages a day. However, for a personal or home office use, it's going to be hard to beat a printer that does all this, rarely breaks down, and almost never has any hardware glitches that plague some cheaper models.

It's only real drawback is its size: at more than a foot in each dimension, it doesn't do well ask a desk printer.

So, in summary, if you need a printer that's quite a bang for just a few bucks, the 1320c may be just what you're looking for.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By iwakuni81 on December 31, 2010
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Purchased this one in Nov '10 after a lot of research and angst before finally hitting the "BUY" button. I must say that I am very impressed with this baby so far. It is what it is - a basic color laser print. Not a lot of fancy stuff to get in the way or broke. Just sits there all quiet and asleep until it is called into action. Whines a wee-bit when printing but still quieter than my ink-jets. Not the fastest kid on the block (still pretty decent though); but take one look at that fabulous output and then you'll be asking yourself "...how did I ever make do without this baby before now??"

It was a piece of cake to set up. There is not a display to walk you through the setup options, but there is really nothing to do if you are connecting directly to your PC/MAC. Comes with the Mac driver disk so once that is loaded you just need to ID it in your printer preferences (Google for mac setup how-to), point to the installed driver and BOOM, there it is. Setting it up on a network is even easier (yes, it is networkable!! SWEET!), just connect it (sorry, wired only, not wireless) and restart; hold down the print button for a couple of secs, look on the config page that is printed, find the assigned IP, set it up using LPD and away you go! Windows 7 is even easier!!

I've had a Lexmark e310 for about 6 years and sadly, it finally started to die (paper pickup mechanism). I've had/have Epson, HP and Canon ink-jets and in my humble opinion -- they are ALL way up there on the suck-o-meter. Unless of course you enjoy get your blood sucked out of you on a daily basis - through your wallet! Epson and Canon are the worst - they seem to want to go through a "Cleaning cycle" at least once a day. Every time I hear them do that all I can think is "Good-bye money...
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Sam on January 9, 2011
I have had this printer for over 2 years without any problems. The print speed is slower than the current models, but fine for individual or home office use. The print quality is terrific, and photo quality is above-average for a laser printer. In fact, the photo quality is pretty good for any printer. In addition, the toner cost is not high if you buy non-Dell toner. I have used non-Dell toner for about 6 months now and have noticed no difference in print quality or printer reliability. Overall, this is a great product.
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3 of 3 people found the following review helpful By Kevin W. Varnon on November 1, 2010
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Everything about this printer is top-notch! I used to send my color work to Kinko's. They do a great job, but expensive. This printer cost me $90 (plus shipping) by the time it was all over. I couldn't be happier with the performance and price. Setup wasn't the best, but just follow instructions step by step and it's fine. Got set of 4 inks (1 black and 3 colors) for $36. Very cost-effective. If you want a printer, get this one even if you don't print color very much. It's worth it for the times you need/want it!
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