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Dell 2155cn Multifunction Color Laser printer, which can serve as your scanner, copier, fax machine and printer with 1 Year Next Business Day Service after Remote Diagnosis

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  • Enjoy faster printing up to 24 pages per minute (letter) for color and black-and-white documents (actual print speed will vary with use) Delivers the professional color printouts you need with 600x600 dpi print resolution. Print tons of pages with high yield 2,500 page1 color toner cartridges and up to 40,000 maximum monthly duty cycle
  • Print at speeds of up to 24 pages per minute letter with up to a 40,000-page monthly duty cycle (actual print speed will vary with use).
  • Scan via flatbed or automatic document feeder at 1200x1200 dpi resolution.
  • Fax at the machine or from any networked PC that is connected to the printer. Use up to 200 speed dial presents to reach your key contacts quickly.
  • Copy documents with ease using the flatbed or automatic document feeder at speeds up to 24 pages per minute (actual copy speed will vary with use).
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Technical Details

  • Copying;scanning;Fax

Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 21.1 x 17.2 x 22.8 inches ; 66.1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 77 pounds
  • ASIN: B0046TS0L2
  • Item model number: 2155CN
  • Average Customer Review: 3.8 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (51 customer reviews)
  • Date first available at Amazon.com: September 30, 2010

Product Description

Do more for your business with the Dell 2155cn Multifunction Color Laser printer, which can serve as your scanner, copier, fax machine and printer. Your documents print fast and look sharp with 600x600 dpi and up to 24ppm letter printing.

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Customer Reviews

The print quality is excellent and the printer is very easy to use.
James M Blow
You would think if you typed in the error message the exact issue would be displayed in the 'HELP' or 'Trouble shooting' guide.
Justin M. Baker
It has excellent color and is very fast printing both black and white and color.
Bake

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

35 of 35 people found the following review helpful By Dennis A. Pratt on August 18, 2012
Had a Samsung multi-function color laser printer, and got so sick of its slow speed, and absurdly expensive inks, lousy customer service, etc., etc., that I forced myself to buy another printer. This Dell is quite simply the best printer I've ever owned. Fast and reliable. Had it for over a year now and it's great. Will update this review in another year. But for now, if you're looking to buy a multi-function color laser printer you can't go wrong with this one. Recommend you order the high capacity replacement toner cartridges when you order the printer. Save yourself the trouble later on. Toner prices for this printer are lower than most. UPDATE: It's now April of 2013, and I'm still thrilled with the printer. Toner lasts a lot longer than it did on my Samsung. Print quality and speed are still top notch. My Samsung conditioned me to print everything with fingers crossed, hoping the printer wouldn't flop, but the Dell has performed so well I don't have to wait with bated breath for every print job to complete. My wife shares it on a wireless network and uses it more than I do. She's very happy with it. Oh, and customer service at Dell was excellent. I was trying to set this up for wireless networking and wasn't quite getting it, but Dell's customer service walked me through the set up and everything worked out.
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13 of 14 people found the following review helpful By rkando on December 26, 2012
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I had it with HP's unreliable products, poor tech support, and costly consumables. I needed a printer/copier/fax that produced quality color and B&W and that was reliable. All reviews pointed to the Dell 2155CN. Thus far, I am impressed with the sharp colors and black text. It is much bigger and heavier than typical printers. The only problem was a conflict with an HP laser printer on the network-go figure.
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9 of 10 people found the following review helpful By Linda, Wisconsin USA on February 17, 2013
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After disappointment/return of a samsung color laser, I am very pleased that this printer has a front sheet feed that will override the paper drawer, a very simple faxing (compared to 4 screens of choices on the Samsung), seems to have very efficient toner use (the samsung was at 90% afer only 2 weeks, this one 96%), is fast and is relatively quite. After the misery of a HP inkjet that totally stopped printing if any color was empty, this one will continue to print in black if a color runs out. (Bravo Dell!)

Networking was easy and an unexpected bonus for me. I can now use Teamviewer to access a remote computer and have the reports print in my office (intead of walking outside to the next building to get them from that dedicated printer). The one challenge is that I could not get it to recognise the special ring pattern on the dual number fax/phone shared line. It will only recognise the standard ring (though the manual says there are 7 recognised ring patterns) so after hours of trying and then having a tech person try, I had to have the phone company change the fax line back to the standard ring and give the phone line a double ring. Small price to pay for having the rest of the options I need. If it weren't for this I would give it a 100% plus bonus points. Size is similar to other commercial quality color lasers- all are large relative to the size of a color inkjet, so measure before you buy so you are not surprised.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By Mike Baum on January 20, 2013
this printer is everything that i thaught it would be and more. a little bulky but very profesional & quality machine!
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By RonM on February 25, 2014
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After giving all of my hard earned money to HP for the past 10 years, it finally made sense to buy a color laser printer. Setup was quick and easy. Within minutes I had beautiful full color scan/print to invoke the "ooohs and ahhhs" of the family. The printer is quite large, but fit nicely in the corner of the office. Thankfully, the printer has sleep and deep sleep modes that kick in very quickly. The lights in the room slightly dim when this monster prints, so Im sure the power draw is pretty substantial for those few seconds. All of my computers are running Mac OSX 10.9 and I did experience some pain during the driver installation. Seems that "Mavericks" OSX 10.9 isn't supported yet as Dell gears their printers to the Windows crowd. That was a quote directly from Dell support. Using the latest 10.8 driver, I would get a "out of memory" error on the printer no matter what I printed. This was finally resolved by choosing the "Dell 2155cn Color MFP v1.5" driver (part of the 10.8 utility install). Do not use the "Dell 2155cn Color MFP v2.0 FAX" driver. I was shocked by how easily I was brushed off by Dell support the minute I told them I was having issues with OSX 10.9. I haven't had the printer long enough to see how far the toner carts go but I did purchase the LD high yield replacements for $69 and have them on standby. I will continue to update my review as time goes on, but for now I am extremely happy to throw my HP inkjets out the window.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By kookenhaken on November 19, 2013
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I have had the printer for less than a week. My initial impression is very favorable. Other purchasers have commented on the relative difficulty of connecting the 2155cn to a network, and I have to concur, hence the four stars. The Dell-supplied documentation is not at all helpful. There is step-by-step help available, the video that got my problems solved is posted at Youtube by Adria Richards:

[...]

I eventually followed Adria's example and configured the printer's wireless settings from the front panel, then installed the Dell driver and utility software. At installation, you will be prompted for the printer connection type (USB or network). This is the procedure I recommend.

Initially, I made a misstep, in that I attempted to configure the printer network settings via a [temporary] USB connection. This was a bad idea; Windows 7 went ahead and, without asking my permission, installed drivers to communicate with a USB-connected printer, all of which had to be uninstalled. Unless you want to connect the printer via USB to a given computer, save yourself a litte time and do not plug it in.

It is also important that you know how to log into your router to determine whether the printer is on the network.

Other miscellaneous tips/facts in no particular order:

o Ad hoc vs. infrastructure network. The printer setup asks you to pick one. Chances are you want to pick "infrastructure", which means that your devices are all connected to a central router. [Ad hoc means that devices are free to communicate with one another directly.] Adria's video addresses this point.

o As per Adria's video, you will assign a fixed IP address. Many devices wake up and ask for the network to assign them an address for an operating session.
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