Dell C1660w Colour Printer Described As A Solid Choice For Businesses
The Dell C1660w Colour Printer has collected three stars from an analyst at PCMag.com.
Tony Hoffman from the website described the system as a solid choice for a home or micro office, praising its compact size and decent quality of output.
However, he criticised the machine's below-par text quality and its lack of USB thumb drives, while having no Ethernet was also noted as a disadvantage.
"The text quality is still fine for general business use. Graphics quality was typical of a color laser, good enough for PowerPoint handouts, though I'd hesitate in handing them to people I was seeking to impress," Mr Hoffman explained.
Dell's C1765 laser printer was also criticised recently, with Martyn Clayden from PC Advisor criticising its control panel for "juttering" unnecessarily over the front of the machine, obscuring the system's output arm.
Mr Clayden concluded that, while the machine is a relatively affordable option for businesses, it misses "several obvious opportunities".
Posted by Johnny McMaster.