Speed And Running Costs Are Important For Mono Laser Printer Customers

2009-11-03 09:13:38

Published on 2009-11-03 09:13:38

There are two key reasons by a customer may be inclined to pay more for a mono laser printer than pay less for a more versatile machine.

This is according to TrustedReviews' Simon Williams, who says that speed and running costs are considered by those looking at printer ink for mono laser printers, which can cost more than £500.

Mr Williams highlights one such printer, the Dell 3330dn, which is targeted at small, time-pressured workgroups which prioritise such features.

Despite being a "fast, capable machine", Mr Williams wrote, is comes with a print tray capacity of just 250 sheets, meaning that a lot of refilling will be necessary.

However, there is better news in terms of printer ink, as Mr Williams explained.

"Pull down the front panel and you have access to the combined drum and toner cartridge.

"The toner cartridge clips into position on the drum, as they each have different service lives. Cartridge replacement is a two minute job and, unlike paper replacement, won't be needed often."

Dell recently announced the launch of its Latitude Z laptop, the world's thinnest and lightest 16" notebook computer.

Posted by Peter Cragg.

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