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Dell C1760nw

Dell C1760nw
alaScore 87

25 reviews

Apr, 2014

alaTest has collected and analyzed 25 reviews from magazines and websites. People are impressed by the connectivity and usability. The build quality and print quality are also appreciated. There are some mixed comments about the performance.

value for money, print quality, build quality, usability, connectivity

We analyzed user and expert ratings, product age and more factors. Compared to other Printers the Dell C1760nw is awarded an overall alaScore™ of 87/100 = Very good quality.

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(Based on 25 reviews)

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Dell C1760nw Color Printer

 

The Dell C1760nw Color Printer is a step up from the Dell C1660w Color Printer, adding Ethernet connectivity and a bypass tray, using a slightly faster print engine, and offering slightly lower running costs. It has solid (if unspectacular) speed and...

Compact. Wi-Fi, Ethernet, and USB connectivity

Lacks auto-duplexer. No port for USB thumb drive

The Dell C1760nw Color Printer is a small and capable LED-based printer for a micro or home office or for use as a personal printer in any size office.

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Dell C1760nw review

 

If your old Dell C1660w colour printer is on its last legs and you're thinking of upgrading your small office or home printer, you'll be pleased to learn that Dell has a successor – with a few more useful features.

For the Dell C1760nw Dell has made some necessary upgrades to the C1660w colour printer, adding a network connection, expanded paper input and faster print engine. But ink costs are far higher than average and will make the printer unattractively...

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Dell C1760nw colour printer

 

We've spent a lot of electronic ink telling you to avoid low-cost colour laser printers, because they're all slow, with sparse features and worst of all, really expensive toner. We'd almost advise the same about the $249 (as of April, 2013) Dell...

Outstandingly sharp text printing; quality graphic and photo printing

Pricey toner; average to slow printing times

Colour laser devotees, we know you’re out there. If you must buy a low-cost colour laser, the Dell C1760nw is one we’re willing to recommend – albeit with many reservations – because of its unusually good graphics quality.

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