Senin, 01 Juli 2013

Dell B1160 Mono Laser Printer Review


OVERVIEW
The Dell B1160 Mono Laser Printer is a compact, reliable, and easy-to-use single function printer that could save space in homes and small offices. It produces high-quality printouts  with easy-to-access control buttons and the user can experience streamline operation with a fuser unit designed to last the life of the printer and only one toner cartridge to replace.  B1160 is an affordable option that offers a high-speed performance, quality, and efficiency.

PROS
The Dell B1160 printer measures only 13" (33.1cm) wide, 8.4" deep (21.5cm) and 7" (17.8cm) tall and is a great way to save space.  The printer weighs 8.82 lb (4.0kg) with toner and
7.49 lb (3.4kg) without toner.

Image quality is excellent. Users obtain razor-sharp images and graphics as well as clean, precise text in their printouts as the B1160 offers up to 1200 x 1200 dpi Image Quality.

The Dell B1160 is not only affordable to purchase but it also offers a low printing cost per page.

For green users, the Dell B1160 is RoHS and ENERGY STAR 1.2 qualified and users can return empty toner cartridges to Dell and participate in recycling programs.

The Dell B1160 laser printer is very easy to use. Easy-to-access control buttons allow users to start or cancel printing jobs effortlessly.


Printing large files quickly is no problem for this printer as it has a standard memory of 8MB RAM and a processor of 300MHz. The Dell B1160 offers high-speed printing of up to 21 ppm (letter) or 20 ppm (A4).
The B1160 offers a very low-maintenance user experience as the fuser unit is designed to last the life of the printer and users can minimize upkeep with just one toner cartridge that prints up to 1500 pages.

The Dell B1160  comes with a convenient high-input 150-sheet paper tray and has a high duty cycle of up to 10,000 pages per month, enough for small businesses and homes.

CONS
Most inkjet printers have  lower running costs than the Dell B1160.
The B1160 is a single function monochrome laser printer which only prints in black and white.
The output tray could get cluttered when holding only a couple of dozen sheets even though it has a capacity of 100 A4 sheets.
A USB cable is not supplied in the box and the Dell B1160 only has a USB interface so the printer cannot be far to the computer.  

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