Dell Singapore Introduces Three New LED Printers For SMBs And Home Offices
Now that all the talking has been done, it is time for the main attractions of the event to make their grand entrance.
Touted as the world’s smallest Letter colour laser-class printer, the Dell 1250c is capable of churning printouts at speeds of up to 12ppm for mono and 10ppm for colour prints at a resolution of 600 x 600 dpi. In addition, It comes with a processor capable of speeds up to 192MHz, 64MB of onboard memory and 2MB of ROM.
Furthermore, the 1250c ships with standard capacity toners which are capable of lasting up to 700 pages, although high-capacity variants (2000 for black, 1400 for CMY) are available for heavy duty printing.
If the Dell 1250c was the world’s smallest laser-class LED printer, the Dell 1350cnw takes the crown for being the world’s smallest laser-class LED network printer.
Designed for small and medium-sized businesses and small workgroups looking for high value, high-quality printouts and network connectivity, the 1350cnw is capable of producing printouts at speeds of up to 15ppm (mono) and 12ppm (colour) at the same resolution as that of the 1250c.
However, the print resolution is the only factor which the 1350cnw has in common with the 1250c. Backing up the 1350cnw’s hardware is a beefier processor clocked at 384MHz, twice the amount of memory (128MB) and 8MB of ROM.
As its ‘cnw’ suffix implies, the 1350cnw sports network and WiFi capabilities and is compatible with most standard network protocols. For the security conscious, the 1350cnw features built-in support for the most common WiFi security protocols: 64/128-bit WEP and TKIP/AES-encrypted WPA.
Dubbed as the world’s smallest multifunction laser-class network printer, the Dell 1355cn comes with print/copy/scan/fax capabilities and delivers fast print speeds of up to 15ppm (mono) and 12ppm for colour prints, along with network connectivity.
Pricing and Availability
The 1250c and 1350cnw are already available for order today at S$349 and S$499 respectively. The 1355cn, on the other hand, does not have a release date yet, but Dell has confirmed that it will be sold for S$899.
Lastly, all Dell printers will come with standard 1-year Limited Hardware Warranty, 8×7 online and phone support (Singapore) and One Year Advanced Exchange Service.