Dell 1133 laser multifunction printer

This budget Dell laser printer can pump out black and white text pages quickly and with decent quality

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    3.75 / 5
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    0.50 / 5 (of 1 Review)
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    $ 199.00 (AUD)

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Not a thing
Price, lack of functions, design
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Given a choice I would get a laser printer that Office Works or Disk Smith has for $50 bargin (Brother /samsung) every now and then.

The design is hard to fit in a normal space. The foot print is larger at the top than the bottom and it has a duplexer (space only) at the rear that hit the wall and keeps the printer away from the wall about 7cm to 10cm. The lid does not need this pacemaking the total leanth some 50CM.

Print is Okay only. Nothing earth shatering. Normal speed, about 15PPM and 50 sheets comfotably in the tray even if the specs say 80 in the tray. The extra 30 would not be a good idea.

It's a Dell product so it will be reliable. For printing black and white, it's fine. If you coompany purchase it for you, that good (as with me) but if you wwant a real Laser for $250 Colur with all the bells and whistles FujiXerox docuprint cp205. And under $200.

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