The Dell 1130n's low-profile design, basic setup procedure, and decent output results make it a strong contender to be your next light-duty office printer.
Low cost. Suitably small for a personal printer.
Inexpensive for a networkable laser model; built-in Ethernet port; good-quality output
The 1130n's graphical output quality needs improvement, and it doesn't include Wi-Fi connectivity.
Although output quality is good enough for most business purposes, it's a touch below par overall.
Occasional paper jams; problematic paper handling; consumables are costlier than comparable printers'
By CNET UK on August 25, 2011
The Dell 1130 monochrome laser printer is extremely neat and compact, and produces excellent results with both text and graphics. It's also reasonably cheap to run. We like...70
By cnet on July 29, 2011
Although it performed adequately in our print speed tests, this basic monochrome laser printer is outgunned by competitive devices with wireless networking for the same...61
By PC Mag on June 09, 2011
Meant primarily as a mono laser personal printer for any size office, the Dell 1130 Laser Printer is small enough to comfortably share a desk with. Buy it...50
By DigitalVersus on May 25, 2011
A model that will suit you very well if you're looking for an ultra-compact, basic model that's simple to use. It's fast and does the minimum...60
By Computeractive on June 17, 2010
Despite being rather basic, the 1130 performs well and is a good cheap laser...80
By Computer Shopper on June 01, 2010
The 1130n is a decent monochrome laser printer for small offices where cost is a concern, but it doesn't offer enough features to set it apart from its competition....71
By Expert Reviews on May 10, 2010
The 1130n is unquestionably an excellent printer, but Samsung's original version is cheaper and costs less to run....60
By Pocket-lint on April 29, 2010
Despite being rather basic, Dell’s 1130 does the job well if for whatever reason you don’t want to opt for an...70
By itreviews.com on April 28, 2010
There's clearly still a market for standalone printers and Dell's new model is a tidy solution suitable for medium-yield home and small business use. Those looking for a no-nonsense solution in these environments will find very little to dislike...-
By Trusted Reviews on April 04, 2010
The concept of the personal laser printer has been around for many years. The models that have fitted the bill haven’t changed that much in overall design, either; a small box feeding paper from a modest paper tray, through a simple laser print...80