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LED Printer(no movable parts, longer life) Small footprint
Easy to set up; delivers high-resolution documents.
Fast. Reasonably highquality output across the board. Abovepar photo quality.
Fast. Reasonably high-quality output across the board. Above-par photo quality.
Quiet operation; sturdy; well-built; great print quality; small footprint
Affordable purchase price, Nice color quality.
Price, no network support
Only connects to one computer at a time; lacks Ethernet and Wi-Fi networking.
USB connection only. Low paper capacity, at 150sheets.
USB connection only. Low paper capacity, at 150-sheets.
High per-page consumables cost; no wireless interface or network adapter
Severely overpriced toner, Controlpanel lights are difficult to interpret
By CIOL on November 18, 2011
Unlike laser printers, an LED printer's heads have no moving parts, thus making it more reliable and compact.The control panel for the printer is simple with basic LED-based error info about the status of printer cartridges, paper jams, etc. At the...
By PCQuest on October 31, 2011
An easy to use, quality colour LED printer which also saves on space in your office. Page(s) 1 I am interested in more information about this productI am interested in buying this productPrintCommentEmailDiggDel.icio.usRedditTwitter Aakash...
By Tech2 on October 12, 2011
The Dell 1250c, which costs around Rs. 17,000, comes in a compact package and provides decent energy savings. In terms of price per print, however, an inkjet MFD would be more economical. Dell 1250c - one of the smaller colour laser printers around ...
By CNET UK on August 25, 2011
The Dell 1250c colour laser printer impresses with its excellent print quality, and its small size will make it popular among those who are short on space. It's slow, though, and its running costs are relatively...
By CNET Asia on July 27, 2011
The Dell 1250c color laser printer's compact frame makes sense for users in a confined space, but its lack of Ethernet and wireless connectivity limits its appeal for networked offices....
By Expert Reviews on April 10, 2011
Great print quality makes the 1250c suited to personal use, but its print costs are quite high....
By TechReviewSource on March 05, 2011
4.00 The smaller, less expensive cousin to two Editors' Choice printers—the ($399.99 direct, 4 stars) and ($299 direct, 4 stars)—the Dell 1250c Color LED Printer ($229.99 direct) is a definitively personal printer, designed primarily...
By PC Mag on March 01, 2011
The Dell 1250c Color LED Printer delivers faster speed and better output quality overall than anything else in its price class, but at a somewhat higher cost per page. Buy it...
By PrinterComparison on December 31, 2010
The Dell 1250c is a great little printer, but I think it will fill a very niche role in the SOHO or SMB markets due to its limited connectivity and lack of standalone features. Of course, those happen to also be the 1250c's best features as a...
By Good Gear Guide on November 18, 2010
The Dell 1250c has good print quality and a low initial price, but its toner is expensive and it prints...
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