The Dell 1355cnw is set up for businesses success with an economical LED engine, convenient wireless connectivity, and high-quality color prints that you won't be ashamed to pass around the boardroom.
Nice text and photos, Decent speed for the price.
Small enough to serve as a personal MFP. High quality output, particularly for graphics.
Small, lightweight; great print quality; highly configurable output and networking options
Its sluggish print engine makes you wait, and no autoduplexer means extra babysitting.
Expensive toner, No automatic duplexing.
No duplexer. Relatively low paper capacity for a shared printer.
Somewhat slow; high cost per page; no automatic duplexing
By cnet on November 08, 2011
The Dell 1355cnw's wireless connectivity and simple controls lend themselves well to a busy micro-office environment, as long as you don't mind waiting a bit for multipage...70
By CNET UK on August 25, 2011
The Dell 1355cnw multi-function, colour laser printer offers a good range of features and produces great printouts, but it's let down by its slow print speeds and the relatively high price of its toner...50
By Macworld UK on April 06, 2011
The Dell 1355cnw has wireless networking for good measure. Using an LED array to create images rather than the more widely known laser technology, it produces good output, too. As is the case with many low-cost MFPs, unfortunately, replacement toner...60
By PrinterComparison on March 28, 2011
The Dell 1355cnw has many good things going for it: good print quality in both black and white and color, lower energy consumptions than laser counterparts, a fully functional front side USB port, high capacity toner replacement cartridges and unique...60
By PC Advisor on March 02, 2011
Like other colour multifunction printers in its price range, the Dell 1355cnw presents a series of trade-offs. Its output quality is better than that of most competitors, which might make an investment in its pricey replacement toner worthwhile. Jon...60
By pcworld.com_techhive.com on March 01, 2011
Best suited for small, low-volume offices, this multifunction printer offers versatile connectivity, but provides limited features and uses expensive toner. Dell 1355cnw Color MFP: Wireless Is a Plus, Pricey Toner Is a Problem Dell 1355cnw Review, by...60
By itreviews.com on January 10, 2011
This would be a fine, compact, colour all-in-one page printer, if it wasn't for the exorbitant price of its consumables. Nearly 20p per page is way beyond what you should be paying for an A4 colour page. It's a shame to burden good technology...-
By PC Mag on January 04, 2011
Whether you need a shared MFP in a micro, small, or home office or a personal MFP in any size office, the Dell 1355cnw Multifunction Color Printer is a prime candidate. Buy it...80
By Computer Shopper on January 01, 2011
This capable laser-class AIO delivers impressive-looking output. It's fine for small offices that need color printing, though its speeds and pricey toner make it best for printing in modest volumes....75
By Trusted Reviews on November 28, 2010
Following on from the recent launch of the LED printer, which set a new target for the minimum size of laser-class printers, Dell has followed up with the 1355cnw, a multi-function printer that adds scan, copy and fax to the feature set. The...70