Review: Dell 3335dn Multifunction Business Printer

by Eric Grevstad

What do you get when you cross a 40-page laser printer with a copier/scanner/fax machine? The Dell 3335 offers impressive speed and duplex, monochrome printing at a not-quite-as-impressive price.

This is not a cheap business printer -- either in terms of its price tag or its consumables. But then, you get what you pay for, so if you're in the market for a fast, multifunction laser printer that has both USB and Ethernet capability, duplex printing, a high duty-cycle rating and a touch-screen display, the Dell 3335dn could be exactly what you're looking for. HardwareCentral has the full review.

Our only hesitation in recommending the Dell 3335dn as a busy office's printer and copier is that its output tray isn't very big. At our office, the printer output tray is a social center second only to the water cooler; there's always somebody hanging around waiting for a print or copy job; but the Dell's 150-sheet output tray is simply the recessed space between the printer or base unit and the flatbed scanner/copier/fax/control panel mounted above it. Besides, with printing rated at 40 pages per minute, people won't get much chance to wait around for long.

Read the complete Dell 3335dn Multifunction Printer Review

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This article was originally published on Tuesday Jul 6th 2010
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