When Dell announced the addition of eight new color laser class printers to their growing lineup at the end of September, I was interested in hearing more. When we heard that four of the eight would be the “world’s smallest” color printers in their respective classes, I knew I had to get them in for review.
Today, we’ll be sharing a hands-on video first look of the Dell 1250c, the “world’s smallest color A4/Letter laser class printer.” Beyond an ultra compact footprint, the Dell 1250c also offers print speeds up to 12 ppm in black and 10 ppm in color, a print resolution up to 600 x 600 dpi and a monthly duty cycle up to 30,000 pages.
Want more information? Check back soon for our full review of the Dell 1250c.
- Single function color LED
- Print speeds: up to 12 ppm in black, 10 ppm in color
- Print resolution: up to 600 x 600 dpi
- 192 MHz processor with 64 MB of RAM
- Monthly duty cycle: up to 30,000 pages
- Paper capacity: 150-sheet paper tray
- Connectivity: Hi-Speed USB 2.0
- Energy Star, RoHS compliant
- 1-year limited warranty with Advanced Exchange Service
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The Dell 1250c is available now through the Dell website for the sale price of $199.99, $30 off the suggested retail price of $229.99.
Supplies and accessories can be purchased through the Dell website. A set of standard capacity toner cartridges (CMYK) for the 1250c will cost $188.96. High capacity toner is also available for the 1250c; a set of high capacity cartridges (CMYK) will set you back $279.96
Dell offers a 1-year limited hardware warranty and 1-year Advanced Exchange Service with 24/7 phone support.