Dell announced several new laser-class printers this past fall including several of the “world’s smallest laser-class printers” in their respective classes. We’ve reviewed two of the single function models: the budget friendly 1250c LED printer and the more robust 2150cdn. So naturally, we were curious about the lone multifunction series announced during the launch, the 1355 series.
The Dell 1355 series consists of two multifunction color LED printers with an ultra-compact footprint: the 1355cn and the 1355cnw with the major difference being that the 1355cnw offers wireless connectivity.
Both devices feature four functional devices, print speeds up to 15 ppm in black and 12 ppm in color, a large control panel with a 4-line LCD, a 295 MHz processor with 128MB of memory and a front side USB port.
Today, we’ll be taking a hands-on video first look at the Dell 1355cnw with a rundown of the specs and some live printing. Not enough information to make a purchasing decision? Check back soon for our full review!
- 4-in-1 LED printer: print, scan, copy and fax
- Print speeds: up to 15 ppm in black and 12 ppm in color
- Print resolution: up to 600 x 600 dpi
- 4-line backlit LCD
- Front side USB port
- 295 MHz processor with 128MB memory
- 15-sheet automatic document feeder
- Paper capacity: 150-sheet paper tray, 10-sheet bypass tray
- Monthly duty cycle: up to 30,000 pages
- Connectivity: Ethernet, USB 2.0, Wireless
- Operating Systems: Windows, Mac OS
- Energy Star, RoHS compliant
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The Dell 1355cnw Multifunction Color printer is available now through the Dell website for the sale price of $339.99. The suggested retail price is $419.99.
Dell offers a 1-year limited hardware warranty with the 1355cnw.