After the announcement of eight new color laser-class printers in September, Dell followed with the launch of three new monochrome laser printers in November. The new printers are targeted at small and medium businesses offering customers an option in between the small office, home office (SOHO) models and the large enterprise units.
Today, we’ll be taking a video hands-on first look at the Dell 2350d, the entry level model in the 2350 series. The 2350d is a single function monochrome laser printer featuring print speeds up to 40 pages per minute with a print resolution up to 1200 x 1200 dpi, automatic duplexing, a monthly duty cycle up to 60,000 pages and Energy Star efficiency.
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- Single function laser
- Print speeds: up to 40 ppm
- Print resolution: up to 1200 x 1200 dpi
- 400 MHz processor with 32 MB standard
- Automatic duplexing
- Monthly duty cycle: up to 60,000 pages
- Paper capacity: 250-sheet cassette, 50-sheet multi-purpose tray
- Connectivity: Hi-Speed USB 2.0, Parallel port
- Energy Star qualified
- 1-year hardware warranty with Advanced Exchange Service
PRICING AND AVAILABILITY
The Dell 2350d is available now through Dell for the sale price of $209.99, $40 off the suggested retail price. Dell does not include the necessary connection cable.
Dell also sells supplies and accessories for the 2350d. Dell offers two toner options: a 2,000 page standard capacity toner cartridge and a 6,000 page high capacity toner cartridge.
Dell offers a 1-year limited hardware warranty with 1-year of Advanced Exchange Service. Or add up to 5-years of additional warranty through Dell.