Dell Completes Imaging Portfolio Update

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Dell unveiled the second update to their imaging portfolio in 2012 following the June product announcement that introduced eight new devices.

This announcement includes three new multifunction printers and five new single function laser printers targeted at a range of businesses from SOHO (small office/ home office) to medium and large enterprise workgroups.

Starting with the MFPs, Dell introduced the C1765nf/nfw color multifunction printer, the B3465dnf and B5464dnf monochrome multifunction printers.

The C1765nf and C1765nfw were designed with small offices and remote offices in mind and offer print, scan, copy and fax functionality as well as print speeds up to 15 ppm in black and 12 ppm in color, a monthly duty cycle up to 30,000 pages and Nuance PaperPort 14. Both configurations offer built-in networking, but the C1765nfw also offers built-in wireless connectivity for $30 more.


C1765nf. left and C1765nfw, right

The C1765nf and C1765nfw are expected to be available in November 2012 for the suggested retail price of $369 and $399, respectively.

The B3465dnf and B5465dnf are built for medium sized businesses and large enterprise workgroups with print, scan, copy and fax functionality as well as large touchscreens featuring five in-device productivity solution applications, mobile printings and secure print release.


B3465dnf, left and B5465dnf, right

The B3465dnf offers print speeds up to 50 ppm, a 7-inch LCD touchscreen, monthly duty cycle up to 150,000 pages, maximum paper capacity up to 2,300 pages and a low cost per page of 1.55 cents. The B3465dnf is expected to be available in November 2012 for the suggested retail price of $1399.

The B5465dnf features print speeds up to 70 ppm, a 10.2-inch LCD touchscreen, monthly duty cycle up to 300,000 pages, a maximum paper capacity up to 3,300 pages and an extra high yield replacement cartridge offering a cost per page of 1 cent.

The B5465dnf is expected to be available in January 2012 for the suggested retail price of $3,609.

In the single function lineup, Dell now offers three additional color products – the C1660w, C1760nw and C1765nf/nfw – and three additional monochrome products – the B2360d/dn, B3460dn and the B5460dn.

The C1660w offers print speeds up to 12 ppm in black and 10 ppm in color, monthly duty cycle up to 30,000 pages, built-in wireless connectivity and a cost per page of 4 cents in black and 21 cents in color for $199.


The C1660w, left and C1760nw, right

The C1760nw is a step up with print speeds up to 15 ppm in black and 12 ppm in color, a cost per page of 3.5 cents in black and 18.5 cents in color and built-in Ethernet and Wi-Fi for $279.

The B2360d and B2360dn offer print speeds up to 40 ppm, automatic duplexing, a monthly duty cycle up to 80,000 pages, a maximum paper capacity up to 850 pages and a cost per page of 2 cents. The 2360d and 2360dn are expected to be available in November 2012 for $249 and $299, respectively.


B2360d, left, B2360dn, right

The B3460dn features print speeds up to 50 ppm, a 2.4-inch LCD panel, automatic duplexing, monthly duty cycle up to 100,000 pages, paper capacity up to 2,300 sheets and built-in networking for $699.


B3460dn, left, B5460dn, right

The B5460dn is the top of the line with print speeds up to 63 ppm, a 2.4-inch LCD, automatic duplexing, monthly duty cycle up to 275,000 pages, maximum paper capacity up to 4,400 sheet, built-in networking and extra high yield replacement cartridges with a cost per page of 1 cent. The B5460dn is expected to be available in November 2012 for the suggested retail price of $1319.

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