Dell E310dw Specifications:
- Print Speed: Up to 27 ppm – B/W, Up to 13 ppm – B/W duplex
- Monthly Duty Cycle Range (Printer Class): 10,000 – 19,999 pages
- Connectivity: wired, USB 2.0, LAN, Wi-Fi(n)
Dell E310dw User’s Guide and Setup Guide
Dell E310dw Manual in PDF format, The manual provided is a User Guide and Setup Guide.
The compact and lightweight device is not necessarily complicated to use due to its limited range of functions. The included software is still annoying with some design carvers. For example, duplex printing cannot be set as the default for all printing. You cannot scan with the Dell E310dw, but at least the printer and the paper guide work quite reliably. According to buyers, lighter papers curl noticeably. This is where the use of heavier laser printer paper helps.
The paper compartment is relatively generous with 250 sheets. For individual workstations, the volume is also sufficient for frequent printing. Only in workgroups with many printer users do you have to change paper more often. Although the printer only achieves the 600 dpi standard for cheap laser printers, testers and buyers are still satisfied. In your daily work with documents, the Dell E310dw brings texts sharply to paper. You only have to expect a loss of quality with very small font sizes. A new toner for the Dell laser printer costs almost as much as the printer itself. Thus, the follow-up costs are only acceptable if the toner change is not frequent, for example, if you rarely print or if only a few people use the printer. Because 1,200 pages are not a long-range for a laser.
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The range of interfaces is also commendable, as the Dell E310dw printer can be integrated into the network both traditionally via network cable and via WLAN. However, buyers are critical of the stability of the WLAN connection. However, the device receives praise for the recessed connections that allow it to be set up directly on the wall.