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Dell 2150cdn - Print Speeds and Running Costs

By Simon Williams



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  • Value 8
  • Print Quality 9
  • Print Speed 7
  • Features 7


January 18, 2011, 11:44 pm

This is not about the review as much as it is about the word “workgroup” used by the printer / copier industry. This unit and others like it in the real world would be ok in an office of 1 to 3 people. To me a workgroup is 5 people. If you put this unit and other like it in a workgroup of 5 people they would be pulling their hair out by the end of the month if not sooner. Because they would be spending more time replenishing the trays and replacing the toner then they should. I wish the industry would quick using these types of words to mislead business / people and misrepresent their products.

I am in the business of servicing and selling laser products. I have seen quite a few office using products that are either to small or too large for the environment they are in, because they take the word of the manufacture and or dealer using such words as “workgroup”. They should be talking a closer look at the paper and the toner capacity the unit has in comparison to what the end users might need. Then look at the speed that would be required in the office.

Thanks for all your reviews.

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