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As a result, text is darker and characters aren’t well-defined. Colour also suffers from accuracy issues, resulting in under-saturated colours that lack vibrancy. The controls and user interface are basic. The unit still has a Web-based interface, which includes an e-mail alert function.
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I need power and lots of it. One redeeming aspect of the cn is its scan quality.
Sign up to gain exclusive access to email subscriptions, event invitations, competitions, giveaways, and much more. Scans are crisp and detailed at dpi, though they are slightly brighter than the source image.
The unit has a maximum paper input capacity of sheets, with a fairly resilient monthly duty cycle of 40, pages. The multifunction’s features are standard fare.
The speed and quality of Dell’s cn are nothing to shout about. Cons High running cost, slow print speeds, poor print quality. This Holiday Season, protect yourself and your loved ones with the best. Beyond this, unfortunately, there isn’t much to get excited about. Bottom Line The speed and quality of Dell’s cn are nothing to shout about. The Dell cn’s main selling point is its initial price point.
Print quality is somewhat disappointing. Dell has opted for a simple layout involving a five-way navigation pad, four quick access buttons, a numeric keypad for use with the cn’s fax function and a basic three-line monochrome display.
Print speed is average for a laser printer, with the cn managing to print a mono document at 16 pages per minute and a colour one at 12ppm. Though its price is a big incentive, we would prefer to spend a little extra on getting a more capable unit. Sign in with LinkedIn Sign in with Facebook. Membership is free, and your security and privacy remain protected. There are some design choices we disliked — the control panel sits higher than usual on the printer, and because the paper output tray faces backwards retrieving printouts is a hassle.
One of the major deterrents with Dell printers is their running costs, and the cn is unfortunately no exception. One pleasant surprise is the comprehensive administration options available when the printer eell connected via USB.
Many manufacturers rely on a Web-based interface for remote administration, but Dell’s Toolbox software provides users with the same kinds of options over 235cn.
The del, attracts a running cost of Unfortunately, it lacks an automatic duplex function, instead offering two different manual duplex options. The cn’s design is ugly but functional: Dell cn Expensive in the long run.
De,l Dell’s cn is one of the cheapest units on the market, the running costs are sure to outweigh the initial cost savings. Users can control basic copy, scan and fax functions, as well as retrieve essential status and network information. The unit performs well with both text and pictures, showing none of the flaws common to low-end multifunctions.