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Dell B1165nfw Wireless Monochrome Laser All-In-One Printer

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Dell B1165nfw Wireless Monochrome Laser All-In-One Printer
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  • Built-in wireless 802.11 b/g/n connectivity 
  • Built-in wired Ethernet connectivity (10/100 Base TX) 
  • Prints up to 21 pages per minute in black and white
  • Up to 1200 dpi maximum optimized print resolution
  • Offers 600 x 600 dpi maximum optimized copy resolution and 1200 x 1200 dpi scanner optical resolution, with scan speeds of 3 seconds per page.
  • Supports direct printing for Dell Mobile Print (Android OS), AirPrint (iOS) and Google Cloud Print.                  


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Office Depot has the Dell B1165nfw Wireless Monochrome Laser All-In-One Printer on sale for $79.99 (was $199.99) with free shipping.  

  • Built-in wireless 802.11 b/g/n connectivity 
  • Built-in wired Ethernet connectivity (10/100 Base TX) 
  • Prints up to 21 pages per minute in black and white
  • Up to 1200 dpi maximum optimized print resolution
  • Offers 600 x 600 dpi maximum optimized copy resolution and 1200 x 1200 dpi scanner optical resolution, with scan speeds of 3 seconds per page.
  • Supports direct printing for Dell Mobile Print (Android OS), AirPrint (iOS) and Google Cloud Print.                  

The next lowest price on Google Products is $139.99 from Dell Home

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Good deal. Folks should consider setting up laser printer as a companion to their inkjet printer. Laser printers can easily handle large print jobs. Compare the printing cost per page of the laser and inkjet printers; the laser printer usually has a lower cost.

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Can you use it with 3rd party ink?

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digitaldoc said:   Can you use it with 3rd party ink?
  This is a laser printer, it doesn't use ink.

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Some reviews on this printer are stating it doesn't work with Win8 or 8.1 . Some are complaining of incompatibility with Google Cloud print. Others are noting difficulty in setup and losing network connection. Some complain of inability to do a firmware update. Beware.

I'm iffy on this printer despite wanting to give it a chance. The price is great. I've had terrible experiences with Dell inkjets - they were (cheaply) made by Lexmark and gave me nothing but trouble. I warn people away from Dell/Lexmark. Been burned once too often by Dell/Lexmark. But, this is a rebadged Samsung printer from my research. Cheap Samsung lasers are excellent. Perhaps Dell got rid of Lexmark?
Caveat Emptor, you have been put on notice.

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I know Dell inkjets went through ink like crazy, so I always avoided. I wonder if toner use is about the same across all brands? The reviews Hemond mentioned on Amazon are pretty specific as to the problems. That said, this is a good price, plus there are the rewards and CashBack to lower the cost more if one wants to roll the dice.

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digitaldoc said:   Can you use it with 3rd party ink?
  Looks like on eBay the reman is going for $35. If you fill it yourself it is $18 with the chip. Not sure though how easy it is to refill. I can't imagine that any of these are that difficult. I have a Dell color LED 1660 printer and you just pop off the one tab and you add your toner.

 

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Do these work natively with iPads and Macbooks? New to the apple world and my parents' Brother printer needs a clunky app in order to interface with their iPad. Thanks

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isabee said:   Do these work natively with iPads and Macbooks? New to the apple world and my parents' Brother printer needs a clunky app in order to interface with their iPad. Thanks
  Yes, it is AirPrint capable.  See: http://support.apple.com/kb/HT4356

I was able to get the B1265DFW on clearance at Staples so this deal is not for me.

As for the issue with it losing network connectivity, the people need to go into the control panel, change the timeout from 1 minute to 120 and then set to "Wake On LAN Printing".  Once you do that, you shouldn't have any problems.  I haven't since those changes were done on my printer.

I like the printer so far.

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Thanks Flyboynm!

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