Dell debuts new breakthrough LED printer tech

Sep 30, 2010
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Dell has unveiled a cool new printer technology that uses LEDs rather than lasers to print pages. The LED printer is capable of printing in color or black and Dell has unveiled the world's smallest letter color laser class printer. The new LED printer is the Dell 1000 series.

The printer is very compact and uses a drum and fuser that promise to last the lifetime of the printer for less maintenance. The LED printer series will include the 1250c, the world's smallest letter color laser class printer with 10ppm color printing and up to 8% less power consumption than competing laser printers.

The line also includes the 1350cn/w that has integrated WiFi with the LED tech for network printing and consumes 11% less power than similar laser offerings. The final model is the 1355cn/w that is the world's smallest 4-in-1 multifunction laser class printer with 12-ppm color, network interface, and WiFi. The 1250c sells for $229, the 1350cnw sells for $329 and both are available now. The 1355cn/w will ship in November for $399 without WiFi and $449 with WiFi.


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