Despite its comparatively high upfront price, this model's low running costs (3.5 cents per black and 18 cents per color page) make it an attractive option. It also supports wireless printing and is compatible with Dell's recently released mobile printer apps for Android, iOS, and Windows RT. A wired ethernet port is included for those who want to use the C1760nw as a workgroup printer.
Paper-handling is minimal: the front face folds down to create a 150-sheet tray, with a 10-page bypass tray directly above it for envelopes and one-off documents. The C1760nw doesn't support automatic two-sided printing, however, so you'll have to manually flip each page halfway through the job. The printer is small and compact, measuring 8.9 by 15.5 by 11.8 inches (HWD).
Print brilliant, high-quality documents with a maximum duty cycle of up to 30,000 pages a month. Create rich, true-to-life colors using Dell Clear View LED technology. Save resources and keep maintenance low with a drum and fuser unit that's designed to last the life of the printer.
The Dell C1760nw is a solid color laser printer with networking capabilities and an easy-to-use control panel with a small LCD display. It's a good choice for light-duty printing in a home office or micro business, and it comes with a one-year warranty. If you're willing to spend a little extra, you can upgrade to a five-year warranty with advanced exchange service. That will cost you about $80, but it's still less expensive than buying a separate extended warranty.