Dell Printer :

The Dell Printer – E310dw delivers quick speed, great paper handling, and compatibility for mobile printing which can also be served as a shared printer in a small office.  It is also quite good as a personal monochrome laser printer.

As compared to the Brother printer, the E310dw has Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi Direct as an alternatives to connecting through an USB. It also has mobile printing and printing from cloud-storage and other document management websites. The E310dw’s low price makes it a good choice.

It comes with a 250-sheet main tray, a one sheet manual feed, and a duplexer for double sided printing.

The E310dw has mobile printing support that is convenient. When the printer is connected to a network, one can print from iOS, Android, and Windows mobile devices via Wi-Fi access point. After the network is connected to the Internet, one may also print via the Cloud. When the printer is connected to a single PC via USB cable, it cannot print through the cloud, but printing can be done from a mobile device by using the printer’s Wi-Fi Direct to connect to it from the device.

The E310dw has a weight of about 19 pounds 13 ounces, thus it is easy for any single person to move it. It is just 7.3 x 14 x 14.2 inches (HWD), so it can be placed on a desk very easily.

The printer can print 27 pages per minute (ppm) when printing a text document with some or little formatting.

The graphics and photo quality are both very common and mediocre for a monochrome laser printer. The text is in the bottom of the range for lasers, that makes the entire output quality a bit below average. But the bar for monochrome laser text is fairly high. Also if it is at the low end of the range, it is good enough for any kind of business use.

Graphics quality is quite good for any internal business requirement. If you have little demands, you will find it good enough for PowerPoint handouts or similar things.