Dell has launched three new commercial printers which it claims to help businesses increase productivity and lower their cost of printing. The 5130cdn is a single function letter-size office colour laser printer, 7130cdn is a LED colour printer with tabloid-size printing capability; and 3330dn is a single-function monochrome laser printer for black and white printing.
According to Dell, the 5130cdn can print up to 47 single-sided and up to 37 double-sided letter pages per minute in both mono and colour. It is enabled through a combination of a new image enhancement algorithm, toner technology and improvements in print engine design and is designed to bring energy and cost savings by using a new toner formulation that fuses at a lower temperature, enabling a cost per page (CPP) of 1.04c for black and white and 7.71c for colour print.
In addition, Dell also launched ColorTrack Pro, a built in remote administration tool for IT administrators to centrally monitor and control access to colour printing on the Dell 5130cdn. It manages user access at the server level to control printing and toner costs.
The 7130cdn is a LED-based colour printer with the ability to print up to tabloid-size Pantone approved colour prints. It includes various paper handling options, a processor and memory.
The 3330dn is a single-function black and white performance printer that can print up to 40 letter pages per minute, with a monthly duty cycle up to 80,000 pages. It packs work-horse reliability, and has paper drawer and memory expansion options, the company said.
Mike Arterbury, global director of commercial software and peripherals at Dell, said: “Our portfolio of printers provides customers with valuable and affordable choices and low cost of printing, saving them time – and real money.”