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£274.61 Dell 1235cn Multifunction Colour Laser Printer (Print, Copy, Scan, Fax)

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Compact, Stylish and Versatile. The slick, black Dell 1235cn Multifunction Colour Laser Printer can satisfy all your colour printing, scanning, faxing and copying needs in one compact, stylish package. Up to 2400dpi x 600dpi print resolution. Stylish design with a piano black finish. Quiet (less than 48dBA2 in printing mode), so it’s easy to work nearby.

All-in-One Versatility. The 2-line LCD, 28-key operator panel and single-touch control buttons for copy, scan and fax features help make the Dell 1235cn Multifunction Colour Laser easy to use. Up to 1200 x 1200 dpi scanner optical resolution. Front USB port so you can scan and print files directly from USB flash drives and Create digital archives with the SmarThru Office© scan application. Colour fax functionality

Save Paper, Save Energy. The Dell 1235cn Multifunction Colour Laser is designed to be easy on the environment and easy on your budget. Environmentally conscious printing options help reduce paper consumption. Toner cartridges can be returned to Dell for recycling at no cost. Easy-to-replace toner cartridges print up to 1,500 pages black and 1,000 pages colour. ENERGY STAR® qualified. On average, ENERGY STAR–qualified products are up to 25% more efficient than conventional models.

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