If you're looking for a printer that can do more for you than just print, Dell's V305W wireless all-in-one printer may be what you're looking for. It prints, copies and scans, but is it worth adding to your home office? Keep reading for a closer look.
The printer has become one of those reliable household items that are seriously taken for granted. We use them every day and everyday without fail, they perform as expected; spitting out our MapQuest directions, flight itineraries, homework and other necessary odds and ends. Printers require little attention -- just some paper every now and then, maybe a new ink cartridge -- yet they perform such a valuable service.
That being said, they're easy to look past. Monitors have become more compact and sleek, laptops are light as air, but printers have pretty much remained the same large, clunky, boring pieces of hardware; unattractive, though necessary.
Thanks toDell, a leading information technology giant, the printer is getting a much-needed face lift and like most technology today, it's multifaceted and multitasking. Dell'sV305W wireless all-in-one printerisn't just a sleek color printer; it's also a copier and scanner. The V305W has a lot to offer, like a low initial cost and a simple, attractive design, but it also has its pitfalls. Its replacement cartridges are very pricey and its speed is sluggish to say the least. Is it worth its $115 price tag? Let's find out.
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