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Dell debuts new P-, V-series all-in-one inkjet printers

updated 06:20 pm EST, Wed November 18, 2009

Models offer color trim, two-sided printing, touch

Dell on Wednesday introduced six new inkjet all-in-one printers geared for home and business use. All of the models feature print speeds of up to 33 pages per minute in monochrome or 25 pages per minute in color. Monochrome copy speeds are claimed to reach 25 pages per minute, with color copies processed as fast as 21 pages per minute. All "w" variants feature integrated wireless connectivity, while an optional Bluetooth dongle can be connected to the USB Pictbridge port.

The P713w and V715w handle print volumes of up to 10,000 pages per month or 5,000 pages per month, respectively. Both models feature optical resolution of up to 1200x4800 dots per inch, with 150-page input trays and two-sided printing. The P713w offers fax functionality, while the V715 features a 4.3-inch touchscreen.

Dell's V515w and P513w offer print, copy and scan capabilities. The V515w adds a 35-page ADF and the ability to fax documents. The P513w offers a color display and two-sided printing. The V313 and V313w all-in-ones offer many of the same basic features, with memory card slots for direct printing of photos.

Prices start at $100 and $120 for the V313 and V313w, respectively, while the V515w and P513w are both available for $150. The V715w carries a price tag of $190, with the V715w commanding $200.






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