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Dell Model 926 AIO printer

Discussion in 'Tech Tips and Reviews' started by Oregonian, Feb 6, 2007.

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  1. Oregonian

    Oregonian Thread Starter

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    Friends,
    I am thinking about replacing my defective A920 with the 926, is it any better in terms of
    stability?
    Cordially,
    Ira:)
     
  2. neos1

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    Hi Ira,

    I have a 922 which is a Lexmarx with Dell's insignia. I liked the quality. For 76.00
    it did everything adequately and some things well, and it still works.
    But the ink !yowza!, very spendy. Dell likes to almost give the printer/all-in-one away so that you are stuck with buying their ink cartridges.
    If you get the chance do a little price comparison on the ink, it's possible that you could get the same quality printer, or better, and spend less in the long run.
    I replaced the Dell 922 with a HP 5610. Ink cartridges are much less the quality of printing/scanning/copying is about the same and it has a fax too.

    None of this answered your question. But maybe there is some food for thought here:)
     
  3. Oregonian

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    As you have the Model 922 and know that it was made by Lexmark, how could I find out if the 926 is also made by Lexmark?
    Thanks,
    Ira
     
  4. neos1

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    http://www.pacificink.com/link.php?pg=dell-faqs

    I just did a "who makes Dell printers" on Google.:)
     
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