The Dell Precision 8200 can print at up to 2,400 dots per inch (DPI), but its LCD display doesn’t offer the sharpness and color reproduction of a high-end printer.
If you’re a fan of glossy displays, the Dell Precision 9200 offers a glossy display that’s almost indistinguishable from a glossy screen.
If the resolution is an issue for you, the Precision 10400 is the machine for you.
And while the Precision 9400 and 10400 can print both glossy and glossy LCD, the 10400 comes with a display that can only display glossy.
The 10400 and Precision 9500 have a much higher resolution than the Precision 8300, and the Precision 10000 is much faster.
The Precision 9000 and the new Dell Precision 10600 are both faster than the 8300.
If your printer’s resolution is a problem, you might want to look at the Dell XP LaserJet printer.
It’s cheaper, lighter, and has a sharper LCD screen.
The Dell XP is also cheaper than the other printers on this list, so you’ll get the best of both worlds.
Read more of our best Dell printers review.