Melissa RiofrioExecutive Editor, PCWorld

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Melissa Riofrio spent her formative journalistic years reviewing some of the biggest iron at PCWorld--desktops, laptops, storage, printers--and she continued to focus on hardware testing during stints at Computer Currents and CNET. Currently, in addition to leading PCWorld’s content direction, she covers productivity laptops and Chromebooks, and car tech.

Samsung CLP-775ND review: A Midpriced Workhorse Color Laser

Brisk speed, efficient paper handling, and reasonably priced toner are this workgroup model’s strengths. Photo quality is adequate.

Canon Pixma MG6220 Review: Cool and Competent Inkjet MFP

A futuristic-looking touch panel, attractive output, and good speed highlight this Canon multifunction. The CD/DVD printing is a nice additional feature.

Cheap Ink and Toner: Finding the Best Deal

An online shopping trip shows that national retailer Staples charges more and a website called Bluedogink.com charges less--but it's the deal around the price that makes the difference.

HP LaserJet Pro 100 Color MFP M175nw Starts as a Bargain but Doesn't Stay One

This laser MFP is initially inexpensive and has nice output, but its toner is expensive and its feature set is incomplete.

Canon Pixma iP4920 Inkjet Photo Printer Review: Capable, Low-Cost Printer Meets CD/DVD Printing

For home or student users, this unit offers good speed, print quality, and paper handling, and it prints on specially coated CD and DVD media.

Inexpensive Samsung ML-3712ND laser printer has pricey toner

Competitive speed and surprisingly smooth graphics quality might help some offices forget how pricey the toner can be.

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Brother HL-2270DW Review: Decent Laser Printer With Wi-Fi and Pricey Toner

Automatic duplexing and wireless make the HL-2270DW a more-than-basic laser printer, but its toner costs are high.

Samsung ML-3712ND Review: Inexpensive, Expandable Laser Printer With Pricey Toner

Competitive speed and surprisingly smooth graphics quality might help some offices forget how pricey the toner can be.

Why Cheap Color Laser Printers Are a Dicey Deal

Color lasers that cost $400 or less seem like a good bargain. Unfortunately, they often aren’t. Here’s why.

Canon Pixma MG5320 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One Printer Review: CD/DVD Printing Stands Out

CD/DVD printing distinguishes this midpriced model in a crowded field. Inks are reasonably priced.

Brother MFC-9560CDW Review: Speed, Wireless, and Affordable Toner

Fast output, economical toner, and Wi-Fi are the highlights of this small-office and workgroup model. Photo quality is acceptable.

Brother MFC-9970CDW Review: Bells, Whistles, and Cheap Toner, Too

A 5-inch color touchscreen enhances this small-office or workgroup machine. It's also fast, with cheap toner and Wi-Fi.

Xerox WorkCentre 6505/DN Review: Good MFP, High Toner Prices

This workgroup model offers good speed and print quality, but its positive attributes are overshadowed by expensive toner.

Oki MC361 Review: Speed and Paper Handling Outshine Photo Quality

You get good speed and paper handling for the price, but the MC361's color quality and color toner costs are disappointing.

Lexmark X548dte Review: Color Laser MFP Offers Speedy Results

The X548dte's paper handling and peppy performance address workgroup needs well, but its toner costs can be prohibitive.