This unit is fast and built to last, and we love its cheap toner, but we wish we could get a decent graphic from it.
This printer delivers powerhouse text printing on the cheap; its graphics quality is barely adequate.
The trade-offs on this low-cost unit include slow print speeds and some design shortcomings.
You get a lot of good stuff for the price; but shell out an extra $100 for the duplexer-equipped model.
You get great speed and print quality, but toner can be pricey, and standard paper capacity is skimpy.
The automatic duplexer on this inexpensive printer compensates for its clunky paper tray.
An automatic duplexer enhances this entry-level printer, but the paper tray design is problematic.
The high toner costs for this high-volume printer are its main drawback.
Inexpensive and versatile, but slow, this laser printer is best suited for a home or a small workgroup.
Inexpensive toner aside, an MFP that costs this much ought to incorporate better design and deliver better performance.
The high price fetches you a machine with some nice copy and scan capabilities, but this MFP falls short on printing power.
Despite weaknesses in speed and output quality, this MFP wins on design and consumables costs.
This MFP performs decently for the most part, but its toner costs are a long-term money sink.
This tanklike unit can take a beating, but it has some rough edges, especially when used for scanning.
The Phaser 6128MFP delivers great print quality for the price, but its toner is expensive and its features are limited.