The sensible design is nice; but if you print a lot, you should seek a model with cheaper black toner.
Speed and thrift make this a good small-office deal if your color needs are modest.
Low ink cost and extras like ethernet and autoduplexing can’t make up for this model's slow print speeds.
Sluggish and allergic to plain paper, the P703w simply can't compete with like-priced models.
The pricey inks of the WorkForce 40 produce fuzzy text and grainy prints--hardly a good deal for a small office.
Cool features and high-quality output make the D7560 a photo printer well worth considering.
While the iP4600's photo quality and speed are pleasing, its lack of media slots and lackluster text speed are not.
Small workgroups will like this capable color laser; users must open their wallets when replacing toner, though.
This low-cost laser handles everyday documents well, but it struggles with complex graphics.
This model produces decent, basic snapshot printing for bargain-minded or entry-level users.
Budget-minded photo enthusiasts will like the premium features tacked onto this unit's basic chassis.
When choosing the right color laser printer for your business, you should weigh the importance of certain key features.
This competent color laser has both an attractive price and a sensible design.
Wide-format printing makes this model special. For its high price, though, the printer should be better designed.
It's inexpensive but also a lot slower than like-priced models.
Articles by Susan Silvius