Don't-Miss Laser printer Stories

Why You Can't Print Counterfeit Money on Your Color Laser

A subtle background pattern generated by color laser printers helps authorities track counterfeit money or other documents back to the printer--and to the person who pressed the Print button.

Lexmark C543dn Color Laser, $299

Lexmark has its C543dn color laser printer on sale for $100 off, plus free shipping.

HP Color LaserJet CP2025n, $375

HP has its Color LaserJet CP2025n on sale for $375, and shipping is free--plus a $50 gift card.

5 Ways Cloud Printers Will Make Your Small Business Soar

Still not sure whether Web-connected printers are a worthwhile investment? Consider these perks of printing from the cloud.

Lexmark X543dn Color Multifunction Laser, $150 Off

Lexmark is selling its model X543dn color all-in-one laser printer for only $449 with free shipping, for a limited time.

Cloud Printers Rain On Security Parade

The advent of Web-connected printers offers hackers new opportunities to steal your data, but a few simple precautions will keep you safe amidst the cloud.

HP’s Print-by-E-Mail Service Works--Mostly

HP’s cloud-based ePrint service worked eight out of ten times in our tests, but some BlackBerry users may be frustrated.

Brother MFC-9840CDW Color Laser All-in-One, $520

Buy.com is selling the Brother MFC-9840CDW multifunction printer for more than half off, with free shipping.

Five Fastest Color Laser Printers

Speedy, cost-efficient laser color printers for offices and workgroups.

Printing From the Cloud Edges Closer to Reality

Google Cloud Print is set to make printing from the cloud a piece of cake but be prepared potentially to sacrifice a little privacy for the privilege.

Best printers for holiday greeting cards

We sorted through our passel of photo printers to determine the finest ones for your holiday greeting cards and photo cards. Be sure to buy genuine card stock or photo paper for the best results.

70 Percent of Workers Don't Use Wi-Fi for Printing

Seven out of ten office workers admit they still use cables to connect a printer to their PC, despite having a Wi-Fi network in place, says Lexmark.