Don't-Miss Laser printer Stories
This color laser multifunction has all the features and speed a small workgroup is likely to need, but the cost of toner, especially color, is high even with the large-capacity supplies.
Its toner costs are high, and the Samsung Xpress C410W is one of the slower color laser printers we've ever tested, but print quality, including color photos, is as good or better than anything in its price range. And, it prints via NFC.
The C1760nw’s impressive graphics quality makes it a stronger choice than other low-cost color lasers.
Handsome, easy to use, and with nice output, the LaserJet Pro M251nw is a good deal for light-usage scenarios. The pricey toner and lack of automatic duplexing are drawbacks.
The Xerox Phaser 6700/DN is a workgroup color laser printer with good speed, paper capacity, and features. True Adobe PostScript and a high 2400-by-1200-dpi resolution make for smooth color images. The one-year warranty seems not to fit with the rest of the package.
Outstanding speed and output quality highlight this high-capacity, 1200-dpi color laser printer.
This office laser MFP offers great output and paper handling, but earns merely average scores in other respects.
For workgroups, the C3760dn offers speed and good-looking output, plus low-cost black toner, in a no-nonsense package.
When is an inkjet better than a laser? When it's one of the latest high-end business models, which are faster, better equipped, and cheaper to operate than their similarly priced color-laser competition.
Under the right conditions, this utility can significantly lower your paper and ink or toner expenditures, but supported programs are not numerous and the SuperSaver feature is finicky.
Compared to other low-cost models, the MFC-9215CN stands out for having reasonably good speed and toner costs--but color quality is mediocre.
Tuned for speed and attractive output, this small-office printer sings--but it hits a sour note with high-priced toner and absurdly expensive memory.