Colour laser printer reviews
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The Xerox Phaser 6180DN is a colour laser printer made for small to mid-sized businesses.
£450 inc VAT
The Oki Printing Solutions C3400n is a low-end model in Oki's family of networked colour laser printers.
£349 inc VAT
The Lexmark C500n is a budget-priced colour laser printer that delivers fast, high-quality text.
£225 inc VAT
The Brother HL-4040CN is the first colour laser printer designed by Brother itself, rather than a rebranded model from another manufacturer.
£458 inc VAT
The Dell Colour Laser Printer 1320c offers surprisingly good colour quality for a low acquisition price. Its toner is expensive, however, and its control panel is…
£117 inc VAT
Lexmark's home inkjets are the epitome of easy-to-install easy-to-use printers. It might be wise, then, for Lexmark's business laser division to go and have a look at…
£420 inc VAT
The low-price Canon Pixma MP210 multifunction printer will be a bargain only if you can tolerate a confusing control panel and sparse copy capabilities.
£59 inc VAT
While it may not be the first name you think of for printing, Brother International has built a strong niche in the small business space. Its latest colour laser…
£579 inc VAT
Despite being the cheapest of Oki's new C5750 and C5950 business colour laser printers, the Oki C5750n comes with a fairly significant £575 asking price. However,…
£575 inc VAT
Speed and expandability are the Dell 3115cn multifunction colour laser printer's forte, making up for its subpar photos and design quirks.
£699 inc VAT
The Xerox Phaser 6180MFP is a higher-end colour laser MFP offering good performance and features. But it's not for the budget-conscious.
£699 inc VAT
Although it prints surprisingly good photos, the Konica Minolta Magicolour 2590MF colour laser multifunction printer has too many limitations for the price.
£499 inc VAT
If you're looking to buy a printer for a small to mid-size workgroup, the Brother HL-4070CDW makes an excellent choice.
£493 inc VAT
Samsung's CLP-660ND colour laser printer has a lot of competition in its price range. While it's a decent printer in most respects, its subpar graphics quality…
£599 inc VAT
Lexmark's C780n colour laser printer is pricey, but it pays for itself with its fast performance and exemplary print quality.
£599 inc VAT
Ricoh's Aficio SP C222DN, Ricoh's latest foray into lower-cost colour laser printers, demonstrates some of the challenges of price cutting.
£475 inc VAT
Lexmark's X560n combines a scanner, copier, fax machine, and colour laser printer in a multifunction (MFP) device designed for medium-sized workgroups.
£751 inc VAT
The Canon LBP5960 is a solid if unspectacular large-format colour laser printer.
£2,240 inc VAT
HP hasn’t quite launched the cheapest colour laserjet printer ever, but with its CP1215 costing just £140, it’s come stunningly close.
£140 inc VAT
The HP LaserJet 5550DN is a decent, fair-priced printer with plenty of upgrade options.
£2,200 inc VAT
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