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Guide to The Best Laser Printer
Looking for a new printer for your home office or small business? A good laser printer will check all your boxes: speed, efficiency, precise text and simple graphics. While everyone has their personal preferences, Reviews.com put 10 of the top printers to the test to find the best options for black and white and color prints. They also spoke to IT experts, scoured consumer reviews, and investigated specs to find out what really makes a printer outshine the rest.
Quick note: while an Inkjet printer is a common (and cheaper) option, a laser printer is often better suited for longer documents, speed, and consistency.
HP LaserJet Pro M203dw Printer:
The Best Black and White Laser Printer Because it excels at printing crisp text and sharp lines for graphs and charts, the HP LaserJet Pro M203dw is a clear winner. While it doesn’t offer many extravagant features (except for the helpful wireless connectivity), using the printer and replacing toner or paper is painless. It’s more expensive than others on the market, coming in at $200, but If you want to quickly print documents with consistent high quality, the HP M203dw is a solid bet.
HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw:
Best Color Laser Printer This printer surprised us with its ability to produce vibrant colors, and even high-resolution images, accurately. The color is a bit dark, but with sharp text and clean lines the HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw outperformed all the other color printers we tested. At $300, it’s not cheap, and it will require additional color toner cartridges. But its crisp results and features like an intuitive touch screen for checking toner levels or calibrating the printer make the HP M252dw a great pick for daily printing needs.
Best Budget Option If you want a cheap printer and don’t require perfect prints, the Dell E310dw is for you. At just $80, it is the cheapest out of all the printers we tested and still prints crisp text without any problems. However, if you need straight lines for your graphs or charts, the Dell probably isn’t the best choice. It also has a small 32MB memory, which means that documents over 30 pages may need to be printed in two sessions.
Canon Color imageCLASS LBP612Cdw:
Most Accurate Color Tones If you prioritize accurate colors above all else, the Canon Color imageCLASS LBP612Cdw is the option for you. However, this option didn’t make the best color laser printer for a reason: in terms of text and lines the printer was outclassed by the HP M252dw, while curved lines with the Canon were jagged and text wasn’t as detailed. In addition, the Canon’s menu screen is smaller, making it a bit more difficult.
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Guest Article By: Lauren Riebs (Reviews.com)