Print vivid images on photo-friendly models for home, office, or enthusiast users.
Impressive print quality is the highlight of this small workgroup unit. Speed and features are competent. Toner costs range from average to a little pricey.
Kodak printers may be history, but the ink will be available for at least several more years. That's nice consolation for existing users--and a much-needed revenue stream for a company working hard to exit Chapter 11 bankruptcy.
We studied changes in monochrome laser toner pricing over the past three years and found hikes well beyond the rate of inflation for various Brother, Samsung and Xerox printers. Why are prices increasing—and why now?
This inexpensive model for home offices offers bare-bones capabilities and some below-average speeds; its low ink costs are offset by disappointing plain-paper print quality.
These days, color laser multifunction printers don't come at much lower prices than the HP LaserJet Pro 100 Color MFP M175nw.
CD/DVD printing distinguishes this mid priced multifunction printer in a crowded field. Inks are reasonably priced.
Workgroup multifunction printer offers good speed and print quality, but its positive attributes are overshadowed by expensive toner.
The V715w has good features for a low-volume small or home office, but take care to avoid the very expensive standard-size inks.
The included color scanning feature distinguishes this basic small-office monochrome laser, but its toner costs are higher than average.
There's no skimping on this small-office MFP, which offers speed and paper capacity to spare, plus sharp output and affordable inks.
Articles by Melissa Riofrio