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The Brother P-touch Home PT-D202 is a straightforward, inexpensive standalone printer for laminated plastic labels in a variety of background colors, text colors, and widths.
The ET-8550 prints excellent photos and other high-definition images, from snapshot-size to supertabloid, with running costs of less than 1 cent per page.
The ZSB-DP14 can be frustrating to set up and troubleshoot, but once it's running, you can print 4-by-6-inch labels from any PC or mobile device.
The Canon Maxify GX6020 inkjet AIO doesn't fax, and it cuts some corners on scanning, but it's surprisingly compact for a small-office AIO and reliably turns out nice-looking prints.
The Canon Maxify GX7020 inkjet AIO is slower than its closest competitors, but its paper handling and speed are still sufficient for a small office, and it's compact enough for personal use.
Today's laser printers deliver unparalleled speed, pristine text, and reliable paper handling. If that's what you need, find the best one for your home or office with our shopping tips and list of top-rated models, based on our deep-dive reviews.
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HP’s Color LaserJet Enterprise MFP M480f, a mid-volume color laser AIO printer, outclasses the competition with beautifully detailed printing and reasonable running costs.
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