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This honking-big, networkable color laser printer produces fantastic color output and speedy clear text.
If you print a high volume of monochrome and color documents, the Dell 1350cnw color laser printer delivers strong results with a variety of wired and wireless networking options. As long as you're patient with its sluggish output speed and small LED screen, we recommend the Dell 1350cnw for use in a small business or home office.
The Dell 1320c is a decent choice for a small office or work group, but a little more cash will net you a faster printer with better print quality.
The Lexmark C500n is a fast color laser printer fit for a multiuser environment with high-volume printing needs. The competition offers more features, but slower printing or lower-quality prints.
This respectable, middle-of-the-road color laser printer stands up to heavy network use but won't bankrupt the company.
A good fit for law or accounting firms, the C762n has the speed, the print quality, and the features to support a whole office.
Although expandability can be expensive, the Lexmark C510 is a nearly perfect sub-$1,000 color laser printer for small businesses.
Fine-but-slow text and fast-but-crummy color make the LaserJet 3550 hard to recommend.
The Dell 1250c color laser printer's compact frame makes sense for users in a confined space, but its lack of Ethernet and wireless connectivity limits its appeal for networked offices.
The Phaser 6200DP's fast color print speeds and useful features would appeal to any busy office, but its print quality falters at anything more complex than presentation graphics.