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The devices on this page represent the best among their respective categories.
The Samsung ML-2525W monochrome laser printer doesn't pack in extra features, but delivers worthwhile improvements over previous generations in output speed and quality. We highly recommend this wireless workhorse if you refuse to sacrifice quality for affordability.
Excellent print quality, speed, and add-ons make this a great monochrome laser printer for a fast-paced office.
Despite this laser's speed and high duty cycle, its meager memory and poor output make it hard to recommend.
The Dell B1160w's limited paper input capacity and lack of Ethernet networking constrain its use for small businesses with high-volume workloads, but its compact form makes it an affordable solution for personal use at home.
The Macally Pebble Wireless Laser Mouse is an inexpensive 2.4GHz wireless mouse that works equally well on Macs or PCs--but its unusual shape may not be what you're looking for.
The Microsoft Wireless Notebook Laser Mouse 6000 has great software features, but it's too small and uncomfortable for everyday use.
The Samsung ML-1630 can't claim to be the best value among $200 mono laser printers--the competition offers faster print speeds and more features--but the ML-1630's aesthetic appeal is undeniable.
Small businesses should take a serious look at the Samsung ML-2851ND's monolaser because of its excellent print speed, text print quality, autoduplexer, and networking features. It's a little more expensive than the competition, but its chart-topping test results speak for themselves.
With its low cost of consumable, fast print speeds, and excellent print quality, the Samsung ML-3051N is an excellent mono laser printer for a small office with multiple users.
The ML-2152W is a feature-rich value for small offices, but HP and Xerox offer better paper handling and support.