Samsung, which already makes some decent, affordable black and white laser printers, unwrapped what it bills as the smallest color laser printer ever. At $299 and standing just 10 inches tall, the Samsung CLP-300 indeed looks like a compact and convenient model. But it holds only 150 sheets of paper, which might frustrate people who print in bulk. The CLP-300 prints 2,400x60dpi at a vendor-estimated 17 pages per minute; we expect to evaluate the quality and speed in CNET's Labs. The host-based system relies on the brain of your Windows and Linux PCs to churn out jobs. Instead of the usually clunky toner cartridges, the small toner bottles set this machine apart from rivals. Wired networking is optional.