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The cheapest monochrome laser printers for your small business

If you're running a small business, keeping track of your costs is important. If you can't afford to spend frivolous amounts of money on a tricked-out, whiz-bang multifunction laser printer then take a look at our list of cheap monochrome laser printers. These units will do all the A4 document printing any small business could require, and their low running costs mean your bottom line won't be affected.

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Fuji Xerox Phaser 3160N

Fuji Xerox's Phaser 3160N is a laser printer that can pump pages out quickly, beating similarly priced competitors. It may not be particularly attractive but it handles monochrome document printing with ease.

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  • 18th Aug., 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Fuji Xerox
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  • Pros:
  • Fast output, robust duty cycle, large paper input tray
  • Cons:
  • No status screen, greyscale images can look grainy

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Zulfiquar Aunti

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I foundt it good among the others.

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