Best colour laser printers

The best colour laser printers we've reviewed

If you're running a business and don't want the hassle of constantly refilling paper or recharging fiddly ink cartridges, an inkjet printer is out of the question — what you need is a colour laser printer. We've put together a list of the best colour laser printers we've reviewed, at a range of price points.

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OKI C110

Those in the market for a colour laser probably won’t drop their sights to the Oki C110, but as an alternative to an inkjet it makes an incredible amount of sense. Fast and capable of high-quality print that comfortably outclasses almost all inkjets, it's excellent for text work. And the Oki C110's colour output is, while a bit slow, quite good enough for most tasks. Those who do lots of photo printing might want to look elsewhere, but for the general purpose user who can look past the C110’s lack of physical flair, this is an excellent model.

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  • 18th Nov., 2009
  • Robin Morris
  • OKI
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  • Pros:
  • Cheap
  • Cons:
  • A bit slow when printing colour documents
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