Laser printers for back to school

Print off your textbooks with one of these fast robust laser printers

If you've got a heap of digital textbooks or course notes that you want hard copies of, invest in a laser printer. They're extremely cheap and can produce plenty of pages off a single toner cartridge.

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HP LaserJet CP1525nw

The HP LaserJet CP1525nw is an entry-level laser printer with both wired and wireless networking, and a range of features that should make it attractive to small businesses.

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  • 18th March, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • Good print quality, low price
  • Cons:
  • Annoying lack of manual Wi-Fi setup, small paper input tray
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