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Desktop Colour Laser Printers: Best Buys

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Group Test While any of these six printers can turn out a decent business page, with sharp black text and vibrant colour graphics, some definitely have more to offer than others and two stand out.

The Reviews...

Colour Laser Printers - Print Speed Test

Colour Laser Printers

Higher points are better

Colour Laser Printers - Print Cost Test

Colour Laser Printers

Lower points are better

The Reviews...

Lexmark’s C540N is a capable small workgroup printer at a distinctly home printer price, and is a bargain if you want a device with excellent speed and some expandability. No question, this printer warrants a Reg Hardware Recommended award.

If money is tight, though, the Xerox Phaser 6125 offers reasonable speed, good print quality and some of the lowest running costs seen here. It’s networkable as standard and comes out as £135 very well spent. These factors combined make it the clear winner, and it's Reg Hardware's Editor's Choice Colour Laser Printer. ®

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