These efficient workhorses combine color laser printing, scanning, copying, and, frequently, faxing
These small office all-in-ones from Brother, Canon, Dell, HP, Konica Minolta, Oki, and Xerox range in price from less than $500 to more than $1,200, depending on extra features such as larger input/output trays and duplexing. All handle printing, scanning, and copying in paper sizes up to 8.5 by 14 inches. Some offer fax and Wi-Fi connectivity. You'll find significant differences in print quality, especially for color graphics, and in printing speeds, which range from 8 to 22 or pages per minute for text. Finally, also be aware of toner costs; expensive toner can quickly turn a bargain price on its head.
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