Ease-of-use and fine prints from HP’s occasional-use Color LaserJet Pro MFP M177fw

A category of printers that has lost some ground recently is the entry-level, or “œpersonal” laser printer, due primarily to pressure from highly competitive, high-volume inkjet multifunction printers (MFPs) that print faster, with higher print quality, and lower (a lot lower) per-page cost of consumables. In other words, in several ways, the inkjet model has snuck up and become superior.

If you’ve read any of my reviews here on About.com or elsewhere, then you know that I’m a proponent getting the actual cost of using your printer down; therefore, if for security or some other reason (even personal) you are required to produce laser output, here’s a good little laser printer for doing just that.

Read the entire review at About.com


 

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