Colour laser printer reviews

All our latest colour laser printer reviews from HP, Epson, Fuji Xerox, Kyocera and more

Big and small businesses need to print a lot of documents, and the most cost-efficient way of doing that is with a colour laser printer. With that in mind, we've rounded up all our colour laser printer reviews from 2010 onwards.

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Canon imageCLASS MF9220cdn

The Canon imageCLASS MF9220cdn is a big MFP with many small problems, including an overly complex control panel, minimal Mac support, and mediocre photo quality. Toner costs appear low.

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  • 3rd March, 2011
  • Jon L. Jacobi and Melissa Riofrio
  • Canon
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  • Pros:
  • Top-notch paper handling with automatic duplexing, low toner costs
  • Cons:
  • Confusing control panel, mediocre photo quality

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