Best Laser Printers in 2022

If you need to print in large quantities or just want something that looks extra sharp, then a laser printer is a good investment. Laser printers do take some time to heat up, and upfront costs are more than inkjet printers. Still, for volume and clarity, they can't be beaten, making them particularly good value for businesses and home office environments if you're now working from home.

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All of these are excellent laser printers, but the Brother HL-L2350DW (opens in new tab) has the edge. It's well priced, offers quality and efficiency, and won't look out of place in the home or office. And it's not enormous either, which is always helpful! The party piece, though, is the Amazon Dash integration. Once set up, the printer can order its own replacement toner, so you never have to worry about running out at the crucial time. And automating a task such as ordering printer toner will never be a bad thing!

You don't get everything with this printer, for example, you can't print in color. But if you're looking for that, then the excellent HP Color LaserJet Pro (opens in new tab) is the one to get. It delivers quality prints, good capacity, and even Alexa integration if you want to enjoy talking to your printer!

Business users will be well looked after with the admittedly large Xerox VersaLink C500 (opens in new tab) though in an office environment size is likely less of a concern. What it adds, though, is a massive capacity and fast print rates, and Amazon Dash integration means no-one will ever have to worry about ordering fresh toner.

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