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Best Laser Printers in 2023

Although the laser printer industry is just approximately 5% of the size of the inkjet printer market, lasers are expanding at double the rate of inkjets.

This is reasonable. Mobile devices have absorbed most of the conventional home computer market, but business computing continues to thrive. Inkjet printers are best for photos and printing in small batches, but laser printers excel at large print runs. While laser toner cartridges are expensive, the actual cost-per-print for laser printing is often substantially lower than for inkjet printing.

All of this contributes to a thriving, expanding laser printer industry with a diverse selection of products for home offices, small offices, workgroups, departments, and the business. We look at 11 of the finest laser printers in this article and explain why you would select one over the other.

List of Best Laser Printers in 2023

1. Xerox B235

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The most appealing aspect of this Xerox printer is that it allows you to announce you’re going to “Xerox” anything and then really do it. This genuine Xerox printer, however, is more than simply a scan/copy/print/fax powerhouse; it’s also a highly powerful and elegantly built multi-function monochrome printer.

IPsec, IPv6, IP and Mac address filtering, SNMPv3, Scan to Email with Authentication, Secure Print, and Secure Fax Receive are all supported by this printer to assure security. AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Mopria, and Android printing are also supported. It also includes a 50-sheet automated document feeder, 250-sheet paper capacity, and prints at 36 sheets per minute.

And, yes, a huge thanks to Xerox for the mouse and graphic user interface that you and I are presumably using right now, which originated at the company’s PARC research facility in the 1970s.

2. M454dw HP Color LaserJet Pro

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This HP LaserJet printer is a print-only printer that uses the walk-up approach. While many organizations prefer multi-function printers, a print-only printer has the benefit of being able to be positioned where prints are required but not where documents should be scanned or copied. This LaserJet comes with a number of built-in security measures, such as quick threat alerts and secure pull printing, to ensure that your papers remain private and only print while you’re in front of the printer.

This printer starts with a 300-sheet capacity out of the box, but it can be upgraded to accept a second 550-sheet paper tray. It can print in both monochrome and color at a speed of 28 sheets per minute and connect through Ethernet, Wi-Fi, and Wi-Fi Direct.

3. M479fdw HP Color LaserJet Pro

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The concept of a walk-up printer may seem like a relic from the days before widespread Wi-Fi, fast Ethernet, mobile devices, and Bluetooth. However, it’s a really useful small productivity tool, which is why we’ve included it in several of our printer nominees. The concept behind a walk-up is that you don’t need to be connected to the internet. You don’t even need a smartphone with Wi-Fi direct wireless printing to print. All you need is an Office document on a USB flash drive. Simply connect the USB drive and print.

In an office setting, the time savings may be significant, especially if you discover you don’t need to spend a half-hour with each new user helping them set up their phones to communicate with the printer. Simply instruct them to save their document on a thumb drive and print it. Despite the fact that all of my printers are connected, I find that walk-up printing reduces the time between requiring a document and printing it. This is an all-in-one color printer with a slew of HP security features, workflow automation options, 28-page-per-minute print capabilities, a 250-sheet input tray, an automated document feeder, and two-pass scanning.

4. Color laser printer HP LaserJet Enterprise M455dn

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This small printer may appear to be nearly identical to the one above it, but it is not. When I asked HP employees which of their printers they would most suggest, they said this was the one they chevaled. Print speed is its standout feature. It can print up to 49 pages per minute, which is more than twice as fast as the M454dw.

The HP product people with whom I’ve been working wanted to inform you: “The HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M455dn, which is part of the HP LaserJet Enterprise 400 Series, is the world’s smallest enterprise-class MFP, allowing workers to work from anywhere. The HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M455dn is also the safest enterprise-class printer, with to advanced features like HP Trusted Platform module, HP Sure Start, Run-time intrusion detection, and more. Embedded Web Server (EWS) and HP Web Jetadmin provide for simple installation, setup, and remote management of individual devices and large printer fleets. Finally, the HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M455dn comes standard with double-sided printing, which eliminates paper waste and allows for automated savings, as well as HP low melt EcoSmart toner and HP Auto-On/Off Technology, which decreases user energy usage.”

Although their statement contains some considerable marketing hype, the truth that it is a very powerful and speedy printer cannot be questioned.

5. LBP226dw Canon imageCLASS

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This is a quick small printer, with print speeds of up to 40 pages per minute. Or, at the very least, it starts off little. You can load 250 sheets in the main paper tray and another 100 sheets in the multipurpose tray in the base model. However, a second 550-sheet paper tray may be added, bringing the total capacity of this little machine to 900 pages.

Wi-Fi, Apple AirPrint, and Canon‘s PRINT business app are all supported on this wireless-only printer. It’s an appropriate printer for a small department of five or six experts, with a monthly duty cycle of up to 4,000 pages.

6. CX924DXE Lexmark

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This is a workhorse multi-function printer that can print, scan, copy, and fax. Although Lexmark recommends a monthly throughput of 8,000 to 50,000 pages, the maximum duty cycle is 275,000 pages per month (or 550 reams of paper). You can use as much paper as you like. Two 500-sheet trays and a 2,500-sheet feeder are included. You may print up to 150 pages of “multipurpose” material, such as envelopes, without having to reload the printer.

In terms of specifications, this can print up to 11×17 inches. It features a gigE LAN interface and can print up to 65 pages per minute in both copying and printing. With the 600 dpi CCD-based scanning element, you may also scan directly to email or FTP. Add to add a 100-sheet capacity automated document feeder. The printer also supports Apple AirPrint for iPhone and iPad users.

If you’re thinking about adding one of them to your printer fleet, browse around. We discovered an almost $1,000 pricing discrepancy depending on the seller.

7. MFP M880z HP Color LaserJet Enterprise Flow

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This HP printer has a somewhat lower suggested volume than the Lexmark we just showed you, ranging from 5,000 to 25,000 pages per month, yet it can print up to 200,000 pages. It, like the most of the multi-function printers we’ll show you, enables printing, copying, scanning, and faxing. Up to 2,000 sheets can be loaded into its four paper trays. Connect it to your network over gigabit Ethernet and print immediately from mobile devices utilizing built-in Apple AirPrint and HP ePrint compatibility. The built-in security capabilities, which include Kerberos and LDAP authentication, PIN codes for up to 1,000 users, and third-party connections with badge scanners, are also impressive.

The 200-sheet ADF (automatic document feeder) and two-sided, single-pass scanning separate this enterprise-level printer from other HP products. HP’s EveryPage sophisticated scanning software is included with the scanning functionality, and it helps detect scanning problems. The ability to scan directly to SharePoint in one step is one of our favorite features. Add the optional finisher attachment and staple, hole punch, and fold as part of your manufacturing cycle if you want to go all out.

8.​​ HP Laserjet Enterprise 800 M806X

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This Troy printer will perform the job as a business laser printer. It’s a monochrome 55-ppm printer. But it’s unique when it comes to secure printing. MICR toner (magnetic ink character recognition) locks (to safeguard magnetic printing) and paper tray key locks (to protect laser-printed check material from abuse and theft) are available. This printer, in fact, has a number of MICR-related security features, such as accurate MICR alignment settings and a MICR toner cartridge.

The m806x+ has a monthly duty cycle of 100,000 pages and a capacity of 4,600 sheets, while the firm suggests a monthly throughput of 10,000 to 50,000 pages. Use gigabit Ethernet to connect to the printer.

Here’s something to think about. HP printers are the basis for TROY printers. For increased check printing security, TROY adds MICR typefaces, MICR toner, and firmware to regular HP printers.

9. M856x HP Color LaserJet Enterprise

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The 856 has a ton of networking options, including gigabit Ethernet and Wi-Fi. This thing has a laundry list of networking specs, including real-time monitoring, TCP/IP, IPv4, IPv6; Print: TCP-IP port 9100 Direct Mode, LPD (raw queue support only), Web Services Printing, IPP 2.0, Apple AirPrint, HP ePrint, FTP Print, Google Cloud Print; and Web Services Printing, IPP 2.0, Apple AirPrint, HP ePrint, FTP Print, Google Cloud Print. SLP, Bonjour, and Web Services Discovery are all discovery protocols. IPv4 (BootP, DHCP, AutoIP, Manual, TFTP Config, ARP-Ping) and IPv6 (BootP, DHCP, AutoIP, Manual, TFTP Config, ARP (Stateless Link-Local and via Router, Stateful via DHCPv6). SNMPv2/v3, HTTP/HTTPs, Telnet, TFTP Config, and Syslog are all used for management. SNMPv3, SSL Cert Management, IPSec/Firewall, and ACL, 802.1x are all security protocols.

This is a color printer with five paper trays that can be expanded to six, according to the marketing brochures. This allows you to fill the printer with up to 2,300 sheets before starting any print jobs. When the multipurpose tray is combined with the main paper trays, this printer can print color on ordinary, heavy, extra heavy, glossy, light, recycled, and so-called “tough” paper sheets, envelopes, labels, glossy film, card stock, and transparencies. It has a print speed of 55 pages per minute.