There was a time when even a basic laser printer cost a small fortune, but that’s no longer the case. You can now easily buy a good monochrome laser printer for less than what you’d pay for a quality inkjet.
I’ve been researching what’s available in laser printers recently, and I found an excellent model from Brother that will do a great job in any home, office or even a dorm room.
It’s the Brother HL-L2350DW Monochrome Laser Printer, and it packs a lot of features and utility into a small package..
First of all, this printer doesn’t take up a lot of space. At roughly 14 x 14 x 7 inches, it’ll fit quite nicely on most any desk, table or sturdy shelf.
But even with such a small footprint, it can still handle 250 sheets of paper (either letter or legal size – your choice). A great bonus is a straight-through manual feed slot for printing on extra thick paper and envelopes.
But even more important than the small size is the long list of features and capabilities of this printer. For example, it prints up to 30 pages per minute and it can print on both sides of the paper at the same time (i.e. duplex printing).
And in addition to the standard USB connection, it can also connect to your network via an Ethernet cable or wirelessly via Wi-Fi. It can even print directly from a wide variety of mobile devices.
You can do a ton of printing with this compact, yet powerful laser printer before you have to replace the toner cartridge. In fact, when used with the high-capacity TN-760 toner cartridge it will print up to 3,000 pages from a single cartridge!
Bottom line: This compact mono laser from Brother will make an excellent workhorse printer for any home, office or dorm room.
Click here to check out the Brother HL-L2350DW Monochrome Laser Printer at Amazon. And while your’re there, be sure to read some of the almost 5,000 overwhelmingly positive user reviews.
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