Best Colour Laser Printers in the UK

Review & Comparison, Last Update June 1, 2020
Looking for a device to print out pictures, postcards or posters? When it's about the combination of high quality, speed, and low running costs, a colour laser printer is what you need. Look through our review of the best colour laser printers and choose the one! ...Read more ...Read less
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PROS

Even when printing 18 full-colour pages per minute, the unit never goes above 47 decibels, so you won't have to worry about adding to the office buzz. The in-box toner will give you 1000 pages straight from the box, making the machine relatively economical and ready to use straight away. 

CONS

The printer can be tricky to install. 

OUR VERDICT

The Brother DCP-L3510CDW will be able to support any office's needs. The Wi-Fi module will let multiple users share the printer and print documents from anywhere. Offering 2400 dpi print quality, the unit uses LED laser tech to produce high-quality professional prints. Its operation is as cost-effective as it gets.

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FUNCTIONS

Printing, copying, scanning, faxing

PRINTER PARAMETERS

Print speed: 18 ppm (colour & mono)

Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi (600 x 2400 quality)

TRAY CAPACITY

Standard paper tray: 250 sheets

Manual feed slot: 1 sheet

MAXIMUM / RECOMMENDED PAGE VOLUME

300 to 1500 pages (recommended monthly volume)

CARTRIDGE YIELD

1000-page standard toner

INTERFACE

Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port

HARDWARE

512 Mb memory, 2-line 16-character LCD screen, Celeron 3865U processor

WARRANTY

3 years

PROS

The company's Auto-Off Power Save tech will make sure that the first page quickly comes out, automatically adjust the power settings, and reduce energy bills. The characters will be looking sharp, the black bold, and the colour graphics crisp and vibrant. 

CONS

The print speed is passable at best. 

OUR VERDICT

The HP 150nw Colour Laser Printer is so compact that you'll have no issues unobtrusively fitting this device into the smallest offices. Provided that these offices won't have more than five people using this printer, the device's price-performance ratio is ridiculously good.

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FUNCTIONS

Printing, copying, scanning

PRINTER PARAMETERS

Print speed: 4 ppm (colour), 18 ppm (mono)

Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi

TRAY CAPACITY

Standard paper tray: 150 sheets

MAXIMUM / RECOMMENDED PAGE VOLUME

100 to 500 pages (recommended monthly volume)

CARTRIDGE YIELD

1000-page black toner and 700-page colour toners 

INTERFACE

Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Hi-Speed USB 2.0 

HARDWARE

64 Mb memory, 400 MHz Processor, LED panel with touch buttons 

WARRANTY

1 year 

PROS

The LCD screen and the settings are accessible and easy to figure out. The device will be able to pump out 600 x 2400 dpi images. The automatic two-sided printing will work wonders reducing the machine's paper consumption. The noise levels do not go above 47 decibels. 

CONS

The screen is small. 

OUR VERDICT

The Brother HL-L3230CDW is relentless. This device will be able to produce consistent results even when the workload gets absurd. It will let you print wirelessly from most smartphones and tablets. The device's understated profile will be able to blend into most office settings.

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FUNCTIONS

Printing 

PRINTER PARAMETERS

Print speed: up to 18 ppm (colour & mono)

Resolution: 600 x 600 dpi (600 x 2400 quality)

TRAY CAPACITY

Standard paper tray: 250 sheets

Manual feed slot: 1 sheet

MAXIMUM / RECOMMENDED PAGE VOLUME

300 to 1500 pages (recommended monthly volume)

CARTRIDGE YIELD

1000-page standard toner

INTERFACE

Ethernet, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, Hi-Speed USB 2.0 port 

HARDWARE

256 Mb memory, 800 MHz processor, 1-line 16-character LCD screen

WARRANTY

3 years 

PROS

The speed of 32 pages per minute is something that only the most expensive multifunction printers will be able to match and the resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi is simply unheard of as far as all-in-one printers go. Furthermore, this impressive machine will be able to print approximately 85 thousand pages per month.

CONS

You will have to purchase an adapter in order to access Wi-Fi.

OUR VERDICT

If your job does not revolve around scanning pages and copying different documents, the Lexmark CS517de will prove to be the most sensible choice. In terms of simply printing as many documents as possible in the shortest amount of time, no MFP will be able to compete with this colour laser printer.

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Printing

PRINTER PARAMETERS

Print speed: 30 ppm (colour and mono), 15 ppm (double-sided printing)

Resolution: 1200 x 1200 dpi (600 x 2400 quality)

TRAY CAPACITY

Standard paper tray: 250 sheets

Manual feed slot: 1 sheet

MAXIMUM / RECOMMENDED PAGE VOLUME

85000 pages / 1500-7000 pages

CARTRIDGE YIELD

3000-page black toner and 1400-page colour toners

INTERFACE

Ethernet, Wi-Fi (adapter MarkNet N8352 needed), Hi-Speed USB

HARDWARE

512 Mb memory, 800 MHz dual-core processor, 10.9-cm TFT colour touchscreen

WARRANTY

1 year

PROS

The screen is tiltable. Using the Wi-Fi module, the machine lets you print emails. The front USB port will let you print without tinkering with the settings and connections. The available security protocols include IP filtering, IPSec, Kerberos, SNMPv3, Secure Fax Receive, Secure HTTPS (SSL), and Secure Print.

CONS

The Linux drivers are clunky. 

OUR VERDICT

The Xerox WorkCentre 6515n is smooth, quiet, consistent, and efficient. The screen's tablet-esque layout will prove accessible to most, so you should be able to quickly figure out the settings. The prints come out looking clean, crisp, and evenly coloured.

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FUNCTIONS

Printing, copying, scanning, faxing

PRINTER PARAMETERS

Print speed: 28 ppm (colour and mono)

Resolution: 1200 x 2400 dpi 

TRAY CAPACITY

Main paper tray: 250 sheets

Duplex automatic document feeder: 50 sheets

MAXIMUM / RECOMMENDED PAGE VOLUME

Up to 50000 pages (recommended monthly volume)

CARTRIDGE YIELD

1500-page black toner, 1000-page cyan, magenta, and yellow toners 

INTERFACE

Ethernet, Wi-Fi, Hi-Speed USB 3.0 

HARDWARE

2 GB memory, 1.05 GHz processor, 12.7-cm colour touchscreen

WARRANTY

1 year 

Brother DCP-L3510CDW

1000 Pages from the Box

The Brother DCP-L3510CDW is a pretty good printer. We can't say that there's anything particularly outstanding about the product but the device is as reliable as they come and we've no major complaints functionality-wise.

First things first, the model offers fast printing, copying, scanning, and faxing functions crammed into this compact desktop unit. The unit measures 41 x 47.5 x 36.8 centimetres, which is impressive considering that these multifunction peripherals are usually much larger. On the flip side, the printer weighs 21 kilograms, so we wouldn't necessarily call the unit lightweight.

It is as efficient as they come though. The in-box toner will give you 1000 pages straight from the box, making the machine relatively economical and ready to use straight away. You can use the automatic 2-sided print to make the machine even more efficient. At the same time, the quick print options from the phone, tablet, and pretty much any gadget with Wi-Fi, makes this unit an excellent tool to help businesses run as smoothly as possible.

The printer's 18-ppm speed is nothing to write home about but nothing to complain about either. You'll be able to streamline the progress and will never have to wait especially long for the documents.

Review of Brother DCP-L3510CDW Colour Laser Printer (Wireless)

Lower than 47 Decibels

On the interface subject, the printer comes equipped with the standard ports roster, including an Ethernet bus, Wi-Fi 802.11b/g/n, and the relatively high-speed USB 2.0 port. You'll be able to print documents from thumb/flash drives. The Wi-Fi module will let multiple users share the printer and print documents from anywhere. You won't even have to turn on the computer to print.

Capacity-wise, the relatively standard paper tray accommodates 250 sheets, which is not too bad all things considered. You won't have to replenish the tray particularly often, even if you work in a crowded, busy office.

Speaking about crowded, busy offices, you don't want to be adding any noise to the likely already noisy space. That's where this printer comes in. Even when printing 18 full-colour pages per minute, the unit never goes above 47 decibels, so you won't have to worry about adding to the office buzz.

Apart from all that, the 2-line 16-character LCD screen will make interactions with this printer especially easy and straightforward.

Bottom line, the Brother DCP-L3510CDW will be able to support any office's needs. Offering 2400 dpi print quality, the unit uses LED laser tech to produce high-quality professional prints. Its operation is as cost-effective as it gets.

Brother DCP-L3510CDW Colour Laser Printer (Wireless) in the use

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HP 150nw

Wireless Printing

The HP 150nw Colour Laser Printer is somewhat basic compared to the printers on this list but the price reflects that. First, this device will let you print, copy, and scan, which is quite impressive considering the <100-quid price tag.

What defines this machine before anything else though is probably its performance and aesthetic. Measuring 38.2 x 30.9 x 21.2 centimetres, the unit is compact, compact enough to accommodate most desks and even some shelves. There are not too many workspaces that will prove too small for this device.

The sleek, streamlined profile will flow with most office settings and will be able to blend into most modern spaces. The round edges make the unit safe enough to place anywhere without worrying about children and pets. Its smooth curves and polished accents make the device look subtle yet pretty elegant. The grey LED panel with touch buttons meshes well with the white housing, creating this nice balance that adds character to the otherwise bland device.

These touch buttons make the device accessible and straightforward enough. You don't have to use them though. You'll just as well be able to print from most smartphones using the company's HP Smart application. Sure, that's nothing to write home about when it comes to mid-range printers but there are not too many models within this price bracket that are able to do that.

Review of HP 150nw Colour Laser Printer

Sharp Text with Bold Blacks

We've mentioned that what defines this device is primarily its performance and that's accurate both ways. On one hand, the printer produces sharp texts, bold blacks, and crisp colour graphics, matching most mid-range printers on this front. On the other hand, this device is only able to print four colour pages per minute, which is passable at best even as far as budget printers are concerned.

Everything else about this model is pretty standard. The paper tray is able to fit 150 sheets, nothing we haven't seen before but nothing to scoff at either. The supplied cartridge will be able to print 1000 black pages 700 colour pages, again, standard numbers across the board. The recommended monthly volume ranges from 100 to 500 pages depending on the workload. The USB port's been put in the back, somewhat uncomfortable but not necessarily something to complain about.

To sum this up, the HP 150nw Colour Laser Printer is more than the price should allow this device to be. You can put this compact unit anywhere you want, from most offices to tiny flats.

HP 150nw Colour Laser Printer in the use

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Brother HL-L3230CDW

Accessible Enough

The Brother HL-L3230CDW is probably the most hardworking, relentless printer within its price range. Sure, the device is unable to copy and scan, which is something that some printers within this price bracket are able to do. At the same time, the machine's performance, form factor, and utility more than make up for its unitasking disposition.

Starting with the form factor, the unit measures 41 x 46.1 x 25.2 centimetres, not necessarily the most compact printer we've ever seen but definitely up there with the more compact models. The weight's pretty bad though. Measuring 18 kilograms, the device is somewhat inconvenient to carry/move around since, like most printers, this device has no handles or anything like that. Of course, nobody carries printers around the office/home even on a semi-frequent basis, so that's not necessarily something we'd choose to complain about.

We might complain about the LD screen though. Sure, on one hand, this screen is pretty nice. The menu is accessible enough, the settings are intuitive, and the tools are easy to manipulate. That being said, the screen is pretty small, which is something that we would like to see improved in the next model's successor. As it is right now, the 1-line, 16-character LCD screen makes the aforementioned settings and tools somewhat inconvenient to manage.

Review of Brother HL-L3230CDW Colour Laser Printer

Printing Fast

From where we're standing, the model's downsides end with the small screen though. While the size is pretty standard, the printer's stylish design separates this device from its peers with similar price tags. The white body makes the unit look understated while the black lid adds maturity and nuance points, enabling this device to seamlessly blend into most office spaces.

Its print speed is brilliant too, able to produce as many as 18 pages per minute, including both colour and mono. The print quality matches the speed, making sure that this device can churn out high-res, 600 x 2400p, detailed images.

Meanwhile, the machine's automatic 2-sided printing will be reducing paper consumption, which is great since the printer's 250-sheets tray and the aforementioned printer speed will let you print like crazy. The recommended page volume allows that too, making sure you're able to comfortably print <1500 pages per month.

In short, the Brother HL-L3230CDW will be producing consistent results no matter the workload. You can put this device inside the busiest offices.

Brother HL-L3230CDW Colour Laser Printer in the use

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Lexmark CS517de

A More Sensible Choice

With multifunction printer's rise in popularity, plenty of people have abandoned the idea of purchasing a regular printer that is incapable of copying or scanning documents altogether. And while that is an understandable idea since a multifunctional device is capable of doing so much more compared to your standard printer, regular ones still oftentimes offer certain advantages that you simply won't be able to find in an MFP.

Sure, if the ability to print, scan, and copy are equally essential to you, there isn't any reason not to purchase a multifunctional printer. But if what you mostly need is a product that prints better than any MFP out there, you should definitely look towards the Lexmark CS517de.

While some people may consider this device's inability to copy or scan to be an inherent disadvantage, the fact that it isn't overblown with additional options and features is actually one of the biggest selling points of this model that allows the remaining functions to offer unparalleled solutions.

To start with, the standard high-yield cartridge that comes with the package will provide the user with the opportunity to print up to 3000 pages using the black toner and no less than 1400 pages with the help of the colour ones. Now, that's the kind of numbers that no multifunction printer will be able to match due to all of the additional features that tend to slow these devices down.

Review of Lexmark CS517de Colour Laser Printer

Prints Better Than Any MFP

That said, the cartridge capacity is not the only upper hand this wireless colour laser printer has over MFPs. The speed of 30 pages per minute is something that only the most expensive multifunction printers will be able to match and the resolution of 1200 x 1200 dpi is simply unheard of as far as all-in-one printers go.

Furthermore, the model in question boasts up to 7000 pages of recommended page volume, but if you don't feel like being overly cautious, this impressive machine will be able to print approximately 85 thousand pages per month, which is exceptional even as far as laserjet printers are concerned and is simply unprecedented in regard to MFPs.

So, with performance and specifications out of the way, it is time to talk about conveniences. Albeit, there isn't really that much to talk about if you're familiar with high-end laser printers since this model includes everything you could possibly want out of this particular piece of office equipment. You have your usual Ethernet connection, your Wi-Fi, and a high-speed 2.0 USB, meaning you will be able to print documents via any device you want.

And if you don't feel like connecting an additional external device, you can always upload the documents online or simply print them out using a rather convenient 10.9-cm TFT colour touchscreen.

Ultimately, if your job does not revolve around scanning pages and copying different documents, the Lexmark CS517de will prove to be the most sensible choice. In terms of simply printing as many documents as possible in the shortest amount of time, no MFP will be able to compete with this colour laser printer.

Lexmark CS517de Colour Laser Printer in the use

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Xerox WorkCentre (6515n)

Tilt the Massive Screen

The Xerox WorkCentre 6515n means business. The machine is not especially cheap but the price is understandable given everything that this unit brings to the table. Relative to the company's WorkCentre range, the unit is pretty compact, though not when you compare the device to most printers.

The difference here is that these more compact peers are unable to match the unit's output and do not have the same smartphone-like screen. The screen is large (12.7 centimetres) and quite brilliant, looking and feeling more like some high-end smartphone than any printer screen. Making all the printer's features readily available, the screen streamlines the entire printing operation so that you do not have to fiddle with clunky buttons or use the smartphone to manage the settings. Also, you can tilt the screen to face you and make it visible from several metres away.

Aside from standard printing, scanning, copying, and faxing, this MFP will be able to use the Wi-Fi module to print emails, send email scans to you, and print from various cloud services. The device can also scan both document's sides without you manually turning the document. You can use the front USB port to immediately print documents without fuddling with establishing connections.

Review of Xerox WorkCentre (6515n) Colour Laser Printer

Smooth and Consistent Output

The unit's print speed does not lag behind any MFP and even matches most dedicated printers, able to produce ~28 ppm at 1,200 x 2,400 dpi. That's sharp enough to satisfy most office needs. The scanning resolution at 600 x 600 dpi is nothing to write home about but, generally speaking, conducive to capturing documents with reasonable clarity.

Pivoting towards performance, Xerox WorkCentre 6515 matches its WorkCentre peers with its smooth and quiet operation and consistent output. Mono texts will usually be printed lightly and accurately, avoiding smudged toner and missing toner issues.

When approaching colour photos and documents, the device might be unrivalled within this price bracket. The filling's smooth and consistent, producing colour blocks rather than grainy marks, making the finish more appealing yet professional at the same time.

Photos that you'll print using plain laser paper will sometimes suffer from banding and somewhat unnatural sheen but that's always the case with laser printers. At least the colours here look more natural and well-contained than they usually are.

In closing, the Xerox WorkCentre 6515n is well-designed and sophisticated yet user-friendly and accessible. The upright profile will demand more space but that's where the product's flaws conclude.

Xerox WorkCentre (6515n) Colour Laser Printer in the use

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Comparison of Colour Laser Printers

What Is a Colour Laser Printer?

A colour laser printer is just what the name says - it's a printer that prints in colour. Unlike a regular printer, this one uses four colour toners of cyan, magenta, yellow and black that it applies one at a time to the drum and then adheres to the paper.

Colour laser printers are immensely popular and often bought for both home and office use. They deliver fast speed, ensure excellent quality of the text, and allow hassle-free paper handling, making them one of the better choices for those who often work with bulk text output. Also, they are rather cost-effective: most of them use high-capacity toners which do not tend to dry out throughout the entire use, which helps in keeping printing costs quite low. Finally, most modern models boast of a whisper-quiet operation so you can safely use them in any environment without worrying about additional buzz.

Those who'd like to equip their office with everything needed for comfortable work may also be interested in reading our reviews of wireless printers, fax machines, flatbed scanners, document scanners, and shredders.

Best Color Laser Printers

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Functionality

Before purchasing a colour laser printer, first things first, decide on the tasks you want it to perform. In general, all models of colour laser printers can roughly be divided into two classes: simpler printers designed for home use and more expensive units for office printing tasks. Therefore, in order to choose a printer that will be right for you, think of how often you're going to use the colour function and how many functions overall you're likely to need. This is what will affect the price tag.

Print Settings

Next, consider the print speed and resolution. The print speed is measured in the number of printed pages per minute (ppm). It may differ depending on whether black or colour ink is used; also the content of printed page matters. The optimal value for print speed is 14-19 ppm. The resolution is measured in the number of printed dots per inch (dpi), and the higher this value is, the higher the print quality is. It's worth saying that colour laser printers aren't suited for printing photos and if that's the intention why you need a printer, consider different models with the maximum resolution. Colour printers can print graphics though pretty well.

Capacity and Maintenance

The capacity determines the maximum number of pages that fit the input and output tray. The larger they are, the less often you will need to fill in and collect paper sheets. It’s also important to consider how often you are going to use the printer. As a rule, all laser colour printers have the maximum and recommended number of printed pages per month. To ensure a smooth and efficient operation, it’s necessary not to go beyond these limits. All printers, including these ones, require regular maintenance such as cartridge changing, ink refilling, etc. All this should be done on time.

Interface and Hardware

Laser printers are connected to a computer via a USB port. But if you plan to print out from multiple computers, then you should pay attention to the models with an Ethernet port, enabling connection to a local network. To print out from a tablet or a smartphone, make sure your printer supports Wi-Fi technology. It’s also important to pay attention to the processor's speed which indicates the number of commands per second. 333 MHz and higher speeds are considered to be reasonable. RAM memory is responsible for storing print jobs. If you plan to print out PDF documents or PowerPoint presentations, we recommend paying attention to the printers with 64Mb RAM or above. For your convenience, you may want to look for a printer with an LCD display to see clearly all settings and printing modes right on there.

Did you know?

  • Though most people would probably figure that laser printers haven't been around for quite that long, the very first commercial laser printer was actually developed and manufactured in 1975 by IBM. The model was initially used for printing mailing labels and invoices. As it usually is with the early iterations of technologies that only become popular as time goes by, the first laser printer intended for office use was sold for a whopping twelve thousand pounds. Now, the first printer that was designed with the mass market in mind was the HP LaserJet. The product in question was capable of printing an impressive at the time 8 pages a minute and was worth about 2500 pounds. 
  • Experts estimate that it requires around 3 to 4 litres of oil in order to produce a single toner cartridge. This phenomenon, in turn, creates a market with companies reproducing toner cartridges, using a recycled product that has been cleaned, refilled, and tested in order to maintain the kind of quality of printing that laser printers are known for.
  • An interesting observation has been made that throughout the printing process itself, laser printers would generally consume up to three times more energy than a regular inkjet printer. However, an idle inkjet printer will likely use up to 5 times more energy than a laser printer.
  • On top of everything else, laser printers generally tend to be more accurate compared to the inkjet printers. A colour laser printer is capable of printing realistic-looking photos at 2400 dpi. Other than that, laser printers are also designed with longevity in mind, with some of the oldest laser printers out there still being used on a regular basis.
  • The World Record for the fastest inkjet printer belongs to the HP Officejet Pro X Series. The device managed to print 70 pages of perfectly clear and crisp documents in no more than 60 seconds. This achievement was documented and, in turn, recognised by Guinness World Records.
  • The initial cost of a laser printer is normally higher than that of a regular inkjet printer, but the cost of toner cartridges and paper is lower. The companies that design and produce inkjet printers receive the majority of their profits from the sales of inkjet ink, meaning they can afford to sell their product for pennies.
  • The majority of colour laser printer manufacturers will include a tiny series of dots to every single page with the printer’s model, serial number, and date. From time to time, the customer’s info will be placed within this coding. Given that the quality of laser printers keeps increasing, the dots were originally intended to serve as a viable counterfeiting measure. Nevertheless, plenty of people believe that this approach is nothing short of an invasion of privacy and the manufacturers have no right to interfere with customer's documents.

FAQ:

Q: What is the difference between an ordinary printer and MFP?

A: A printer is a device that takes text or graphic data from a computer and transfers it to standard-size sheets of paper. A multifunction printer (also known as MFP or MFD) is a multi-functional all-in-one machine that incorporates the functionality of at least two of the following devices: a printer, a photocopier, a scanner and a fax.

Q: Do I need a colour or black-and-white printer?

A: It typically depends on your needs and printing tasks. If your only task is to print texts and documents in black, a black-only printer is an appropriate choice for you. However, if you’re planning to print photographs, you definitely need a colour laser or inkjet printer.

Q: Do I need a wireless printer?

A: It depends on the tasks and the level of comfort you want to obtain. A wireless colour printer generally enables you to print documents and photographs from your PC, laptop or smartphone without connecting them to a printer with a cable. Therefore, you can get an opportunity to print out your docs remotely.

Q: Which type of printers is better: inkjet or laserjet?

A: To answer this question you need to decide on the quality and the printing speed you require and how much money you can spend on buying a printer. Inkjet printers typically offer low startup costs, a compact size, and good quality colour printing. Laser printers are usually more expensive but they also operate faster and print notably sharper pictures of higher resolution. They will become a better option for consumers who have large-scale and high-volume printing tasks.

Q: What is Duplexing?

A: Duplexing is the function which allows printing on both sides of the sheets without having to refeed the paper a second time. This function can significantly save user's time and paper required for printing tasks.

Q: What is dpi?

A: Dots per inch. The resolution of printing or scanning.

Q: How to connect my printer to a network?

A: Printers with the built-in network capability usually feature an Ethernet port, or come with a built-in Wi-Fi module. In order to connect such printers to your network you need:

• To update the device’s settings as required;
• For printers equipped with a built-in Ethernet port, connect the printer to a network router using an Ethernet cable;
• For Wi-Fi capable printers, associate the printer with a wireless router or another wireless access point.

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Publish Date: 2018-01-23 11:12:54