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Review of Color Printers

Brighten up your documents with a versatile, vivid color printer.

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This story appears in the December 2005 issue of Entrepreneur. Subscribe »

It's a colorful world, and sometimes your business documents need to reflect that. From brochures to invoices, color adds interest and gives you a professional edge. There are many routes you can take to add color to your printing options: inkjet, color laser, solid ink, personal printer or workgroup printer. For the most flexibility within your company, a networkable color printer is the ticket, and that usually translates to a color laser. We're going to browse through a variety of colorful options, including a couple of multifunctions as well as a solid-ink offering from Xerox.

The cost of running a printer is something to consider. The $1,759 (all prices street) Kyocera Mita FS-C5020N, for example, may not be an absolute speed demon, but it features a superefficient toner system that keeps your cost per page down. A toner-save feature like the Brother HL-2700CN offers is a smart way to extend the life of your consumables. The Lexmark C760n lets you designate which users are allowed to print in color--an easy way to conserve your color toner.

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