Cheap Laser Printers on Sale Now: Dell, HP, Lexmark
And if you've constantly needed to buy printer paper or an HP printer cartridge refill, then it's a sign that your machine has become less efficient and needs replacing.
Though this page explicitly discusses black and white, monochrome laser printers, we also have the cheapest color laser printer on sale, too. Another sign to look for in a failing laser printer is when loss of connectivity, slow print speeds, or troubleshooting network printers seems like a never-ending chore.
So read on, make notes, and take advantage of our cheap laser printers for sale.
Browse Select Models of Cheap Laser Printers Below
Today we have two of the most popular Dell monochrome lasers, with the 1710 and 1720 units.
The Dell 1710 has solid output capacity, with speeds up to 26 pages per minute – saving you both time and worry about slow job retrieval. The slightly larger, 1720 model ejects up to 30 PPM, with about 28 being the average.
You also shouldn't experience a network printer problem with either, as both are workgroup solutions that work well with Windows Software. Although not technically an XP Network Printer, the 1700 series has a range of compatibility, including with Mac and Linux Operating Systems. And to make either of these models more mobile, a wireless printer router can be paired with ease.
Furthermore, with a 2400 Image Quality (IQ) Rating, the Dell 1700 Series is one of the more impressive computer peripheral lines we've used.
Both machines are also relatively lightweight, with the 1710 weighing in at under 23 pounds and the 1720 a hair over 25. Other welcome features of the Dell 1710 is that it has sufficient Random Access Memory (RAM) with 32MB installed (expandable out to 160 megabytes), and can even double as a good post cards printer if necessary. The 1720 is right on par as well, and with its slightly quicker printing speed and larger monthly duty cycle, you'll have no trouble batching many documents in result.
General Specs for Our Cheap Laser Printers
Both the Dell 1710 and 1720 look identical, with the 1710 having a slightly larger profile. The official dimensions of each are, for the 1710, 14" x 16" x 9.7" (LxWxH), while the 1720 is 13.6" x 15.6" x 10" (LxWxH). So for the most part, these units are convenient notebook and desktop computer accessories that'll make your office life worry-free.
Furthermore, a low-key but stylish profile describes these models as both come in a midnight gray (black) casing, are energy-star rated, and have low decibel readings during operation. The most common paper sizes — A4, A5, Legal, Executive, Folio, and Statement — are supported by either, and a self-propelled document feeder is positioned right in front.
Toner and Imaging Drum For Our Cheap Laser Printers
All in all, the Dell 1700 Series presents an array of features and benefits without undue hassle or frustration. We're glad to offer both models at steep discounts, with a brand-new Dell MW558 Toner Cartridge in the 1720.
Much life is also left in the Dell TJ978 Imaging Drum for the 1720, while our 1710 does not come with toner or the imaging drum. Also, the rear non-essntial door on the 1710 has been removed and will not accomany the unit; this has zero effect on the printer besides minor cosmetics.
Bargain Dell 1710 Toner can be found online from various sources, and you can be confident that both of these cheap laser printers are in good condition.