Laser printer

Laser Printers

Producing high quality and high clarity text and image prints quickly and efficiently, laser printers have long been the preferred choice of many businesses which rely heavily upon printed output. At Stationery Shack, we stock a wide range of cheap laser printers from the best loved and most respected manufacturers in the world including Xerox, Samsung, Lexmark, Brother and more.

With machines starting from as little as £40 and including features such as wireless and network connectivity, we stock the best laser printers to suit all budgets and requirements. Well suited to home and office environments, our range of machines can help you complete a wide range of printing tasks.

Office Laser Printers

Here are Stationery Shack, we know that the daily operations of a business depend majorly on their resources. Without great quality supplies, how can you ensure a smooth process for your clients?

Because network laser printers are used primarily for business operations, our machines allow businesses to share the device internally across their computer network; allowing everyone working within the business to access the machine.

We are able to provide office laser printers for any business; helping you to complete a wide range of tasks from managing workflow to printing professional documents.

Because these kinds of printers save money on the cost of purchasing multiple cartridges they save money on your printing habits in the long-term. Designed to be simple and quick, our high quality laser printers can help you to print a high volume of files accurately and quickly.

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  • Double sided printing in Laser Printers, often available as an automatic function to print on both sides of a page without user intervention
  • An abbreviation which is applied to inks and toners. Stands for Cyan, Magenta, Yellow and Black. Printers mix these colours together in order to create every colour available.
  • This term refers to items which are literally consumed by the printer during the printing process, this can include ink and toner cartridges. Consumables have to be replaced periodically by the user when they are depleted.
  • A commonly used networking cable which is used to create local area networks. This type of cable is used to create simple networks capable of network printing.
Fuser Unit
  • A component found in laser printers which literally fuses the melted toner onto the paper.
  • Hard Disk Drive for physical data storage.
Laser Printer
  • A laser printer uses laser beams attract powdered ink onto the page. This type of printer technology is best suited to user who print large amounts e.g. offices.
LED Printer
  • LED printer technology uses a series of light-emitting diodes in order to project information onto the printhead. LED printers have no moving parts making them an extremely reliable form of printer technology.
Managed Print
  • can provide you and your company with an easily managed printing plan to enable you keep track of your printing costs without the need to worry about running costs and maintenance.
Mono Printer
  • A printer which only prints in black. (commonly reffered to as black & white printers)
Network Printing
  • Means multiple users can using the same printer when connected to the network.
  • This is another printer format language which is used by various printing devices, e.g. Apple Macs.
Solid Ink Printer
  • A type of printer technology only available from Xerox. Solid ink printers operate using Xerox’s patented solid ink cartridges.
  • A powder used to print text and images onto paper. Toner is soley used in laser printers and photocopiers. The powder is melted by the fuser unit and subsequently binds onto the paper. Toners are available in the standard CMYK colours.
  • This relates to the amount of pages that an ink or toner cartridge will be able to print. E.g. a 9k mono toner cartridge will be able to print 9,000 pages at 5% coverage.

Laser Printers Frequently Asked Questions

Do laser printers include cables in the box?

In most cases cables are not usually shipped with laser printers however, many wireless laser printers do include a short USB set-up cable in order to add the printer to a wireless network.

Should you wish to purchase a cable, you will be given the option to add various compatible cables to your order during the checkout process.

What do the letters stand for at the end of a laser printer's name?

Many laser printers have letters or groups of letters such as DN, DTN, DW & CDTN following their product names which usually quickly identify important features:

  • N: Network Connectivity
  • D: Duplex (or double sided printing)
  • T: Additional paper tray
  • C: Cabinet
  • W: Wireless
please note: these are indictaions only and may occassionaly signify alternative features. Please check detailed descriptions for exact functionality.

I need to claim for a special offer; Where can I find the serial number for my laser printer?

Serial numbers are most frequently found on the rear of the printer, on a black and white sticker, look for the term S/N: followed by an 8-12 digit number

As inkjet printers have become more capable in recent years, the differences between them and lasers have narrowed. But laser printers still generally offer better text quality, the ability to print in greater volume, greater paper capacity, lower running costs, and higher speeds than inkjets. Relatively high prices and mediocre photo quality have traditionally relegated laser printers to office settings, but that picture is changing. Prices have come down—though, by and large, they remain more expensive than inkjets—and photo output has improved.

A monochrome laser printer can provide the speed, durability, and paper handling to deal with the high printing volume of a busy office. And inexpensive monochrome lasers with modest paper handling can serve as personal desktop printers in any size office. Many current color lasers print photos are fine for many business uses, such as client newsletters. In higher-quality lasers, overall output quality for text, graphics, and photos is typically good enough for brochures and other marketing materials, allowing many companies to take such printing in-house.

While the vast majority of new inkjets (except photo printers) are multifunction printers (MFPs), with lasers, there's an abundance of both single-function printers and MFPs available. MFPs provide copying and scanning in addition to printing, and often fax capabilities as well. Most laser printers or MFPs include Ethernet connectivity, and some integrate Wi-Fi. There's also Wi-Fi Direct or its equivalent, for establishing a direct peer-to-peer connection between computer and printer so you don't need to connect to a network, and near-field communications (NFC) touch-to-print, which lets you print from a mobile device by simply tapping it on a specific spot on the printer.

Best laser inline

Many lasers include a touch-screen interface, secure (password-protected) printing, a built-in hard drive, and/or the ability to perform a range of functions over a network. Most have an automatic duplexer for printing on both sides of a sheet of paper, and nearly all have both a flatbed for scanning and an automatic document feeder (ADF) for scanning, copying, or faxing multipage documents unattended. Many higher-end MFPs now offer ADFs for automatically scanning two-sided pages, either reversing ADFs (RADFs), which scan one side of the page, flip the page over, and scan the other side, or duplex scanners, which are ADFs that scan both sides of the page in a single pass, and are thus considerably faster.

LED printers—which use light-emitting diodes instead of lasers as a light source—share many of the characteristics of laser printers, and are considered laser-class devices. They are somewhat smaller than laser printers that share the same capabilities, so they're particularly suitable for smaller offices where space may be at a premium.

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Laser printers have much to offer businesses of all sizes, from sole proprietorships to large corporations, and are increasingly worth considering for home use as well. Take a look at the 10 best lasers we've tested, which span a wide range of prices and capabilities. For more buying advice and reviews, check out our top printer picks overall, our favorite wireless and portable printers, and the best printers for Macs.


Brother HL-L5200DW
Editors' Choice

£216.00 at Amazon The Brother HL-L5200DW laser printer offers a compelling mix of high-speed printing, above-par text, good paper handling, a wide-range of connectivity choices, and low running costs. Read the full review ››

HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dn
Editors' Choice

£387.60 at Amazon The HP Color LaserJet Enterprise M553dn is fast, low-priced, and has output quality good enough to let you print your own marketing materials. Read the full review ››

Brother MFC-L6700DW
Editors' Choice

The Brother MFC-L6700DW is a small-office mono laser all-in-one printer that combines speed, a generous feature set, multiple connectivity choices, and good standard and optional paper capacities. Read the full review ››

Canon imageClass LBP151dw
Editors' Choice

£113.69 at Amazon The Canon ImageClass LBP151dw is a speedy, budget mono laser printer with above-average text, and is a good fit for a micro or home office. Read the full review ››

Dell Color Cloud Multifunction Printer H625cdw
Editors' Choice

The Dell Color Cloud Multifunction Printer H625cdw offers excellent value in a small-office color laser multifunction printer, with very good graphics quality, and multiple connectivity choices, including easy printing from and scanning to cloud storage sites. Read the full review ››

Dell Smart Printer S2830dn 
Editors' Choice

The Dell Smart Printer S2830dn single-function monochrome laser can produce good-looking text, graphics, and photos, all at a good clip.  Read the full review ››

HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw
Editors' Choice

£149.99 at Amazon The HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw color laser printer is a great fit for personal or light-duty shared use, with fast speed, high-quality output, network connectivity, and support for mobile printing. Read the full review ››

HP LaserJet Pro M501dn
Editors' Choice

£234.95 at Amazon The HP LaserJet Pro M501dn is a feature-rich mono laser that provides good speed, generous standard paper capacity, and above-average output quality. Read the full review ››

Samsung Multifunction Printer ProXpress C3060FW
Editors' Choice

£600.00 at Amazon The Samsung Multifunction Printer ProXpress C3060FW is a well-rounded color laser all-in-one printer with strong output quality led by particularly good graphics. Read the full review ››

Canon imageClass MF416dw 

The Canon ImageClass MF416dw is a capable mono laser all-in-one printer with excellent text quality and an ample feature set, though its relatively high cost per page pegs it for moderate-duty use.