Regretfully, we cannot review each and every printer, but what we can do is to turn our readers to reviews we find interesting and helpful.
One such review is at CBSnew.com: tech analyst Larry Magid examines consumer-targeted Brother HL-4070CDW Color Laser Printer:
Until the mid-’90s, if you wanted to print something in color, you had to use an inkjet printer. Laser was for black and white only. Then in 1994, CMS came out with
a color laser printer but it was priced at $10,000.
What a difference a bit more than a decade makes. Today you can get personal
color laser printers for less than $400. And based on my recent experience with a couple of inexpensive Brother printers, the quality can be remarkably good.
It is a good news to hear that color laser printers like Brother HL-4070CDW are becoming available for home use. For now, laser printing is not very suitable for printing photos for a scrapbook, one of the pros for owning a home printer. However, color laser may have other advantages for home user. Reading the article you can see that for yourself.