Summary: With a price tag close to that of the mono Brother HL-5340D, the Canon i-SENSYS LBP5050n colour laser printer looks a bargain. And so it is, as long as you're prepared to put up with a few compromises.
Excerpt: The LBP5050 has an ingenious design - pop open the front and the toner cartridges slide smoothly out on a spring-loaded drawer. It's this clever kind of design touch that allows the LBP5050 to be one of the smallest and cheapest printers in the group. At just £128, it's the second cheapest. That compact design is due, in part, to the fact that the LBP5050 has all-in-one toner cartridges.
Summary: A colour laser printer with an RRP of less than £200 surely is worthy of further investigation. The size is not that large something that earlier printers could not say and it prints quite quickly without colour pages printing at ¼ speed.