Summary: I do a lot of shipping, so I print my own labels. I also print a lot of documents. If you do the same, a laser printer is the only way to go. Don't bother buying an inkjet printer. Over 1 year I saved $200 just in ink alone. The wireless inkjet made by a camera company just sucked up the ink.
Pros: Good price, well made. Manufactured by one of the top two Laser Printer co in the world. I have saved about $200 so far because I'm not using an inkjet printer. Print's on both sides & easy to setup.
Summary: It looks like this product is no longer carried, but I came here today to offer a lesson about reading other people's reviews. Before I bought this printer, I saw many complaints here about how often it jammed, and I scoffed at them.
Pros: Prints well when paper doesn't jam. Works with Linux.
Cons: Jams more often than any other printer I have owned. On average, you can only print about 20 pages between paper jams.
Summary: Set the fixed IP for this printer and it will be reliable and good quality.
Pros: Great print quality. Paper jams are rare. After 8 months of moderate use, I haven't needed a toner replacement.
Cons: Setting a fixed IP is necessary. Otherwise, you have to re-add the printer every time the printer or router gets reset or turned off. If you have a very old or low-end router this may be difficult.