Best Laser Printers for Mac

If you need to print in large quantities or your need your prints to come out with very crisp text, then a laser printer is the way to go.

Laser printers take some time to heat up and upfront costs are more than inkjet printers, but for volume and clarity, they can't be beaten, and you'll likely save some money in the long run on a per sheet basis. This is especially important if you run a small business or plan on using your printer a lot.

Here are the best laser printers to use with your Mac!

Brother HL-L2350DW Compact Laser Printer

If you want to print more while also cutting down on paper, this baby has duplex printing capabilities — double-side your life! The tray holds up to 250 sheets, and it can print up to 27 sheets per minute (once it gets fired up). Pricing starts at around $90.

Brother's compact laser printer is great for folks who need to get a lot done, and it's also great for folks looking for a laser printer for home use.

The compact design won't take up a ton of space on your desk, and its wireless networking capabilities keep cords to a minimum and let you print from any room in the house!

Canon imageCLASS LBP6030w Wireless Laser Printer

This is the perfect printer if you don't have time to wait around. It's meant to be wireless, so printing is quick and tangle-free. Expect your first print in about eight seconds — this laser printer takes barely any time to fire up at all! Amazon has the printer by itself for around $75.

This is another compact printer, so it won't take up much space on your desk, and might even work as a portable printer if you (for whatever reason) need to print in multiple locations.

Brother MFCL2710DW Compact Laser All-In One Printer

You can load up the MFCL2710DW with up to 250 sheets so that you're not having to constantly fill the paper tray (unless you print a lot, in which case, it'll be empty after about nine minutes). This is the perfect all-in-one solution for your small office and your Mac. You can find it on Amazon for about $99.

It's perfect for a small office environment, offering paper-saving features like two-sided printing, and time-saving features, like a 35-page capacity document feeder for unattended scanning or faxing.

Xerox Phaser 6510/DNI

The standard paper tray is 250 sheets, but you can add an optional 550-sheet tray for bulk printing. This baby pops out the first page in about 12 seconds and then fires 'em out at 30 pages per minute after that. On the wireless side of things, the Phaser 6510 is also secure, using HTTPS, Wi-Fi authentication, IP filters, and more. Amazon has the Xerox Phaser 6510/DNI for $273.

Thanks to a previous comment left by reader David Preston1's, we added the Xerox Phaser 6510/DNI to list. This model adds automatic duplexing (two-sided printing) and wireless to the regular 6510 model (at only $30 more). The Phaser also allows you to print from mobile devices, with support for AirPrint, Google Cloud Print, Wi-Fi Direct, and more.

Brother HL-L2340DW

The Wirecutter's favorite printer belongs on our list because it truly is one of the best printers for most people. It has a 26-page-per-minute printing rate, can hold up to 250 sheets, and lets you print wirelessly. For about $150, it's a great value, and if you need to print essays, reports, and other monochrome documents.

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Which laser printer do you use? If we didn't mention it here, sound off in the comments below and let us know why it rocks!

Updated August 2018: Replaced the Brother HL-L2340DW monochrome printer with the new HL-L2350DW model.