Amazon has the SAMSUNG Xpress C410W SL-C410W/XAA Wireless Color Laser Printer for $100 with free shipping. Features easy mobile printing with NFC and built-in wireless, polymerized toner, and a small footprint.

Rakuten also has it for the same price.
Retail: $230

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    madcity81 Ben's cred: 8
    Posted 5:25 am PST 11/17/14

    Replacement ink and toner cartridges end up being more expensive than the printer itself. Even if you go with 3rd party ink, you still have purchase reset chips that are also costly. I normally like samsung products but stay away from these printers

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3862
    Posted 11:56 am PST 11/17/14

    Yeah, small color lasers that have chipped carts are a bad value if you print more than once in a blue moon.

    They're bearable if you also own a B&W laser you use for jobs that don't require color. Many color lasers waste color toner even when printing only B&W text.

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    papayamoo Ben's cred: 7
    Posted 12:29 pm PST 11/17/14

    Thanks for your comments. I almost pulled the trigger on it until I saw your comments about the chip and replacement cartridge issues.

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    salocin411 Ben's cred: 15
    Posted 10:15 pm PST 11/17/14

    does this come with the starter cartridges or do you to get a full cartridge?

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    axh063 Ben's cred: 2
    Posted 9:14 am PST 11/18/14

    Wasn't even aware that color printers come with reset chips. That's absurd. I was about to buy a new laser printer soon but looks like I'll have to do more research now.

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    dave_c Ben's cred: 3862
    Posted 9:22 am PST 11/18/14

    ^ ?? "Most" laser printers, both color and B&W, have had cartridge reset chips or fuses, and/or some have reset gears, for several years.

    Lexmark in particular is one of the worst in this respect. You can't even swap a new working circuit board from one printer to another of the exact same model to repair it in some cases because they even microchip the circuit boards to prevent it. Don't ask how I know... I had to desolder and swap the chips to repair one or else eat a restocking fee and shipping then pay > $100 more to get the board direct from Lexmark.

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