Xerox recently launched their entry-level desktop laser printer at a great price point. We give it a test run to see if its an excellent deal or just another entry-level, under-performing rip-off.
Setting up the Phaser 3117 is extremely easy—pull out the two trays, plug in the power and the USB cables and you're good to go. Lack of a parallel port may not be good news for users with older computers (in small offices), and lack of network printing functionality means that this one was built keeping a home/SOHO environment in mind.
Build quality is pretty sturdy overall, though in all honesty, desktop printers don't have much scope of getting physically damaged anyways.
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