The PagePro 1350W from Konica Minolta is both small and affordable. At an MSRP of $150 and with dimensions of 15.2" x 11.5" x 11.1" (38.7cm x 29.1cm x 28.3 cm) with the trays closed, and 15.2" x 15.9" x 13.7" (38.7 cm x 40.5cm x 34.8cm) with them open, this printer can find room for itself on just about any desk or table top. Its weight is 20.5 lbs (9.5 kg), so it's pretty easy to move around at need or at whim.
The Konica Minolta PagePro 1350W manages to be both competent and compact.
The 1350w offers a respectable page output speed of up to 21 ppm, and supports resolutions of 600x600, 1200x600 and 1200x1200. The 1350 comes equipped with only 8 MB of RAM; lacking an expansion slot, this can't be upgraded. Paper capacity is the smallest of all the printers covered in this Buyer's Guide; the unit offers a single 150-sheet multipurpose tray (no additional trays are supported), and can handle up to 100 sheets in its output tray.
Toner cartridges come in two sizes for the 1350W: high-capacity that deliver up to 6,000 pages and standard capacity that deliver 3,000 pages (alas, Konica Minolta ships the 1350W with 1,500-page "starter cartridges" that are otherwise unavailable for this printer). High-capacity units cost $134 for black; standard capacity units cost $83.
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