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HP’s LaserJet Pro MFP M281fdw ($429.99) is an entry-level color laser all-in-one (AIO) printer similar in capacity, features, and price to our Editors’ Choice Canon Color imageClass MF634Cdw. The M281fdw is smaller and lighter than the Canon model, and its running costs are a little lower. However, the Canon MF634Cdw prints better and comes with a stronger feature set, including a larger touch screen and an auto-duplexing automatic document feeder (ADF), which the M281fdw lacks. Even so, the M281fdw prints well overall, making it a decent alternative to the Canon MF634Cdw as a low-volume color laser AIO for home-based small offices and small workgroups, or for personal use.
A replacement for another top pick, the HP Color LaserJet Pro MFP M277dw ($299.99 at Amazon) , the M281fdw ($349.99 at HP) measures 13.2 by 16.5 by 16.6 inches (HWD) and weighs 41.2 pounds, making it ever-so-slightly larger and heavier than its predecessor. Canon’s MF634Cdw, on the other hand, is a few inches bigger in all directions, and it’s about 7 pounds beefier; a little bigger and beefier (by about 20 pounds) still is one of Brother’s lower-end color laser AIOs, the MFC-L8610CDW. But then it comes with several capacity-expansion options, which puts it a cut or two above entry-level. While not small enough to fit many tight spots, the M281fdw and most of the others mentioned here should fit comfortably on the average desktop, as well as many other similar surface areas.
Paper handling for the M281fdw is about average. You can load up to 251 sheets split between two trays, a 250-sheet main drawer and a 1-sheet override slot located at the top of the main cassette. The Canon MF634Cdw ($349.99 at HP) , on the other hand, supports only 151 sheets, split between a 150-sheet drawer, and a 1-sheet bypass. The Brother MFC-L8610CDW ($467.15 at Amazon) hold 300 sheets, split between a 250-sheet main drawer and a 50-sheet override tray (expandable to 1,050 sheets). In addition, the M281fdw comes with a 40,000-page monthly duty cycle (with up to 2,500 pages daily recommended). That’s 10,000 pages more than the HP M277dw and the Canon MF634Cdw, yet it’s the same as the beefier Brother MFC-L8610CDW.
The M281fdw’s ADF holds up to 50 pages, but it cannot flip them to scan both sides automatically. Surprisingly, neither does the more robust Brother MFC-L8610CDW. In contrast, the Canon MF634Cdw’s ADF is not only auto-duplexing, but also a single-pass auto-duplexer, meaning that the scanning mechanism has two sensors, one for each side of the paper, allowing you to scan both sides simultaneously.