Network laser printer for old / modern Macs? in Peripherals Posted 21 hours ago · Report reply 4 hours ago, Cory5412 said: I've got a Xerox Phaser 6120, which I got new in ~2006, so, like, it's a relic as well at this point, but I don't see why it wouldn't still work on newer Macs, and, it was working well with the laserwriter 8 driver, too. I'm in a similar printer space. I got a Kyocera Ecopro C170N back around 2007 or 2008. It is still working well, though toner is now discontinued. The print engine is the same as some of Kyocera's office machines for which toner is still available. I've done a comparison and the cartridges look identical, but I have not actually installed one yet, because my printer still hasn't run out of any toners. I just don't do that much printing, which is another reason inkjet is not a good choice for me. Actually, inkjet is never a good choice. If you print a lot, consumable quickly eat up any cost saving at purchase time, over a laser. If you don't print often, the ink dries out and clogs the heads. However, I think the best inkjet quality is still better than the best laser. As Cory wrote, my printer is probably relic at this point. I do sometimes wonder if I couldn't have better image quality with something newer. Byte Knight's link is wonderful news. I've been concerned that if I ever need a new printer that my choices would be nothing, or hunt the used market. Nice to read about the LPR work around. I do wonder if any printers still have Appletalk support included but not specified, just because it hasn't been worth the effort to pull it out of the firmware.