Good small printer, but watch power draw
Our office is in a converted house that is at least 50 years old. Our old HP laser printer drew over 600 watts and dimmed the lights when it started up. After researching many printers, I found this one which is rated to draw only 400 or so watts. Its specs are fine for a small office (auto-duplex, letter and legal, envelope feed, etc.) Alas, it turns out that this one also causes the lights to flicker when starting, but has the odd characteristic of also causing a brief flicker about a minute after it has finished.
Yes, I know we should run a new circuit back to the panel, and, yes, I even tried putting this on a 1500-watt UPS (even though it says not to run laser printers on a UPS), and the flicker continues. It seems that it will be less expensive to run inkjet printers, particularly the new Epson tank ones, rather than spending $1000+ to get a new electrical circuit.
There is also the consequence of this being a printer without a display screen to tell you what it is when something is wrong. You either need to use the printer control program on your PC desktop or power cycle the printer, which usually fixes whatever's the problem. Also, getting this to stay in duplex mode is fiddly; several times I have had to open the "printer preferences" option instead of just clicking the 2-sided option in the Print options from the application.