color laser printer is worth your while.
A laser printer projects your desired image or document onto an electrically charged rotating drum, then through electrostatic energy, the ink you've inserted in your printer is picked up by the drum's charged areas and printed onto the paper. Direct contact and heat fuses the ink to the paper. Because the content you wish to print is transmitted through a project, or laser, it's important to not disrupt the printing process. If this does happen, in the least tragic of cases, your printing might turn out smudged or sideways, but you might actually damage your printer's laser.
Laser printers print faster and more quietly than their monochrome laser printer is faster than with a color laser printer.