Any of the Brother laser models mentioned. As an alternate, consider buying a non-WiFi network printer, connecting it to a network port on your router, and then accessing it through your regular WiFi connection. That removes the printer and its firmware as a potential security hole and/or source of radio contention, and you can still use it wirelessly. We picked up an HL-5100DN a couple years ago and have been quite happy. It is not color but it does offer duplex printing, and the replacement toner won't break the bank. We print both wired and wirelessly, using a mix of Win10, Android, and iOS clients.
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