You get a little bit of a lot of features with this entry-level MFP, including Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, the unit is very slow, and only its high-yield black ink is a good deal.
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Compact snapshot printer comes with an built-in digital frame.
This low-cost model is impressively quick, but its output quality and design fail to keep pace.
Wi-Fi is included in the bargain pricing, but the trade-offs are slow print speeds and mediocre graphics quality.
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Slower than its Epson cousins but also a little cheaper, the Charm is a good choice for a basic photo printer.
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The idea of accessing Web apps from your printer is intriguing, but the execution on this model shows that HP still has some work to do.
This low-cost color laser printer offers good features and expandability for the price, but the tradeoffs are slow print speeds and limited graphics capability.
High ink costs make this multifunction printer less economical than it should be, but at least it’s fast.
This multifunction printer's wide-format capability is nice, but not its slow performance and variable print quality.
A student or home user will like this multifunction printer’s speed, but not its ink costs and other quirks.
Speed and economy are this model's strengths; its color quality is acceptable for mainstream business use.