The 'wow' factor of the Genesis's vertical profile and its camera-based scanner compensates somewhat for the pricey inks.
Fast, capable, and overshadowed by its detachable tablet control panel, this MFP offers a unique extra that may justify its price.
Touch-sensitive controls, inexpensive inks, and a legal-size scanner raise this MFP above the competition.
Home users with light printing needs will like everything about this MFP except its lackluster quality on plain paper.
A multitalented workhorse, this unit offers impressive speed and print quality, plus reasonable toner costs.
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Speed and print quality vary on this inkjet multifunction, but its low ink costs could be a reasonable trade-off for some users.
Wireless connectivity, good-quality output, and scan features highlight this bargain color inkjet multifunction, but ink costs are high.
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This low-priced workgroup printer balances good speed and features with merely tolerable color quality and toner costs.
The convenient solid-ink consumables are a selling point, but the grainy color quality is disappointing.
Innovations include digital camera-based scanning and onscreen FaceBook and Twitter feeds.
You could print tons on this fast and capable laser printer--but the toner costs, while moderate, are not as good as those of the competition.
A wealth of features make this unit nearly as well suited for family or home office users as it is for photo enthusiasts.
A generous feature set and great performance make this MFP a good fit for a home or small office.