For a bargain price, this multifunction printer offers great photo quality and low-cost ink--with just a glitch or two.
Melissa Riofrio dishes out some interesting info about who's got horrible printer ink prices and who doesn't. Ginny rants and raves about Nokia's hot new Windows Phone, and we all shrug about the debut of Instagram on Android.
Sick of getting gouged for ink? We did the math to figure out which printer manufacturers offer decent deals and which ones really stick it to you.
Should you go with the new model and its better screen and processor, or save some cash on the smaller, lighter iPad 2?
Great output and performance complemented by inexpensive inks make this printer a small-office standout. The one-year warranty is one of its few disappointments.
In spite of Apple's claims, PCWorld Labs tests show that the new iPad doesn't match the iPad 2 in battery life.
This is a well-balanced MFP for a small office: It's speedy, with nice text and photos, and a color touchscreen LCD. High-yield inks are affordable.
PCWorld Labs tests show heat dissipation is a universal tablet problem.
Mark tells us what was new at SXSW, Melissa raves about the iPad display but points out battery problems, and Nate enthuses about Nvidia's efficient new GeForce GTX 680.
Our lab testing shows that the third-generation iPad has some charging challenges.
When you sync an image to the new iPad, iTunes doesn't just optimize the resolution--it seems to change the colors, too.
With a better-than-HDTV display, the third-generation iPad advances tablets to the next level.
The third-generation iPad with Retina display is here, plus we wrap up the cool announces at Mobile World and talk about life with Microsoft's downloadable Windows 8 Consumer Preview.
On its debut, we compare the third-gen iPad to recent Android tablets both available and announced.