Pros

  • Print from media cards, USB thumb drives
  • Competetive ink pricing

Cons

  • Not the cheapest printer in its class
  • Photo colors are sometimes a little dull

At A Glance

This all-in-one offers competetive ink costs. Its performance is fair, but photo quality is mixed.

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Manufacturer's Pricing

The Specs

Pricing
Part Number 8804056
Requirements
Operating System Compatibility
  • Microsoft Windows 2000
  • Microsoft Windows 98
  • Microsoft Windows NT 4.0
  • Microsoft Windows XP
Storage Media
SD card SD Card
Memory stick Memory Stick
Scanning
Scanner Type Flatbed

Performance

PCWorld Test Center (Quality)
Print quality: Text Fair
Print quality: Color photo Superior
Print quality: Grayscale photo Good
Copy quality Good
PCWorld Test Center (Speed)
Print speed: Text 6.2   ppm
Performance
Final Scan Time, 4-by-5-Inch Document, 100 dpi 10.41
Grayscale Glossy Output Quality n/a
One-Page Word Document, 300 dpi Good
Final Scan Time, One-Page Word Document, 300 dpi 17.64
Preview Scan, 4-by-5-Inch Document, 100 dpi 12.66
Two-Page Excel Document (secs) 52.12
Sports Action Shot (secs) 50.61
Line Art Output Quality Fair
4 by 6 Grayscale Photo (secs) 25.72
Tested Color Speed (ppm) 2.1
Overall Scan Quality Good
One-Page Webpage (secs) 38.75
Tested Lineart Speed (ppm) 1.1
Preview Scan, One-Page Word Document, 300 dpi 12.34
Color Output Quality Fair
Ten-Page Word Document (secs) 125.55
300dpi Line Art Image (secs) 53.66
Tested Grayscale Speed (ppm) 2.3
Three-Page Word Document (secs) 64.54
Tested Glossy Photo Speed (ppm) 1.2
Final Scan Time, 2-by-2-Inch Document, 600 dpi 41.26
One-Page Copy (secs) 49.85
One-Page Line Art, Maximum Resolution Good
Preview Scan, 2-by-2-Inch Document, 600 dpi 12.82
4 by 6 Color Photo (secs) 26.09