Don't-Miss Multifunction printer Stories
Higher-than-average ink costs mar an otherwise versatile and affordable MFP.
Speed and print quality are decent, but the pricey black ink limits this unit to low-volume home use.
This well-balanced MFP offers excellent output, good performance, and low ink costs, making it a good match for a small office or a busy family.
Kodak continues to shine with photos prints and low ink costs, but this unit's plain-paper output is a bit on the light side.
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.
This inexpensive, light-duty MFP excels at printing on photo paper and is easy to use, but its print quality and performance are otherwise unremarkable.
The 5250's wireless functionality is a nice touch, but the MFP itself is slow and minimally featured otherwise.
For a reasonable price, you get automatic duplexing and dual 150-sheet input trays, but the trade-off is mediocre print speed.
A good bargain, the Photosmart Plus offers impressive speed and print quality for the price, plus Wi-Fi.
This speedy MFP comes loaded, but it should have better overall print quality for the price.
HP's Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One Printer can print news stories and directions directly from Web sites, but the execution could use more polish.
This color inkjet multifunction printer is a competent small-office device that can can access and view Web-based applications on its LCD.
Web capabilities and generous features make the Pro905 MFP worth considering for a small office, although it’s average in other respects.
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.
High ink costs make this multifunction printer less economical than it should be, but at least it’s fast.