Don't-Miss Multifunction printer Stories
A student or home user will like this multifunction printer’s speed, but not its ink costs and other quirks.
Whether through exorbitant ink prices or through flimsy construction, your printer may be robbing you of money or time. Here are five ways to tell whether you're being cheated.
Well equipped for both photography and light office use, this MFP is capable--but very costly.
You get a lot of features for a midrange price, but this Pixma's performance is merely average overall.
The Pixma MX330 is a decent, basic multifunction in most ways, but its costly black ink is a disappointment.
If you need tabloid printing, this machine offers it; but there are speed and cost trade-offs.
Inexpensive toner aside, an MFP that costs this much ought to incorporate better design and deliver better performance.
Despite weaknesses in speed and output quality, this MFP wins on design and consumables costs.
This MFP performs decently for the most part, but its toner costs are a long-term money sink.
This tanklike unit can take a beating, but it has some rough edges, especially when used for scanning.
The Phaser 6128MFP delivers great print quality for the price, but its toner is expensive and its features are limited.
Speed and thrift make this a good small-office deal if your color needs are modest.
Check out these color printers and multifunctions that can make your business documents pop or create cards, photos, and posters at home.
The low-cost Canon MP620 offers wireless connectivity, while the high-end Epson Artisan 800 provides a CD/DVD printing function.
For home or school, the Pixma MP620 inkjet MFP offers impressive features and connectivity for a low price.