Don't-Miss Multifunction printer Stories
Fax capabilities come cheaply in the MX420, but meager paper handling and costly black ink limit this model to low-volume use.
You needn't sacrifice performance for style: This MFP gives you full print/copy/scan/fax capabilities in a glossy package.
Wireless capabilities come at the low purchase price; but expensive inks, nagging page alignment issues, exorbitant ink costs, and cheap construction make this MFP one to avoid.
This is a big MFP with many small problems, including an overly complex control panel, minimal Mac support, and mediocre photo quality. Toner costs appear low.
Best suited for small, low-volume offices, this multifunction printer offers versatile connectivity, but provides limited features and uses expensive toner.
High toner costs and slow performance make this low-priced model a dubious bargain, even with wireless and Web capabilities.
Unlike most basic small- or home-office MFPs, the NX625 offers mostly cheap inks and some impressive performance.
You don't have to splurge for a dedicated photo printer to produce great pictures. This collection of printers for photo buffs includes multifunction printers along with a few specialized photo printers.
Some printers that have a low sticker price will kill you with high ink costs. But our bargain printer picks treat your budget gently now and over the long haul.
From printers to Webcams to monitors to mice, these computer peripherals were honored as part of the 2011 CES Innovations Awards.
Built for style rather than efficiency, this multifunction printer operates adequately but expensively.
Fast, capable, and overshadowed by its detachable tablet control panel, this MFP offers a unique extra that may justify its price.