Don't-Miss Multifunction printer Stories
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Speed and print quality vary on this inkjet multifunction, but its low ink costs could be a reasonable trade-off for some users.
Wireless connectivity, good-quality output, and scan features highlight this bargain color inkjet multifunction, but ink costs are high.
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A wealth of features make this unit nearly as well suited for family or home office users as it is for photo enthusiasts.
A generous feature set and great performance make this MFP a good fit for a home or small office.
Small workgroups will like this color multifunction's features and print quality, which balance out its middling performance and toner costs.
This low-priced MFP offers high-class performance and even includes wireless, but supports only rudimentary paper handling is rudimentary.
This home-oriented multifunction printer offers good speed and print quality plus access to some fun Web apps, but its pricey inks and skimpy paper-handling options are disappointments.
Fast and capable, the MG5220 is a good match for a family or a home office with basic scanning needs.
The no-frills MP280 multifunction printer may fall short on features, but its speed and print quality are as good as you’ll find on pricier models.
The WorkForce 520's speed and cheap inks address two small-office needs, but its text quality on plain paper falls short of another.
You pay more for the machine but less for its ink, which is a reasonable trade-off--especially considering the plentiful features that accompany this MFP.
It’s nice that such an inexpensive MFP includes Wi-Fi, but only low-volume users could tolerate the expensive inks.