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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.
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This low-cost model is impressively quick, but its output quality and design fail to keep pace.
Wi-Fi is included in the bargain pricing, but the trade-offs are slow print speeds and mediocre graphics quality.
A busy office will like this model's speed and features, but its toner pricing and photo quality are disappointing.
At first, Epson's PictureMate Show PM300 compact photo printer looks like a bulky, awkward piece of printing equipment, with an unnecessarily large display...
A good bargain, the Photosmart Plus offers impressive speed and print quality for the price, plus Wi-Fi.
For a reasonable price, you get automatic duplexing and dual 150-sheet input trays, but the trade-off is mediocre print speed.