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Excellent output makes up for this color inkjet multifunction's deficiencies, but its color ink is expensive.
The WP-4590 inkjet MFP is a competent, and considerably cheaper, alternative to color laser multifunctions for corporate workgroups.
For a light-volume home or student user, this multifunction printer offers decent speed and features, and average-priced inks.
Outstanding speed and output quality highlight this high-capacity, 1200-dpi color laser printer.
The Officejet 150 Mobile squeezes print, scan, and copy into a portable package; however, HP has delayed shipment of this model until the fall.
Great photo output, nice documents (at best quality), and inexpensive ink more than compensate for this inkjet MFP's slow and slightly loud operation.
With a handsome color touchscreen, a slew of features, and great integration with popular productivity apps, Dymo's latest label printer is a versatile--but pricey--business tool.
This office laser MFP offers great output and paper handling, but earns merely average scores in other respects.
For workgroups, the C3760dn offers speed and good-looking output, plus low-cost black toner, in a no-nonsense package.
A complete lack of support for two-sided printing is a deal-killer for this otherwise competent small-office multifunction.
When is an inkjet better than a laser? When it's one of the latest high-end business models, which are faster, better equipped, and cheaper to operate than their similarly priced color-laser competition.
The MX372 is a decent, inexpensive MFP for PC users, but its black ink is pricey, and it has no duplexing support for the Mac.
Under the right conditions, this utility can significantly lower your paper and ink or toner expenditures, but supported programs are not numerous and the SuperSaver feature is finicky.
Compared to other low-cost models, the MFC-9215CN stands out for having reasonably good speed and toner costs--but color quality is mediocre.