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This is a good basic multifunction printer for PC users, but the black ink is pricey and there's no duplexing support for the Mac.
This basic monochrome laser is suited for low-volume use, boasting a minimal purchase price and size--but also minimal features and maximal toner costs.
This competent, low-volume multifunction printer offers good output and speed, but costly black ink and some design oddities are drawbacks.
The Photosmart 5520 offers the duplexing and layout options that its predecessor lacked, making it one of the better--and more stylish--buys among low-cost, low-volume multifunction printers.
Small workgroups looking at color lasers should note that this inkjet is faster and cheaper to operate, and that it can print crisp text as well as very nice photos.
This inkjet multifunction printer has good speed and appealing features for a small or home office, but some similarly priced competitors offer a better design or cheaper inks.
Should you buy a lower-priced printer whose inks cost more per page, or a higher-priced printer that uses more-economical supplies? Our printer comparison calculator will help you decide.
For a bargain price, this multifunction printer offers great photo quality and low-cost ink--with just a glitch or two.
Tuned for speed and attractive output, this small-office printer sings--but it hits a sour note with high-priced toner and absurdly expensive memory.
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Great output and performance complemented by inexpensive inks make this printer a small-office standout. The one-year warranty is one of its few disappointments.
This is a well-balanced MFP for a small office: It's speedy, with nice text and photos, and a color touchscreen LCD. High-yield inks are affordable.
Although the black ink is pricey, this inexpensive MFP's nice output will appeal to home or student users who print at low volume.