This little bit of printing sleight-of-hand can save your small business some real money.
The pricey inks of the WorkForce 40 produce fuzzy text and grainy prints--hardly a good deal for a small office.
Nobody likes buying more printer ink. Follow these tips and you won't have to do it nearly so often.
The Kindle 2 is better looking, lighter, and the screen is even easier to read, but it's still difficult to view your own documents on the device.
The Schlage Link is a door-locking system that runs on a wireless technology called Z Wave and can be controlled remotely via cell phone.
For home or school, the Pixma MP620 inkjet MFP offers impressive features and connectivity for a low price.
The Artisan 800 inkjet MFP gives you plenty of features and capabilities, but it needs special paper for the best results.
Small offices will like the Brother MFC-5890CN's versatility and its cheap inks; however, it's pretty slow at printing.
The Brother MFC-790CW multifunction packs some interesting features into a small space, but is too slow at printing basic tasks.