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'the X7675 is relatively slow.'
'The printer measures 8 inches high by 19 inches wide by 14 inches deep and only weighs 19 pounds, making it easy to unplug and transport around the home or office.'
'Once set-up is complete, you're ready to start printing.'
'Unless those A4 pages are loaded perfectly straight, expect a multitude of paper jams and frustrating sessions waiting for the printer to recognise that the jam has been cleared.'
'the X4650's photo speed was lackluster, averaging 2:08 for each 4-by-6 print and 4:51 for each 8-by-10.'
'relatively slow printing'
'The input tray is capable of holding up to 100 pages.'
'Controls on the X4650 have been kept simple, with direct buttons for copying, scanning and direct photo printing.'
'With the 25-page automatic document feeder large jobs are easy.'
'Extremely heavy on ink, even in draft printing.'
'very modest price'
'solid all-in-one printer'
'Poor connection options - requires a PC host online for networked printing.'
'the X6575 is capable of fax, scan, copy and print.'
'high quality photo'
'Sadly, you can't set one of your photos as the main background, nor can you change the size and shape of the text and photo boxes.'
'color photo prints are slow.'
'No ad-hoc connectivity. Flimsy paper tray'
'Set-up is quick and easy, especially because there are no drivers or software to worry about.'
'Poor build quality Poor prints Lazy print time'
'It's by no means a speedy printer'
'Pokey task speeds.'
'built-in 802.11g wireless technology'
'Expensive. Poor quality scanning and copying'
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