Great All-in-one Printer
I am very happy with this printer. I had to wait several months before this new model actually became available, but it was worth the wait. The printer and scanner work great with Windows 8, which was the main reason I was looking for a new all-in-one printer in the first place.
Will do its job well
Canon MX522 is another affordable all-in-one printer solution from Canon. It's not the fastest or cheapest-to-operte printer in the bunch. It's clearly made with home printers in mind who want to print documents and photos now and then. I'd recommend getting it for your occasional home printing needs.
Excellent printer with support for mobile devices!
Overall, I am very happy with this unit and look forward to replacing my old workhorse that while it served me well kept me tethered to my PC or my router. I love the fact that I could completely set up the unit without ever having to be near any computer. Though it would have been nice to have duplex printing support, the ability to print from any mobile device (Android, iOS, and Windows) in my household makes this printer a clear winner.
Ease of use, Print quality
Two things stood out about the Samsung CLX-4195fw during testing: ease of use and print quality. Samsung isn't lying when they deemed their software as "Easy". Every program I used on my PC was well laid out; I loved the simplicity of the Easy Document Creator and the additions of the SNS Upload and E-Book Conversion.
Print quality was great with vivid color and better accuracy thanks to Samsung's Rendering Engine for Clean Page technology (or at least that's what they call it).
A Full-featured, Fast Small Business Printer
The CLX-4195FW incorporates a plethora of useful and well-implemented capabilities, and is an excellent MFP by itself. And though Samsung is a newer to building printers than many other brands out there, the company has made impressive inroads into meeting the needs of small businesses.
The only improvement we'd like to see concerns the resistive touch screen.
Prints in both color and black and white
While it won't print as quickly as a dedicated black-and-white laser printer, the Samsung CLX-4195FW has plenty of features to land it a top spot on our lineup.
Great Quality Prints !!! Low Cost!!! The Perfect Printer
I cannot say enough praise about it however. If your worried about the quality and the comparitively lower price do not be concerned. The printer prints far better quality prints in every area over my HP Photosmart which cost signifigantly more to purchase.
A high end all-in-one printer, scanner and copier
The Kodak Hero 9.1 is the costliest printer in the Hero series, but you get a true all-in-one for your money. If you're a creative home user, it will meet all your needs. Keep it for a couple of years and you'll get your money back in saved ink costs too.
Easy wireless connection
If you want your Kodak printer with extras, this machine delivers them. The touchscreen control, powered photo tray and ADF are certainly worth having, but the print quality, speed and low running costs are available from the hero 5.1, for around £70 less. And you'll need to keep your page margins wide, if you don't want either printer to reduce the page image when printing duplex.
Tons of features
I've been hard on certain Kodak printers in the past because the photo quality hasn't been up to snuff, or certain devices didn't work right, but in my humble opinion, Kodak has done a really good job on improving on past mistakes. The Kodak ESP 9250 was a good printer, and the HERO 9.1 takes it up a notch further.
Kodak Hero 9.1 has automatic duplex when required and the duplex unit does protrude beyond the main but as it does not run the whole width any cables are retained within the total footprint, so the figures given include the duplex. Printing the normal nonsensical 200 word document came in at 20PPM while the more normal 1500 word offering spread over four pages a still very respectable 17PPM, both were printed in draft mode but were crisp and sharp.
Low running costs
The Hero range replaces Kodak's entire premium multifunction inkjet line, and represents a step up in quality. The Kodak Hero 9.1 sits at the top of the range, and packs in features such as a 4.3-inch touchscreen, USB, Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, Google Cloud Print, Kodak Email Printing and automatic Duplex.
Virtually PERFECT color accuracy without manual calibration
The Canon Pixma Pro-1 is quite possibly the best wide format photo printer made by any manufacturer to date. The easy-yet-accurate color management, the phenomenal retention of detail in highlights and shadows, the range of inks and ability to handle a wide variety of print sizes on a variety of media make the Pro-1 hard to beat.
For a solidly-built A3+ printer that produces long-lasting prints.
The PIXMA Pro-1 is the latest - and most sophisticated - model in Canon's A3+ printer range. Announced in October 2011, the Pro-1's release was delayed by the flooding in Thailand but it's just gone on sale locally. The Pro-1 uses LUCIA pigment inks, which dry quickly and have lightfastness ratings of up to 200 years under archival storage conditions.
Excellent choice for both professional and semi-pro photographers
Canon has created a very appealing large carriage printer with their new PIXMA Pro-1. This printer would make an excellent choice for both professional and semi-pro photographers, and even those enthusiasts with deep pockets. During our tests, the Pro-1 was able to produce stunning prints from 4x6 inches all the way up to borderless 13x19s, with color saturation and black density that is unmatched in this price range.
Excellent paper profiles provided
This is simply the best pigment ink printer we have tested. We have produced consistent output with no annoying and costly mismatch of monitor and print. The prints should have a very long, fade-free life. The extra-large cartridges mean it should be more economical to use than the Pro9500 Mark II. It is a big, heavy beast that takes two people to lift and get into place and it needs a large desk area, so it won't fit in everyone's space. The heft and feel of the unit bespeak durability.
Well worth the money
The Zebra ZP 450 is a great thermal printer for the price. We just opened a small business and it helps so much with shipping labels. If you ship packages then this will pay for itself. No more having to tape a paper label on and having it fold and wrinkle you just stick it on and go. Has been very dependable and installed very easily as well.
My iPad Printing Buddy!
Overall I like the HP Officejet Pro 8600 Plus e-AIO, because it works seamlessly with my iMac and I can print to it from my iPad. The design is a little austere; there are no buttons to push because everything is controlled from the color (touch screen) display panel, which might prove problematic if it ever decides not to work. But, there is always the control set on the computer, so...
Much cheaper than colour laser
There's no real comparison between the HP OfficeJet Pro 8600 Plus and equivalent laser machines, as this one is cheaper to buy and cheaper to run. Against equivalent inkjets, such as the Epson Workforce Pro WP-4535DWF it also holds its own extremely well and is a very good overall choice for home and small business.
Slightly bulky, but feature-rich.
With a price tag of Rs. 20,999 and featuring laser-like print quality, speedy document printing with duplex capabilities, web options, wireless connectivity and a built-in fax, we would definitely recommend one of these units in a medium-sized business environment. However, if you are also looking for good quality photo printing features, we suggest you look into other models.
Quality prints, Affordable, Good blend of features
The OKI MB471/MB471w are very competitively priced for what's being offered: four devices, print speeds up to 35 ppm, front side USB, a 3.5-inch LCD, built-in networking and automatic print, scan, copy and fax duplexing. When I searched some of the main competitors in this class - Brother, HP and Samsung - only Brother beat OKI on price but they didn't offer the RADF.
One of the cheapest printers around
Canon MX392 is one of the cheapest printers around. It's also very basic printer. There are no extra features at all. Also, if you print a lot, you might realize the high printing costs associated with this printer. I'd recommend getting it if you only print now and then.
Improved photo software, Longer-lasting inks
The PIXMA MG3220 Wireless Inkjet Photo All-In-One delivers excellent quality and convenience in a compact package. Built-in Wi-Fi technology allows you to easily print and scan wirelessly, from virtually anywhere around your house. Built-in AirPrint compatibility allows you to print right from your iPhone, iPad and iPod touch wirelessly and with virtually no setup!
Slower than a crawling snail
Say hello to the Pixma MG3220, an entry-level inkjet printer by Canon. This multifunction printer managed to get achieve good color accuracy, but printed at a snail's pace. Given its stature and price point, this printer would do well for a family looking to do a moderate amount of printing.
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