Excellent speed, Crisp output, Duplex printing, A variety of connectivity options
Other than the Eco mode, which Samsung claims can save up to 20 percent in paper and toner costs, there isn't anything all that special about the M2825DW. But that's OK. Just because it doesn't play music or make snow cones, doesn't make it a bad printer. If you want lots of bells and whistles, you should look at multifunction printers.
6 fax groups and 100 speed dials
Brother's MFC-J6920 is a good, modern inkjet all-in-one, with all the facilities you would expect in a proper A3 machine: full print, scan and copy, single and double-sided on the larger paper. More importantly, it's the best printer of its type, making it easy to recommend.
The Expresson XP-810 is a great printer. It installed easily to print, scan, Fax, and copy. All of my friend in the dorm and I love it. We can scan articles to our Dropbox and our computers. We can also print from out cell phones. TheXL cartridge mean I can print for a long time wit out buying ink.
Impressive speed and print quality
I was disappointed by the cheap feel of the output tray and the pricey bent of the inks on the Epson Expression XP-810. It's otherwise one of the best consumer printers you could buy, perhaps overshadowed only by its fancier (and higher-priced) cousin, the Epson Expression XP-850 Small-in-One Printer. As noted before, the HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One has cheaper inks, though its photo quality isn't quite as good.
Internet enabled control with smart phone
With Epson offering cartridge prices starting at $9.60, the XP-810's value is enhanced by its stellar print quality on photo stock, assuming that some of the execution issues aren't a problem. If you don't plan on moving your printer that often and are looking for something with a small footprint, the Epson XP-810 is a reasonable choice.
Easy maintenance, Well-designed controls
Although we are a bit concerned with the running costs of this machine, Dell's B1164nfw is a versatile MFP for small and home office, covering all the business essentials and producing good quality print, reasonably quickly. Shame there's no cover for its paper tray, though, which may mean you need to close it up between print jobs.
Print quality, Lifetime fuser guarantee
I was impressed with the Dell B1165nfw because it is compact, easy to use and offers small offices and home offices basic business features at a low initial cost and, possibly more important, offers a low cost per page over the long term.
Is the B1165nfw perfect? No. I'd really like to see automatic duplexing, a front side USB port, and a larger paper drawer.
But for a home office or small office (think 1-9 users) looking for an efficient, reliable device, the B1165nfw is a great option.
Card slots, including CompactFlash, Neat cartridge cover
The Canon PIXMA MG7150 is a good all-round all-in-one for home and particularly photo-enthusiast use. Its neat design and clever control panel are supported by good wireless provision, making it well-suited to customers who need to print from a variety of different devices.
Good text and photo quality
The Canon Pixma MG5220 is a good printer with an interesting mix of standard and unique features allowing the customer to do more at a low initial cost. For $149.99, the Pixma MG5220 offers quality text and photo prints quickly, low energy consumption, auto duplexing, a front side USB port, two-way paper feeding, good software (with Memory Card Import and Full HD Movie Print) and an easy to use control panel.
Multi-page scanning/copying and fast print speeds
If you're a business user who wants a cheap option for scanning or copying multi-page documents - and if you don't mind mediocre quality draft prints - the HP Officejet 4500 is hard to fault. Its consumable costs are reasonable, installation is easy and maintenance is simple.
Useful 20-sheet automatic document feeder
If you're a business user who wants a cheap option for scanning or copying multi-page documents -- and if you don't mind mediocre quality draft prints -- the HP Officejet 4500 is hard to fault. Its consumable costs are reasonable, installation is easy and maintenance is simple.
Excellent photo quality
The HP OfficeJet 4500 Wireless is not exactly a speed demon, but for the price (I saw it as low as $129.99, and cheaper if you don't want wireless), it's a very good deal. For that price, built-in wireless, an automatic document feeder, fax, and (manual) duplex come as welcome surprises. Print quality for text documents was not the best I've seen, and duplex pages will bleed through, but color photos looked lush and wonderful.
Best little all in one printer that truly is a space saver
This is built much better than any Epson, HP, or Canon I have owed. A plus is how sharp and attractive it looks on your desktop. Airprint via iphone or android is a piece of cake and works well. I am finding it does not eat ink and if you feel you need to re-allign the heads or clean the print heads that process is finishes in record time. I have mine set to sleep after 1 hour and I never hear any noise coming from my printer.
Memory card and Pictbridge sockets
This is the best of Brother's new range of small-footprint, A3 all-in-ones we've looked at. That's partly because of its full A3 capability and partly because of useful extra features, such as the full duplex scan head and good card and device connectivity. A3 paper handling still looks a bit "occasional", though, and default copy settings give poor results.
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