A pro feature set, a marvelous Web interface, and remote access via a portal makes the My Cloud EX2 is easy as it gets. But it’s a slow performer.
Thin, light, and long lasting, Toshiba does portable media storage and streaming right.
It only looks like a table lamp. The Fujitsu SV600 scans material quickly and efficiently, but page curvature is a problem.
Unless you don't print much, the expensive toner and dumbed-down features on this color laser MFP are going to frustrate you.
Low-cost home printers tend to be unexciting, but this one stands out for having better-than-usual print quality and a new, cloud-controlled Instant Ink program that is cheaper per page than its regular cartridges are.
This brawny machine will make short work of office chores and do it on the cheap. But it can't shake a few stereotypical inkjet shortcomings.
Though it's expensive for the capacity, when you need fast write performance in an external USB 3.0 drive, the Apricorn Aegis Portable 3.0 with the SSD option provides it.
This color laser multifunction has all the features and speed a small workgroup is likely to need, but the cost of toner, especially color, is high even with the large-capacity supplies.
Its toner costs are high, and the Samsung Xpress C410W is one of the slower color laser printers we've ever tested, but print quality, including color photos, is as good or better than anything in its price range. And, it prints via NFC.
The Dell B1265dfw is a reasonably capable monochrome laser MFP for small offices, but its two-sided scanning abilities are weak, and toner costs are high.
Sandisk announces two new portable, flash-based Wi-Fi drives for sharing data and streaming multimedia
The Brother HL-3170CDW color laser-class (LED) printer offers good speed and adequate print quality for an inexpensive purchase price, plus, its toner costs are reasonable. However, users seeking better output quality should look at a business inkjet.
If your needs are modest, then this limited but free online OCR service will extract your text just fine. It supports 29 languages, including English.
The HP Envy 120 is for those who do only a little printing and a little scanning, but who want to do it in style.
For a moderate-volume small or home office the Pixma MX922 shines, but its ink prices are a little higher than average.
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