Jon L. JacobiFreelance Writer, Macworld

Dell 3330dn

Nearly perfect for a busy workgroup, this monochrome laser printer is speedy and offers automatic duplexing, along with modest (but upgradable) paper handling.

HP Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless

HP's Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless color inkjet printer could cure some small offices or workgroups of their color-laser envy.

HP Color Laserjet Enterprise CP4025dn

The HP Color Laserjet Enterprise CP4025dn is a workgroup color laser printer with speed and features to spare.

Kodak ESP 3250

This inexpensive, light-duty multifunction printer excels at printing on photo paper and is easy to use, but its print quality and performance are otherwise unremarkable.

Brother HL-3070CW

The Brother HL-3070CW color LED printer gives small offices color printing on the cheap and it has Wi-Fi, too.

Dell 5130cdn

Everything a busy office needs is in the 5130cdn, including speed, great print quality, and features galore--plus supercheap toner.

Clickfree announces automated backup options

Tired of dragging your USB backup drive from computer to computer? Don't want to hassle with setting up pricey, network backup software? If so, you've going to...

Inside the MacBook Air: The solid-state drive option

The MacBook Air comes with an 80GB hard drive in its standard configuration. Or you could pay an extra $999 for a 64GB solid-state drive. Why pay more for less? Because SSDs have a number of advantages for mobile users.

Analysis: Montecito unlikely to find a home in Xserve

While the dual-core Itanium 2 unveiled by Intel last week looks to be an excellent performer, it’s unlikely to appear in Apple’s Xserve when the company switches to Intel-supplied processors for its server line. Jon L. Jacobi explains.

Following Intel's roadmap

Looking at Intel's plans for future chips can give Mac users a glimpse of the processing possibilities for future Apple desktops and laptops.

Inside Intel’s offerings

It will be a year before Intel-built chips start appearing in Apple hardware. But it’s not too early to start familiarizing yourself with the processors currently available from Intel. Our guide to Intel’s chips takes a look at several CPUs that could wind up in future Macs.