Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Fax is nice on such a basic MFP, but pricey black ink makes the MX360 fit for only low-volume use.
A touch-sensitive control panel lifts the well-equipped, reasonably fast MG6120 over its midpriced competition.
Designed for mobile-printing convenience, the Officejet 100 provides impressive print quality. It’s slow, however, and inks are expensive.
Small office users get perks aplenty with this unit: Speedy text printing, automatic duplexing, and budget-friendly inks.
Wireless capabilities come at the low purchase price; but expensive inks, nagging page alignment issues, exorbitant ink costs, and cheap construction make this MFP one to avoid.
Best suited for small, low-volume offices, this multifunction printer offers versatile connectivity, but provides limited features and uses expensive toner.
High toner costs and slow performance make this low-priced model a dubious bargain, even with wireless and Web capabilities.
Small, simple, and easy to use, this color printer produces nice-looking pages--for a dear price.
This workgroup-level printer imposes budget-breaking toner costs, making it unsuitable for high-volume use.
Affordable, creativity-enhancing font utility works alongside other font managers or by itself.
The nice photos that the CP800 produces are overshadowed by the pricey, wasteful consumables it uses to create them.
Extensis introduced two new features unique to its Fusion 3 font manager: QuickMatch and WebINK integration. Both help designers choose and access fonts for their projects.
If you’re looking for an affordable, monochrome multifunction laser printer, the LaserJet 1534dnf offers a couple of special features like AirPrint and ePrint while delivering quick prints and scans of decent quality.