Don't-Miss Printer Stories
If you need a device that scans, copies, faxes and prints large spreadsheets, the HP Officejet 7500A is worth considering. Its an average performer in terms of both speed and print quality, but it is one of the few printers top currently support Apple’s AirPrint and HP’s ePrint services.
Unlike most basic small- or home-office MFPs, the NX625 offers mostly cheap inks and some impressive performance.
Competitive in speed and features, but not photo quality, the HL-4570CDW small-business laser printer is best for mainstream use.
If you’re looking for an inkjet all-in-one that supports Apple’s AirPrint and HP’s ePrint services, the HP Officejet 6500A is worth a look, if only because they are so few and far between. The 6500A was an average performer in both print speeds and quality, with noticeably fuzzy edges in its text printing.
'Tis the season to recognize great products here at Macworld, and with the annual Eddy Awards and App Gems Awards out of the way, it's time to take a look at 2010's best affordable software: the Mac Gems of the Year.
If you’re looking for a speedy multifunction inkjet with wireless capabilities, the HP Photosmart Premium e-All-in-One is worth a look. Its text and photo printing quality are impressive, and its AirPrint support, touchscreen menus and printing apps are nice-to-have features that work well. If the unit’s remote printing via ePrint Center is your main attraction, however, know that the service is experiencing some growing pains.
The 'wow' factor of the Genesis's vertical profile and its camera-based scanner compensates somewhat for the pricey inks.
Touch-sensitive controls, inexpensive inks, and a legal-size scanner raise this MFP above the competition.
Built for style rather than efficiency, this multifunction printer operates adequately but expensively.
Home users with light printing needs will like everything about this MFP except its lackluster quality on plain paper.
A multitalented workhorse, this unit offers impressive speed and print quality, plus reasonable toner costs.
Printopia lets you print from any print-capable iOS app to any of your Mac's printers. Printopia also makes it easy to "print to PDF," saving the resulting files to your Mac or to your Dropbox folder.
This color laser printer is a solid performer with nice output, but its consumables can be expensive.