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Printers

Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer
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Kodak ESP C310 All-in-One Printer

Stay away from the Kodak ESP C310 if you're shopping for a new all-in-one printer. Competing $100 models like the Canon MX410 or the Lexmark Impact S305 offer similar features in a tighter package.

2.5 stars Editors' rating on March 4, 2011
1 star User rating out of 11 votes

MSRP: $99.99

Canon Pixma MX410
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Canon Pixma MX410

The Canon Pixma MX410 isn't the fastest printer in its image class, but its auto-document feeder, wireless connectivity, and the comprehensive Canon software suite earn this multifunction printer our recommendation for light to moderate monthly output.

3 stars Editors' rating on February 28, 2011
2.5 stars User rating out of 6 votes
Dell V515w All-in-One Wireless Printer
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Dell V515w All-in-One Wireless Printer

The Dell V515w is a capable printer with all-in-one print, fax, scan, and copy functionality, but the cheap build, quick-depleting cartridges, and spotty wireless service aren't worth the hassle. We recommend skipping over this ink guzzler and picking up a more reputable multifunction inkjet.

3 stars Editors' rating on February 7, 2011
0 stars User rating out of 5 votes
Dell 1350cnw Color Laser Printer
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Dell 1350cnw Color Laser Printer

If you print a high volume of monochrome and color documents, the Dell 1350cnw color laser printer delivers strong results with a variety of wired and wireless networking options. As long as you're patient with its sluggish output speed and small LED screen, we recommend the Dell 1350cnw for use in a small business or home office.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on January 26, 2011
0 stars User rating out of 1 vote

MSRP: $299.99

HP Photosmart eStation C510
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HP Photosmart eStation C510

For all the cool points the HP Photosmart eStation C510 earns for Web-connectivity features like ePrint and the detachable Android-powered Zeen, we're holding off on our recommendation until HP drops the price and fixes the user interface bugs and network errors that marred our testing.

3 stars Editors' rating on December 19, 2010
0 stars User rating out of 6 votes
Canon Pixma iP4820
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Canon Pixma iP4820

Canon's Pixma iP4820 single-function photo printer produces presentation-quality photos and documents, but the competition offers scan and fax functionality, not to mention extras like Wi-Fi and printing from a USB flash drive, for the same price. We recommend the Epson WorkForce 520 or even the Canon Pixma MP495 instead.

3 stars Editors' rating on December 1, 2010

MSRP: $99.99

HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One
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HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One

Boasting a touch-screen display, an app store, and ePrint (a remote printing service), the HP Envy 100 features loads of innovation in a slickly designed chassis. We wouldn't buy this printer for its image quality, but the convenience of ePrint and the potential of the ePrintCenter app store earn the HP Envy 100 our recommendation.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on November 16, 2010
1 star User rating out of 5 votes

MSRP: $307.00

Oki B431DN (print server)
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Oki B431DN ( print server)

The Oki B431DN is truly a workhorse black-and-white laser printer, with rapid output speed and high print quality. Combined with extra features like an autoduplexer and a large paper input capacity, the Oki B431DN is worth your dollar.

4 stars Editors' rating on November 10, 2010
1 star User rating out of 2 votes
Epson WorkForce 520
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Epson WorkForce 520

The Epson WorkForce 520 isn't ideal for photo printing or graphics-heavy documents, but this all-in-one device delivers office-capable features like an auto document feeder and multiple connection options at an effective price. For light-duty office work, the Epson WorkForce 520 is a solid choice.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on November 2, 2010
0 stars User rating out of 9 votes
Canon Pixma MP495 All-in-One
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Canon Pixma MP495 All-in-One

If you're shopping for a sub-$100 multifunction printer for intermittent use in your home, the Canon Pixma MP495 will meet your needs. It prints, scans, and copies documents, and the integrated wireless print server means you won't have a bundle of cables tangling up the office. We have a few flaws to nitpick, but otherwise Canon scores with the Pixma MP495.

3 stars Editors' rating on October 28, 2010
3.3 stars User rating out of 2 votes

MSRP: $79.99

Canon Pixma MX870
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Canon Pixma MX870

Like Canon's other printers in its Pixma MX-series, the stylish MX870 has versatile features, including a handy scroll wheel and an ample 2.5-inch LCD, to help you get the job done. We recommend the Canon Pixma MX870 as a do-it-all device with an affordable price tag; just be ready to stomach its intermittent print lag.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on June 15, 2010
2.6 stars User rating out of 11 votes
Samsung ML-2525W
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Samsung ML-2525W

The Samsung ML-2525W monochrome laser printer doesn't pack in extra features, but delivers worthwhile improvements over previous generations in output speed and quality. We highly recommend this wireless workhorse if you refuse to sacrifice quality for affordability.

4 stars Editors' rating on April 16, 2010
2 stars User rating out of 3 votes
Lexmark Interact S605
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Lexmark Interact S605

The Lexmark Interact S605 multifunction device prints, scans, copies, and connects wirelessly with a streamlined user experience facilitated by an easy-to-use touch screen and customizable widgets called "SmartSolutions." Built for small businesses and home usage, the Interact S605 stands out in its price range and is well-deserving of our recommendation.

4 stars Editors' rating on March 19, 2010
0 stars User rating out of 20 votes
Canon Pixma MP560
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Canon Pixma MP560

The Canon Pixma MP560 multifunction printer and its flashy 2-inch LCD screen and auto-document feeder may seem appealing at first, but the average consumer will find that Lexmark's Impact S305 offers faster performance and higher quality results for $50 less.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on February 4, 2010
1 star User rating out of 3 votes
Epson WorkForce 610
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Epson WorkForce 610

The Epson WorkForce 610 meets the needs of both businesses and home offices that are shopping for a competent, dependable all-in-one device. Whether it's printing, faxing, copying, or scanning, this Epson is a cut above the competition.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on February 1, 2010
1 star User rating out of 1 vote
Epson WorkForce 310
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Epson WorkForce 310

The Epson WorkForce 310 is a cost-efficient all-in-one printer that gives you five separate ink cartridges with an automatic document feeder and a detailed control panel. Combine those features with its lightning-fast print speeds, and the WorkForce 310 is a worthwhile addition to your office arsenal.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on January 22, 2010
1 star User rating out of 2 votes
Lexmark Impact S305
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Lexmark Impact S305

The Lexmark Impact S305's low price tag, simple setup, and straightforward features are sure to draw in budget customers with intermittent printing needs. With extra features like wireless printing and a media card reader, the Impact earns a solid recommendation.

4 stars Editors' rating on January 20, 2010
1 star User rating out of 5 votes
Kodak ESP 5250
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Kodak ESP 5250

Kodak's ESP 5250 multifunction printer isn't marred by the errors of its predecessors, but it still needs improvement before it can keep up with the competition. Right now, its pleasing photo quality and satisfactory output speed don't justify the $170 price tag and lack of features.

3 stars Editors' rating on October 28, 2009
1 star User rating out of 15 votes

MSRP: $129.99

HP Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One (C309n)
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HP Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One ( C309n)

Aside from the never-ending name, the HP Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One Printer looks good and prints high-quality photos at competitive speeds. We also appreciate the effort put into the downloadable applications for the interactive touch screen, but the innovation is offset by a hefty price tag. Unless Web connectivity and touch screens are a top priority, we recommend checking out HP's other multifunction printers, which still offer high performance but at a much lower cost.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on September 27, 2009
1 star User rating out of 2 votes
Lexmark Platinum Pro 905
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Lexmark Platinum Pro 905

The Lexmark Platinum Pro 905 is a fully capable all-in-one business device, but its touch screen might throw a wrench in your workflow. The Smart Solutions widgets add virtual customization to the control panel, but we wish Lexmark had retained a few hard buttons as well. As the top dog in the Lexmark printer family, the Platinum Pro 905 does the job, but the HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless does it better.

4 stars Editors' rating on September 25, 2009
1 star User rating out of 8 votes
HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless
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HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless

The HP Officejet Pro 8500 wireless makes a convincing inkjet argument for offices with a high volume of prints. With a function touch screen, multiple networking options, and an astoundingly fast print speed, it makes perfect sense to give this workhorse an Editors' Choice award.

4.5 stars Editors' rating on September 7, 2009
1 star User rating out of 18 votes
Brother MFC-990CW
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Brother MFC-990CW

The Brother MFC-990CW is a speedy, fully capable all-in-one device that earns our recommendation for an individual or a family that will make use of its touch screen and telephone/answering machine. Mechanical issues notwithstanding, this is the highest-scoring Brother printer we've tested to date.

3 stars Editors' rating on September 7, 2009
4 stars User rating out of 2 votes

MSRP: $379.99

Brother MFC-3360C
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Brother MFC-3360C

The Brother MFC-3360C does decent quality text and graphics, but anyone printing a large volume of photos won't be happy with the extremely slow output speed. If you're set on buying a multifunction printer, put your $90 toward a more capable device, like the Canon Pixma MX330.

2.5 stars Editors' rating on August 30, 2009
2 stars User rating out of 1 vote
Brother DCP 165C
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Brother DCP 165C

We've tested plenty of printers at CNET, but very few have frustrated us as much as the Brother DCP-165C multifunction has. The counterintuitive setup, bland design, deplorable print quality, and crawling output speeds earns this printer a double thumbs down. Spend $30 more and you can get the Canon Pixma MX330, an all-in-one printer that adds a fax machine on top of the copy, scan, and print features.

2.5 stars Editors' rating on July 21, 2009

MSRP: $129.99

Epson Stylus NX515
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Epson Stylus NX515

The Epson Stylus NX515 is a capable machine that will improve the efficiency of any office or work-at-home setup. Not only is it a lightning-fast all-in-one, but it also has a broader range of features than most other $150 AIOs. As long as you don't need a full creative software suite, the Epson Stylus NX515 will make a dependable sidekick to your computer.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on July 20, 2009
1 star User rating out of 4 votes
Brother MFC-490CW
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Brother MFC-490CW

The Brother MFC-490CW is an improvement over the more expensive MFC-5890CN, but that still doesn't excuse its drudging print speeds and mechanical issues under the hood. Instead of dealing with these headaches, we recommend you look toward the Canon Pixma MX330, which will give you consistent performance and a variety of extra features for the same price.

2.5 stars Editors' rating on July 20, 2009
0 stars User rating out of 3 votes
Brother MFC-5890CN
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Brother MFC-5890CN

The Brother MFC-5890CN all-in-one is hands down the worst printer to take up space in our lab. From the irritating initial set up to the horrendous output quality and slow print speed, this device is the easiest way to flush $200 down the drain.

2 stars Editors' rating on July 13, 2009
4.5 stars User rating out of 2 votes

MSRP: $349.99

HP Deskjet D2660 Printer
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HP Deskjet D2660 Printer

HP's basic Deskjet D2660 inkjet has a fold-up paper tray and a unique paper corral that make it easy to store away. We noticed several flaws in the output quality, but if you don't expect too much in terms of photo output, this $50 inkjet will make an excellent at-home printer for intermittent use.

3 stars Editors' rating on June 29, 2009
0 stars User rating out of 1 vote

MSRP: $63.00

HP Officejet 6000
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HP Officejet 6000

We like the simplicity of the HP Officejet 6000 single-function inkjet printer. The print quality meets HP's high standards, and it outputs full color photos at an impressive rate, but its lack of an LCD screen takes some getting used to. Nevertheless, the HP Officjet 6000 performed well and earns our recommendation as a great single-function printer.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on June 14, 2009
0 stars User rating out of 2 votes
Canon Pixma MX860
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Canon Pixma MX860

The Canon Pixma MX860's auto-document feeder, large LCD screen, and quick print speeds are sure to increase your productivity, but it also includes plenty of software to nourish your creative interests. At $199, this multifunctional printer earns our recommendation.

3.5 stars Editors' rating on May 29, 2009
1 star User rating out of 3 votes