The Epson Expression Home XP-430 combines reliable do-it-all multifunction printing and a space-saving design at an ultra-affordable price.
If you only have $100 to spend on a multifunction inkjet printer for the office, you'll have a hard time finding a faster performer with ink refills as cheap as the Brother MFC-J470DW.
Fuji Xerox's colour laser is relatively quiet and delivers good quality prints, but not in any kind of hurry.
You can't fault the B110 on price or its painless set-up process and email connectivity, but you can fault it on print quality.
Fuji Xerox's inexpensive multifunction monochrome laser delivers pleasing printing results, but small businesses need to keep its lack of networking in mind.
Brother's MFC 9125CN offers a budget SOHO printing centre that lacks frills, speed or particularly good quality printing. The trade-offs are worth it if you only intermittently print colour, and have plenty of patience.
Canon's Pixma MG6150 is a slow multifunction printer, but the print quality and ease of use make it a multifunction worth waiting for.
All the piano black finish in the world can't hide the main problem with the TX700 — incredibly expensive ink tanks. However, if you have the money to spend on consumables, this is a really strong multifunction, pairing super fast print speeds with a stylish exterior.
While it may seem like an ideal office multifunction printer on the outside, the L7590 has its fair share of problems. Intermittent clunking noises, variable print quality and the sheer size of the thing does a lot to offset the speed and versatility to be found within.
The Deskjet D4360 justifies its asking price nicely. At the same time, you do get exactly what you pay for.
Most people don't need an A3 printer in their lives. If you do, the HP Officejet 7610 delivers solid quality — but keep an eye on those ongoing print costs.
The iX6550 isn't awash with features, but those after a somewhat compact A3 printer should find it good value.
Kyocera's entry-level MFP provides rapid output of good quality, although we do wish the output tray were a little better designed.
Brother's enormous A3 MFC covers the SOHO basics well, but not particularly quickly.
If you are looking for a competitively priced printer that gives you the flexibility of high volume text printouts as well as photo printing capabilities, the Canon Pixma iP4300 is ideal.
The Photosmart Plus has a great touchscreen interface, but average printing quality at best.
Canon's Pixma MP990 should appeal to photo types wanting good quality, but they'll need a little patience to go along with it.
The Canon PIXMA MG7160 offers mostly speedy performance, but like most inkjets, you've got to keep a careful eye on your ink usage.