The Epson WorkForce 635 caters to the office crowd with the capability to automatically print on both sides of a sheet of paper while still keeping ink replacement costs relatively low. It registers competitive print speeds and our only critique is its sluggish print output. That said, the rest of its buffet of features will leave any business user satisfied with its performance.
For its intended business purposes, the HP Officejet 100 Mobile delivers on its promise for a sleek design and improved output quality. If you're a business professional shopping for a simple device to output your documents, presentations, and handouts, the HP Officejet 100 Mobile deserves your consideration.
For a home office that needs copy, scan, and fax functions, the HP Photosmart Premium C410a offers crisp speeds and output. Its low-capacity paper tray limits its appeal for high-volume offices, but HP's ePrint and AirPrint features make it a worthwhile option for home users.
We recommend this multifunction inkjet for its high-quality prints, rapid text and graphics speeds, easy-to-navigate control panel, and abundance of features that include autoduplexing, an ADF, wired and wireless networking, and support for mobile printing.
As HP's cheapest multifunction laser, the LaserJet Pro M1217nfw boasts a smart feature set and a compact design that will meet the needs of small offices on a budget. You get print, scan, copy, and fax in one device, along with wired and wireless networking, an ADF, quick print speeds, and a dead-simple setup procedure, amounting to a very reasonable value for $250.
If you can live without the deepest, darkest black prints, the Lexmark Pinnacle Pro901 is one of the most cost-effective MFPs around, thanks to its cheap black ink refills. Color prints cost a bit more, but they are bright and vivid. For home offices, we recommend the quiet and compact Lexmark Pinnacle Pro901.