The Canon Pixma MG5350 delivers excellent quality prints at a really rapid pace. It's not the cheapest model to run and it lacks a touchscreen, but we think its impressive performance helps to make up for these two slight failings.
The Lexmark Pro 715 is not a bad multi-function inkjet, but the problem is that it's outclassed by Epson's WP-4535DWF, which has a similar asking price, yet is much faster and a good deal cheaper to run.
Great features at a low price make the HP Deskjet 3050A a great buy for those with less demanding print needs.
Samsung's first digital photo printer is a sight to see as it runs the paper in and out of its innards. The spectacle is matched by the product, as the finished pictures look amazing. This is a printer that can be operated by anyone, and as long as you're not printing out masses of photos, it's an economical way to keep updating that photo album
The HP Photosmart 6510 produces great quality printouts and has some neat Web features, but we're not convinced there's enough on offer here to justify the price premium over the 5510 model.
With speeds up to twice as fast as the inkjet competition and print costs comparable to laser printing, the Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4535 DWF is a star buy for business users.
Great print quality and low running costs, combined with an excellent touchscreen interface and handy Web features such as cloud printing, make this model a winner.
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.
The Canon PIXMA MG7160 offers mostly speedy performance, but like most inkjets, you've got to keep a careful eye on your ink usage.
Canon's Pixma MG6150 is a slow multifunction printer, but the print quality and ease of use make it a multifunction worth waiting for.
The HP Photosmart 3310's many useful features make it a good fit for a home office.
Fuji Xerox's colour laser is relatively quiet and delivers good quality prints, but not in any kind of hurry.
Brother's enormous A3 MFC covers the SOHO basics well, but not particularly quickly.
The Epson Stylus CX5900 well worth a look for those on a tight budget.
The ESP 7 tries to leap ahead of the pack by claiming to have fast print speeds and good quality photo output. Unfortunately, it falls short in most of these areas, but it is relatively cheap to run.
The Pixma MG8150 is the costly bigger brother of the excellent MG6150, but unless you've got a burning need for slide scanning, it's difficult to justify the additional cost.
Our quibbles with the Brother MFC-9440CN pale in comparison to the many things we like about it, chiefly its sublime combination of fast speeds with high-quality output. It's currently our favorite recommendation for a small office environment.
You'll like the speed with which the dye-sub Samsung SPP-2040 delivers decent prints.