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HP Photosmart C5180 All-In-One

For a network-enabled multifunction printer (MFP), the HP Photosmart C5180 All-In-One carries an attractive price of $299. It has a USB port in addition to built-in Ethernet, but unlike many other similarly priced MFPs, it doesn't have a PictBridge p...

Canon Pixma MP530

The Canon Pixma MP530's solid combination of features makes it ideal for a small office that works with documents and photos. It handles faxing, scanning, copying, and printing but lacks a few features that you might expect to find on an office-orien...

Canon Pixma iP6600D

A 3.5 inch colour LCD dominates the top of the Canon Pixma iP6600D. The display, the largest we've seen on an inkjet printer, flips upward, making it easy to preview images and navigate the menus, including options for touching up photos. A door on t...

Brother HL-5250DN

Brother has another winner on its hands with the HL-5250DN. Its low price tag and compact footprint make it a good fit for the tight budgets and crowded workspaces of many small offices. Yet this attractive monochrome laser also produces top output q...

Dell Laser Printer 1710n

The Dell Laser Printer 1710n provides networked printing for a small workgroup with surprisingly affordable running costs.

Lexmark E240n

The compact black Lexmark E240n has the same angular design as the company's E232 and E330 models. This unit adds networking through its built-in ethernet port. Like the older printers, the E240n has the same simple two-button, five-LED control panel...

HP OfficeJet 7410 All-in-One

The HP Officejet 7410 All-in-One has all the features of <href=" http://www.goodgearguide.com.au/index.php/taxid;1188229224;pid;340;pt;1">HP's Officejet 7210</a> and then adds some, making it an excellent fit for a small office.

Konica Minolta MagiColor 2450

The Konica Minolta MagiColor 2450 printer offers little to justify the extra cost over the almost identical-looking Konica Minolta MagiColor 2430DL and similar Xerox Phaser 6120n, both of which cost about quite less.

HP Colour LaserJet 2600n

The HP Color LaserJet 2600n is easy to maintain and is best suited for a small workgroup with modest demands. Lightweight at only 18.4 kilograms, the printer is also compact and should squeeze into the most cramped of workspaces.

Canon Pixma iP1600

The Canon Pixma iP1600 will appeal to anyone on a tight budget. It comes in a neat little package and is simple to use, but this no-frills printer sacrifices several features we'd expect to see even in a low-cost inkjets. Most obviously, the iP1600 l...

Lexmark P915

Like some of the more expensive models we tested, the Lexmark P915 offers media card slots and a direct-print port so you can print photos without having to turn on your PC. The card slots and a direct-print port sit behind a see-through flap that fo...

HP LaserJet 1020

If you don't print constantly and you're prepared to stash your paper supply in a drawer between uses, the $149 HP LaserJet 1020 can help you make the most of your precious home-office space.

Microsoft Digital Image Suite 2006

Organising and editing your ever-growing collection of digital photos can be a daunting prospect, but Microsoft's Digital Image Suite 2006 simplifies the process. However, users of Digital Image Suite 10 (the package's predecessor), may notice little...

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