Multifunction printer reviews

Reviews of inkjet and laser printers with scanners, copiers and faxes

If you're running a small business or even just looking for a versatile printer for your home, buying a multifunction device means you can get rid of your bulky fax machine and scanner. We've put together a list of the newest and best all-in-one printers that we've reviewed recently.

Running a business? Look at our guide to buying a laser printer.

Need an inbuilt scanner, fax or copier? Read the multifunction printer buying guide.

Buying for your home or small business? Have a look over the inkjet printer buying guide.

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Fuji Xerox Australia DocuPrint M205b

The Fuji Xerox DocuPrint M205b is a multifunction mono LED printer that is excellent for producing large volumes of documents every month. Its paper input is a little small and the first page takes a short while to print, but otherwise it's a business printer that's built to a high standard.

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  • 31st Jan., 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Fuji Xerox Australia
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  • Pros:
  • High duty cycle and toner yield figures, low price (which includes a full toner cartridge)
  • Cons:
  • Only 150 sheets of paper input, initial page of a document prints slowly, scanner is only good for documents
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