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.

Not sure what automatic duplex, Wi-Fi sharing or a waste cartridge is? Check out our guide to understanding printer specifications.

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HP Officejet 7500A

If you don't mind the small input tray and lack of double-sided printing, HP's Officejet 7500A A3 inkjet multifunction printer is an excellent choice for high quality and large format document printing. It's also able to produce good quality A4 and A3 photo prints.

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  • 17th Jan., 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • HP
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  • Pros:
  • Fast draft printing, good photo quality for A4 and A3 prints, fast and simple operation, low running costs when using XL cartridges
  • Cons:
  • No automatic duplexing, only 150 sheet input capacity

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