Best multifunction printers

The best multifunction printers on the Australian market

If you're running a home office or small business you'll need a multifunction printer, for scanning documents, copying print-outs or sending an occasional fax. We've compiled a list of our favourite multifunction printers — both inkjet and laser — at all price points.

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Kyocera Mita FS-C8025MFP

For any small or medium business that needs high-volume A3 printing and multifunction capabilities, the Kyocera Mita FS-C8025MFP is suitably packed with features. We doubt any organisation smaller than enterprise level will use all its features, but this means the printer is versatile enough for changing business needs. It's expensive, but the Kyocera Mita FS-C8025MFP justifies its price tag.

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  • 21st March, 2011
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Kyocera Mita
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  • Pros:
  • Suitable for almost any office size, fast and simple operation
  • Cons:
  • The initial price is high for small businesses

Comments

meg

1

Can this printer digitalise 35 mm slides

GreyP

2

I found a great place for discount toners for multifunctional printers. Here it's called toner store http://www.tonerstore.com

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