Multifunction printer reviews

All-in-one printers with scan, fax and copy capabilities

Both homes and businesses can benefit from buying an all-in-one or multifunction printer — you save dollars on the power of running multiple machines, as well as maintenance costs like ink or toner. We've put together a big list of all our Australian multifunction printer reviews in 2010 and 2011.

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Canon PIXMA MP280

The no-frills Canon Pixma MP280 multifunction printer may fall short on features, but its speed and print quality are as good as you'll find on pricier models.

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  • 24th Aug., 2010
  • Jon L. Jacobi and Melissa Riofrio
  • Canon
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  • Pros:
  • Low purchase price, exceptional text and image output
  • Cons:
  • Black ink is expensive, control panel can be hard to understand

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