Canon refreshes its PIXMA printer lineup with three new models, each with new cloud integration.
The latest printers can scan, copy and fax, print double-sided and even be accessed by mobile devices from remote locations – but which one will suit your office?
This HP offering is a capable all-in-one that doesn't break the bank, but print quality is underwhelming.
Nobody gets fired for buying an HP printer and the LaserJet Pro MFP M225dw is no exception, with all the right print, scan, copy and fax options the SME needs.
Brother's entry-level A3 printer is very cheap, but it's inexpensive to run, surprisingly fast and produces excellent results on good quality paper.
Brother's flagship inkjet for small/home offices has lots of features including colour A3 printing and a low price, but that doesn't mean the running costs are ruinously expensive.
Canon's newest Pixma printer is a small device targeted to the college student and the urban home office worker. But is the reduced size worth the compromised performance?
The cheapest printer in Brother's new SOHO range might not offer stacks of features, but it's fast and very cheap to run.