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  1. HP LaserJet P2015 review

    HP LaserJet P2015 review

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    The latest vogue might be for colour lasers in the office but these are usually big, noisy beasts. The new LaserJet P2015 mono printer is an exercise in space-saving simplicity.

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    HP Photosmart A618 review

    HP Photosmart A618 review

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    Compact photo printers like this Photosmart A618 are bread and butter to HP. Each year the company spends tens of millions of dollars refining its inks, optimising its nozzles and blending coatings for its photo paper

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    HP Photosmart 7450 review

    HP Photosmart 7450 review

     

    The Photosmart 7450 costs £30 more than the baby HP Deskjet, but it'smoney well spent. Apart from reduced running costs that will soon clawback the extra outlay, the Photosmart also comes with a host of extras.

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    Xerox WorkCentre 3119 review

    Xerox WorkCentre 3119 review

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    Compact simplicity is the hallmark of this new Xerox multi-function printer, starting with a set-up and installation procedure that really couldn't be any quicker or easier. But what about the rest of its tricks?

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    Lexmark P350 review

    Lexmark P350 review

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    Lexmark has an uphill struggle on its hands if it's to break the Epson, HP and Canon stranglehold on the home photo printers market. This is especially true for mini photo lab printers.

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    Oki C8600 review

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    Anyone running a small office who needs to print off A3 colour documents, or A4 documents with bleed or crop marks, will find that a laser printer offers much faster output than an inkjet...

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    Lexmark Z735 review

    Lexmark Z735 review

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    Amazingly, the Lexmark Z735 printer costs less to buy than a single inkcartridge for some other printers, at just £25. It also uses just one cartridge, which combines cyan, magenta and yellow inks, leaving blackout of the equation altogether.

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    HP Photosmart 8050 review

    HP Photosmart 8050 review

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    Way back in the 1980s, when HP introduced its first DeskJet colourthermal inkjet printer, it came up with the idea of building the printheads into the cartridges and has stuck with the format almost exclusively ever since.

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    Canon PIXMA iP6220D review

    Canon PIXMA iP6220D review

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    Unlike all Canon's previous models, this printer takes an 'HP' approach to print cartridges, using two tri-colour carts to make up its six-ink range, each cartridge having its own built-in print head.

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    Canon Selphy CP720 review

    Canon Selphy CP720 review

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    Compared with the Canon PIXMA mini 260, which is also a portable postcard printer, the CP720 is half the size and less than half the weight. However, once you add the paper tray the CP720's footprint is actually larger that the mini 260's

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    HP Photosmart 7450 review

    HP Photosmart 7450 review

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    Built around HP's acclaimed 56, 57 and 58 cartridges, the Photosmart 7450 gives you the choice of four-ink or six-ink printing, by swapping the No 56 mono cartridge for a No 58 photo cartridge

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    Epson Stylus Photo R200 review

    Epson Stylus Photo R200 review

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    The quality of budget digital cameras has advanced massively over the last couple of years and, if you're after a printer that can provide equally high quality in photo output, with a similarly budget-conscious price tag, the R200 is for you...

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    Canon PIXMA mini 260 review

    Canon PIXMA mini 260 review

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    We all know about photo inkjet printers, right? You need at least six different colours of ink to get a wide enough colour space for accurate photo reproduction. With only four inks, we almost didn't bother getting the new PIXMA mini 260 in for review

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    HP PSC 1610 All-in-One review

    HP PSC 1610 All-in-One review

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    Those lovely people at Hewlett-Packard really do make a big effort when it comes to writing driver software that works really smoothly with a Mac. Take the package that comes with the company's new budget-priced all-in-one device

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    HP Business Inkjet 1200d review

    HP Business Inkjet 1200d review

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    Although the ubiquitous photo inkjet printer is all the rage at the moment, there's still a place in many offices for colour inkjet printers such as HP's Business Inkjet 1200d

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    Kyocera Ecosys FS-920 review

    Kyocera Ecosys FS-920 review

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    Let's face it... as far as peripherals go, the mono laser comes bottomof the pile for sexiness. It's a dull and dreary beige box and theCinderella of the office

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    Konica Minolta magicolor 2430 DL review

    Konica Minolta magicolor 2430 DL review

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    The Konica Minolta magicolor 2430 DL knocks out beautiful colour images that are virtually indistinguishable from inkjet photos printed on matte papers - we never thought we'd saw the day...

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    HP Photosmart 375 review

    HP Photosmart 375 review

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    One step up from HP's entry-level printer is the HP Photosmart 375. Theink technology is identical to that used on its cheaper sibling but youdo get some useful features for your extra £50.

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    HP PhotoSmart 325 review

    HP PhotoSmart 325 review

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    When you look at the quality of prints coming out from what is athree-ink printer without a black cartridge, the 325's results areastounding. It offers great colour and good sharpness

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    HP LaserJet 1020 review

    HP LaserJet 1020 review

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    You want to be able to print colour photos so you buy an inkjet printer, but you soon realise that it's not very economical forprinting text only documents. So, you think about buying a laser printer as well, because there are quite a few cheap ones

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    HiTi 730PS review

    HiTi 730PS review

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    Okay... strictly speaking it's not a mini photo printer - it's more of a midi photo printer. Even so, the HiTi 730PS can print direct from digital camera memory cards and it does includea colour LCD screen for selecting images from.

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    Epson Stylus Photo R320 review

    Epson Stylus Photo R320 review

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    Take the printer mechanism of the Epson Stylus Photo R200 and bolt on an LCD panel and a mini colour monitor. Stir in a selection of memory card slots and the result is the Epson Stylus Photo R320

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    Canon Selphy DS700 review

    Canon Selphy DS700 review

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    As the boundaries between your home PC and home cinema continue to blur, it's hardly surprising to see new products making full use of the largest display in your house - your TV. One such example is the Canon Selphy DS700 printer

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    Canon Pixma iP8500 review

    Canon Pixma iP8500 review

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    As Canon printers go, this is the undisputed king of the A4 jungle. There are eight inks to provide a wide colour gamut: Canon's ChromaPLUS system introduces two extra colours to the regular five-colour set-upwith vivid green and red cartridges

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    Canon Pixma iP4000 review

    Canon Pixma iP4000 review

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    There's almost everything on this stylish printer except the proverbial kitchen sink, including dual paper trays, integral duplexing unit and a CD printing tray. As an all-round office/photo printer it's hard to beat

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