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  1. Reflecta MemoScan review

    Reflecta MemoScan review

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    Reflecta's CMOS scanner works quickly, but is its top resolution of 3.8MP enough?

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    Canon Pixma MG5250 review

    Canon Pixma MG5250 review

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    The Canon Pixma MG5250 excels at high quality digital photo printing

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    Brother DCP-J125 review

    Brother DCP-J125 review

    7  

    Can this multi-function printer produce realistic looking prints?

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX660 review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX660 review

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    Versatility is key in the latest all-in-one inkjet printers and Epson has packed a handy range of features into its new mid-range PX660, along with impressive ease of use

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX820FWD review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX820FWD review

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    From six-ink photo printing to scanning, faxing and photocopying, complete with Ethernet and Wi-Fi connectivity, the PX820FWD ticks all the essential boxes and more besides

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    Brother MFC-J6910DW review

    Brother MFC-J6910DW review

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    Brother's top-of-the-range A3 multifunction inkjet printer adds some welcome features

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    Brother MFC-J6510DW review

    Brother MFC-J6510DW review

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    Brother's new affordable A3 printer also photocopies, scans and faxes

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    Lexmark Genesis S815 review

    Lexmark Genesis S815 review

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    Does this mould-breaking device represent a rebirth for the multifunction printer?

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    Epson Stylus SX425W review

    Epson Stylus SX425W review

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    A low-budget wireless all-in-one inkjet without the usual sting in the tail?

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    HP Photosmart eStation review

    HP Photosmart eStation review

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    HP's new range-topping all-in-one inkjet comes complete with detachable tablet

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    Kodak ESP 9250 review

    Kodak ESP 9250 review

    7  

    What price Kodak's top-of-the-range printer? At least running costs might be cheaper than you think

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    Kodak ESP 7250 review

    Kodak ESP 7250 review

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    Can Kodak's new ESP 7250 really drive down the cost of inkjet printing?

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    Brother HL-4150CDN review

    Brother HL-4150CDN review

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    It's surprising how cheap colour laser printers have become. The new Brother range starts at only £260, though this particular model is a little more expensive at £445. The Brother HL-4150CDN can be connected through USB or Ethernet, and can serve one to 10 users.

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    Advent AWP10 review

    Advent AWP10 review

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    Is this ultra-cheap multifunction printer a false economy?

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    Canon PIXMA iP4850 review

    Canon PIXMA iP4850 review

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    How much do you really need to pay for a top-of-the-range printer? If you don't need options such as Wi-Fi connectivity, faxing and self-contained photocopying, it might be less than you think.

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    Canon PIXMA MG6150 review

    Canon PIXMA MG6150 review

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    A practically perfect Wi-Fi all-in-one printer for the photo enthusiast and document monger alike

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    Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD review

    Epson Stylus Photo PX720WD review

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    A stickler for tradition, Epson's PX720WD resists the temptation of settling for five inks, as found in the likes of the Canon PIXMA MG5150 and HP Photosmart Premium C309G. So instead of getting both dye-based and pigment-based black inks as a compromise between document and photo printing, the Epson goes for the full 6-ink monty.

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    HP Photosmart Plus eAll-in-One review

    HP Photosmart Plus eAll-in-One review

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    Wi-Fi is the way to go for home printing convenience, enabling you to output documents from any desktop computers or laptops around the home. But what happens when you're stuck at the office or out on the road and you want to print something out back at home? HP's new e-All-in-One series of printers feature a crafty ePrint system, which enables you to send emails direct to the printer itself, after which it will automatically create prints from any attachments that you've added.

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    Epson BX305FW review

    Epson BX305FW review

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    Inkjet printers have a sloppy reputation for business printing. Run a highlighter pen over an important phrase of text and you're likely to end up with a smudgy mess. A few raindrops can make ink-printed envelopes almost unintelligible. Colour laser printers make a viable alternative but they tend to be big, heavy and expensive, so what's the answer? Epson bridges the gap between regular inkjet and laser printing with its resin-based DURABrite Ultra inks, which are practically dry by the time they hit the paper and are remarkably resistant to water, smudging and fading.

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