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  1. HP LaserJet Pro 300 MFP M375nfw review

    HP LaserJet Pro 300 MFP M375nfw review

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    A colour laser MFP and ideal workhorse for a small business or compact workgroup. There's a good level of mobile device compatibility, too.

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    Canon PIXMA MX455 review

    Canon PIXMA MX455 review

    9  

    At only £60, this Canon multi-function printer is definitely at the value end of the printer foodchain. But does that mean you have to sacrifice quality?

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    Canon Pixma MX895 review

    Canon Pixma MX895 review

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    Canon's Pixma range of multifunction inkjets has an enviable reputation for quality, and this business-orientated all-rounder is no exception.

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    Kodak ESP 1.2 review

    Kodak ESP 1.2 review

    6  

    A Google Cloud Print-ready wireless printer, scanner and copier, but does it offer enough to beat its bigger brother, the 3.2?

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    Kodak ESP 3.2 review

    Kodak ESP 3.2 review

    7  

    Taking on ridiculously cheap competitors, the Kodak ESP 3.2 offers wireless printing, scanning and copying at an affordable cost.

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    HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 review

    HP TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 review

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    Hewlett Packard's TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 is a multifunction device with a difference. Instead of a scanner, it captures images using an 8MP digital camera located on a foldaway arm.

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    Kodak Hero 7.1 review

    Kodak Hero 7.1 review

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    One of four models in Kodak's Hero line, the Hero 7.1 prints, scans and copies, and has options for wireless printing.

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    Kodak Hero 9.1 review

    Kodak Hero 9.1 review

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    The Kodak Hero 9.1 is Google Cloud Print ready, can print from emails and also output directly from mobile devices using a free app. It offers Wi-Fi, Ethernet and USB connectivity and has a 4.3-inch touchscreen.

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    Brother DCP-J125 review

    Brother DCP-J125 review

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    Can this multi-function printer produce realistic looking prints?

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