Do-it-all office inkjets

Most offices shop for a laser multifunction to meet all of their document demands. But only ink-based multifunctions can juggle spreadsheets for work and print pictures for play.

For home offices or small start-ups, these models include text and photo printing, scanning, and faxing, plus they have an automatic document feeder to make stacks of photocopies. Some are a breeze to set up, but others, especially if you want to connect them to a network, take much longer. Scrapbook hobbyists should turn to a digital imaging-driven all-in-one, while high-volume business users should consider a laser multifunction to print lots of text and save on upkeep costs.

Canon Pixma MP780
Canon Pixma MP780
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The Canon Pixma MP780 is well suited for home offices or businesses small enough to get by without a networked multifunction printer.

Brother MFC-5840cn
Brother MFC-5840cn
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We love this all-in-one's low price and office-appropriate features, but we can't overlook its poor performance and dismal output quality.

HP OfficeJet 7410
HP OfficeJet 7410
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You'll get what you pay for. The 7410 provides the latest all-in-one features and functions -- for a price.

Lexmark X7170
Lexmark X7170
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The Lexmark X7170 fits a home or a small office that values good-looking photos more than speed, sharp text prints, or great scans.



































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