Reviews of All-in-One Printers
- Brother All-in-One Printers (12)
- Canon All-in-One Printers (13)
- Dell All-in-One Printers (1)
- Epson All-in-One Printers (19)
- HP All-in-One Printers (20)
- Kodak All-in-One Printers (9)
- Lexmark All-in-One Printers (5)
- Samsung All-in-One Printers (3)
All-in-One Printers: The Office Workhorse
When you've got a small home office, an all-in-one printer, also known as a multifunction printer (MFP), is a great buy. They can print, scan, copy, and (usually) fax. They're also reasonably priced. Here's a look at some of the best all-in-one printer buys.
Got Page Curl? You've Got Cockle
"Cockle" describes a printed page in which the ink has not yet been fully absorbed, leaving it slightly curled. Cockled pages typically will lie flat after the ink is absorbed into the paper fibers. Some printers delay between printing the front and back of duplex pages to give the ink a chance to dry, and thus avoid this problem.
Fast and Cheap, the Panasonic KX-MB1500 Is Also Bare-Bones
The Panasonic KX-MB1500 is a monochrome laser printer that offers scan and copy functions (a slightly more expensive version is available that offers a fax as well). The printer is very compact and made for small and home offices. It doesn't offer many extras but it is very inexpensive.