A good value multifunction device for the small/home office.
The latest and highest-spec multifunction device from Lexmark.
A tiny portable printer that almost fits in your pocket.
The compact design and adequate performance of the SCX-1000s make it a competent all-in-one solution for the home office.
Does the Stylus Photo 870 achieve the ultimate in print quality?
The Deskjet 840C incorporates PhotoREt II, ColourSmart III, and both USB and parallel connectivity, so you'd be forgiven for thinking the £99 price tag was a misprint.
Compact high-quality printing and it's quick as well - it's hard to believe that Hewlett-Pachard has packed all this in at such a reasonable price.
Designed primarily for users who often need to print high quality images, we see how far the new HP 950C takes consumer printing forward in terms of quality and speed.
If you need to print reports on the move, you'll want a printer that's light, compact and easy to use.
Designed for the digital camera owner, the PhotoSmart is a fully loaded inkjet printer that will print your pictures direct from the camera.
A solid-ink, colour, business printer that produces stunning images and turns out pages at a satisfyingly fast speed.
An inkjet printer that can print on sheets larger than A4? A rare beast indeed and therefore worthy of closer inspection.
Finally - an inkjet printer that is fast enough, good enough and savvy enough to be used as a network printer. The new 970CXi has everything that a small business could want, including the ability to print on both sides of the paper.
If you are in the market for a serious business printer, you could do worse than the Lexmark Optra T614n, a 25ppm workhorse. It may look like a wheely bin when complete with all its paper trays, but it has a whopping paper input capacity and a range of...
If you want excellent text reproduction at high speeds, a laser printer still fits the bill. We put this 12ppm laser printer from Samsung through its paces and find it a lovely little mover.
Inkjet Printers are now so cheap that no PC should be without one. Budget inkjets can be had for as little as £100, by spending a bit more you can get yourself a very decent printer, as the Lexmark Z31 proves.
If you ever find yourself needing to print something while you're out and about, carrying your average inkjet around could prove awkward. But how about a printer that fits into your pocket?
A low-end printer that boasts top resolution but fails to deliver on quality.