Whether it's a replacement to your aging all-in-one (AIO) printer at home, or an upgrade to your office's laser printer, now's a good time to head down to Suntec International Convention and Exhibition Center and check out the variety of printers available at the PC Show 2012. So here's some of our picks to help you decide!
If you're looking for a small printer to be sharing the workload in your small office, then take a look at the Brother MFC-7860DW. It's a monochrome multi-function laser printer that offers a good balance of speed and features. It also comes with a duplexer and has Wi-Fi and Ethernet connections, so no problems with using it as a shared printer in the office.
The MFC-J625DW comes with built-in Wi-Fi, and sports an automatic document feeder (ADF) for easy loading of documents. It's also capable of double-sided print and copy, and sports affordable high yield ink cartridges. Prints speeds are 12ppm for monochrome documents, and 10ppm for color documents.
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Looking for a capable all-in-one (AIO) printer? Check out the PIXMA MX897; its duplex ADF makes double-sided more convenient and five individual ink tanks help save costs as you can replace them individually. The PIXMA MX897 also comes with built-in Wi-Fi and supports Apple Airprint.
Laser printers are better at printing text documents and thus are commonly found in offices. But what if you need a capable, yet small laser printer that also prints in color? Check out the imageCLASS LBP7018C which is Canon's entry level color laser printer. It's energy efficient and prints 16ppm for monochrome documents.
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