With a top print resolution of 4,800 x 1,200 dpi, ISO print speeds are rated at 8.8ipm (images per minute) for mono and 5ipm for color. Each set of inks can print up to 7,000 pages of color documents.
The L380, L385, and L485 are multi-function devices with print, scan, and copy functions. With the same print engine, print speeds are pegged at 10ipm for black and white and 5ipm for color printing.
The L605 has a top speed of 13.7ipm when printing in black and 7.3ipm when printing in color, and its inks yield up to 6,000 pages in black and 6,500 pages in color. How is it different from the pricier L655 then? We tell you.
The Epson PaperLab promises to revolutionize office recycling by securely destroying documents and turning them into office paper using a dry process.
Faster print speeds, cloud printing capabilities, improved security features, and lower cost per print are some of the headline features of the new Canon Maxify MG5470, MB5170, and iB4170.
With print speeds of 8.0 ipm in mono and 4.0 ipm in color, the Canon Pixma MG3070S also has built-in Wi-Fi support.
The Canon PIXMA G series refillable ink tank printers deliver quality prints at exceptionally low running costs. Find out what else they excel at.
A marquee feature on the WF-5621 is PrecisionCore, Epson's latest printhead technology. PrecisionCore first appeared in Epson's commercial systems, but is now being brought to desktop inkjet printers. We tell you if it's any good.
According to Epson, the P407 combines pigment inks with a MicroPiezo printhead to deliver "unprecedented print quality and creative photographic output".
The secret sauce to these printers' laser-like duty cycle and speed claims? Epson's new PrecisionCore printing technology.