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The four-in-one Canon PIXMA MX886 sports an all-new dual function panel, print speeds of up to 12.5 ipm (mono) and 9.3 ipm (color), and 802.11n Wi-Fi. But does it perform as well as it looks? Come on in to find out more.
The Brother MFC-J6910DW is a multifunction (print, copy, scan, fax) inkjet AIO that also handles A3 media, a rarity in the current market. So how does it perform? Hit the jump to find out.
Canon's first product launch of 2010 kicked off with a plethora of new cameras and printers at the aptly named Heaven's Loft. Aside from the usual presentations, we managed to get a personal close-up hands-on experience on each product, including the eagerly anticipated EOS 550D.
The HP Photosmart Premium C309 is a beautiful all-in-one inkjet printer that prints, copies and scans, with a 3.45-inch touch-screen LCD display built in. But is it all look and no substance, or does it hold its printing might against its closest competitors?
The Epson PictureMate PM310 combines two devices into one; a digital photo frame and a compact photo printer. In our humble opinion, it only manages to get one right, but you'll have to read on to find out which one!
The PIXMA Pro9500 Mark II is Canon's latest and top of the class professional A3-size home photo printer. We put it through our tests and find out if it measures up.
Named after the Japanese horseradish spice, we decided to see if the Dell Wasabi photo printer will be the hot portable item of the year.
The Canon Pixma MX7600 touts itself as an all-rounder, capable of great quality prints as well as copies and scans. We check to see how good it really is.
When it comes to photography, fun should always be top on the agenda and Canon does it again by injecting the joyous element into its Canon Selphy ES2 photo printer.
Despite its various drawbacks, the Nokia 6500 Classic is undeniably elegant and sleek. Considering its design and slim profile, it is relatively value for money.