A famous philosopher once said: “I print, therefore I am.” Alright – he didn’t, but if Descartes had owned an inkjet, he’d have praised the glorious wisdom of these tips.
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Some users will be able to get by using an MFP to scan, but others will need a standalone scanner. We help you decide which camp you fall into.
If you’ve been disappointed with the results of your printed photos in the past, you might be making some mistakes which are easy to correct.
Odds are that you – or your parents – have a load of old film-based photos. Here are some tips on getting them all into digital format.
We’ve got some advice for better using your printer, including tips on fixing smeary printouts, and using the right paper for the best results.
The SP 311DNw is a bit on the slow side, but it’s a good fit as a workhorse mono laser printer in a micro or small office.
The Kodak i2800 document scanner can turn large piles of paper into digital files, and it doesn't hang around doing so.
HP has got a winner here with a monochrome laser MFP that delivers above-par text quality and unusually capable scan features.
The Dell B1165nfw boasts a full set of MFP features and is capable enough for a micro office, or for general light duty usage.
The ViewSonic PJD6235 business projector offers a 3,000-lumen brightness rating and a 1,024 x 768 native resolution.
The Officejet Pro 276dw inkjet offers speed and paper handling that's more typical of laser MFPs, along with a number of neat features.
The Phaser 6600/DN colour laser printer's strongest points are its output quality and paper handling, but it isn't all that speedy.
The imageFormula P-208 personal document scanner boasts duplexing and speedy scan times, but it's lacking on the software front.
Colour brightness, which is also known as colour light output or CLO, can tell you more about a projector than you might think.
This HP printer is a surprisingly good fit as a workhorse printer in a micro office, offering good quality text and graphics.
The i2900 is a very capable scanner which can handle stacks of pages, or indeed books, for a large workgroup or medium-sized office.
The Envy 120 is an inkjet with stylish good looks, but it's lacking on several other fronts such as speed and paper capacity.
The Xerox DocuMate 5460 scanner is a good prospect for a medium-sized office or workgroup with heavy duty scan needs.
The BenQ W1070 3D home entertainment projector is bright enough to stand up to the typical light in a living room.
The HP LaserJet Pro 200 M276nw offers lots of features for light duty print needs, but it has a very limited paper capacity.
The Dell S320wi short-throw projector delivers a reasonably good image quality, for video and particularly data usage.
The Dell B3465dnf is a great fit for heavy duty use in a small to medium-size office, but its photo print quality isn't the best.
The HP LaserJet Pro 200 M251nw laser printer offers speedy printing and good quality in terms of both text and graphics output.