These inkjet models offer something for everyone with a range of performance, price, and capabilities
Ranging from $150 to $300, these inkjets handle printing, scanning, and good old fashioned faxing at prices that almost make it seem you're getting the faxing for free. Many include CD and DVD printing, wireless networking, automatic document feeders, and automatic duplexing too. Print speed and print quality are decent across all of these models, and ink costs are generally reasonable. The Canon Pixma MG8120 and HP OfficeJet Pro 8500A Plus take the prize for best overall combination of speed, print quality, and low ink costs.
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Brother MFC-J825DW Review, by Jon L. Jacobi and Melissa Riofrio September 30, 2011
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