Models in this list of multifunction inkjet printers start at around $100 and combine a printer, scanner, copier, and (sometimes) a fax machine
Inkjet printers have come a long way from their humble roots. No longer limited to black-and-white printouts of school papers and work presentations, these ubiquitous machines now offer the scanner, copier, and (at times) fax capabilities that a home office or small office will need, and some of these units even have Wi-Fi connectivity for added ease-of-use. Overall costs will vary -- the total tab for ink packets can make or break a printer -- as will each component's performance. Chances are, one of the multifunction printers in this roundup can suit your family's or office's needs. Read our reviews and pick one for yourself.
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