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1st Place: Kodak ESP 3250With a huge TV campaign extolling low print costs, it’s hard not to notice Kodak’s range of all-in-one printers. The ESP 3250 stands out because its purchase price is also low. If TCO is as important to you as good print quality on plain and photo papers, this is an excellent choice.
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2nd Place: Canon i-SENSYS LBP3010This is a cheap laser printer for personal correspondence, which does what it says on the box. Some neat design features separate it from the crowd, but its print quality and relatively low running costs are what really make the difference.
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3rd Place: HP Officejet J4500 WirelessA SOHO all-in-one for under £100 with an Automatic Document Feeder for multi-page documents and fax facilities for quick document transfer is good value on any list. This printer also includes the simplicity of a wireless connection, making it an easy winner.
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