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- Page 2 Inkjet – HP Deskjet 1510
- Page 3 Inkjet – Epson WorkForce WF-7110DTW
- Page 4 Inkjet – Canon MAXIFY MB2050
- Page 5 Laser – Kyocera FS-2100DN
- Page 6 InkJet – Epson EcoTank ET-3600
- Page 7 Laser – HP Color LaserJet Pro M252dw
- Page 8 Laser – Dell S2810dn
- Page 9 Inkjet – Epson Stylus Photo R3000
- Page 10 InkJet – Brother MFC-J4620DW
- Page 11 Inkjet – HP Officejet Pro X476dw
- Fast for an inkjet printer
- High-capacity cartridges
- Wi-Fi printing and scanning
This all-in-one inkjet is aimed at replacing entry-level laser all-in-ones, thanks to its high print speed. With its inkjet print engine it can then also offer good-quality colour images, all for just £80.
A couple of downsides are the lack of a single-feed tray for printing occasional, odd paper types. Instead, you’ll have to swap out all the paper and reconfigure the printer each time. Also, it can’t print borderless photos.
Nonetheless, with print speeds of between 12.5ppm and 13.5ppm for mono and 6ppm for colour, it’s clearly a step above entry-level inkjets and close to entry-level laser models. What’s more, print costs are only 1.7p for mono print and 3.7p for colour.
At time of review the Canon MAXIFY MB2050 was available for £80.