PC Advisor reviews the best multifunctional scanners you can buy in the UK today.
- Reviewed on: 17 January 2011
- RRP: £193.49
If you don't mind the small input tray and lack of double-sided printing, the HP Officejet 7500A A3 inkjet multifunction printer is an excellent choice for high quality and large format document printing. It's also able to produce good quality A4 and A3 photo prints.
Read our HP Officejet 7500A review.
- Reviewed on: 28 September 2010
- RRP: £228.58
The Canon PIXMA MG8150 is full of features, and has a reasonably high price tag to match. It’s an impressive all-round multifunction device — whether you’re printing documents, photos or scanning it can produce good quality results.
Read our Canon PIXMA MG8150 review.
- Reviewed on: 2 December 2010
- RRP: £255
The HP Envy100 e-All-in-One looks better than it works, but the fashion-forward users who are likely to consider this model probably have similar priorities. You can find other cool-looking models whose inks aren't quite so pricey, however.
Read our HP Envy100 e-All-in-One review.
- Reviewed on: 16 November 2010
- RRP: £199
The Kodak ESP 9250 excels in features and economy rather than speed, and its output quality varies from outstanding to disappointing. It's best suited for a low-volume small or home office.
Read our Kodak ESP 9250 review.
- Reviewed on: 26 November 2010
- RRP: $400 (around £250 in the UK)
Lexmark certainly has something to brag about with the Lexmark Genesis, offering a game-changing design and technology that other high-end home MFPs like the Canon Pixma MG8120 and Epson Artisan 835 can't touch. We'd be more excited about the Lexmark Genesis if the inks weren't so expensive; even so, it's a very interesting and appealing MFP.
Read our Lexmark Genesis review.