Editors Liked

  • Lab Tested, How We Test Printers », Bottom Line, The high ink costs make this model less economical than it should be, but at least it’s fast
  • Best in class print speeds; inexpensive; all-inclusive control panel; five separate ink cartridges
  • Fast for the price. Ethernet connector. Prints, scans, faxes, even over a network. Standalone copier and fax
  • Relatively inexpensive; Ethernet and USB connectivity; excellent interface; easy to operate; low cost per page for monochrome text printing
  • Goodlooking photo prints, Fast (at least for monochrome printing), Networking built in, Energy Star qualified, Automatic document feeder

Editors Didn't Like

  • Lab Tested, How We Test Printers »
  • No Wi-Fi or auto-duplexer; underwhelming photo quality
  • Low paper capacity. Although acceptable for most business use, text is relatively low quality, even for an ink jet
  • No Wi-Fi; no automatic duplexing function; slow photo output; noisy in draft mode
  • Slow photo printing, No LCD