Enterprise Business Printers: 10 All-in-One Wireless Printers from HP, Lexmark, Canon
10 All-in-One Wireless Printers from HP, Lexmark, Canon
By Nathan Eddy
Lexmark Prestige Pro805 ($216.99)
This wireless all-in-one, aimed at small businesses, boasts a 4.3-inch MyTouch LCD Touchscreen with SmartSolutions Technology, which allows businesses to connect to the Web. An Eco Mode includes an energy-saving feature and automatic two-sided printing, and using the WPS (WiFi Protected Setup), users can sync a printer to a WPS-enabled router with the touch of a button.
Canon Pixma MP560 ($89.99)
This compact photo printer features Auto Photo Fix II to automatically adjust and correct photos, and built-in two-sided printing can save paper and help the environment. Dual Color Gamut Processing Technology enables copies to maintain the integrity of the original, and for businesses with scanning needs, Auto Scan Mode automatically recognizes the type of original being scanned and saves it with the appropriate settings.
Brother HL-5370DW ($159.99)
The HL-5370DW is a monochrome laser printer designed for offices or small workgroups. It offers a print speed of up to 32 pages per minute and produces output at up to 1200 by 1200 dpi resolution. The HL-5370DW also features built-in wireless and Ethernet network interfaces and automatic duplex printing for two-sided documents. It boasts flexible paper handling via its 250-sheet-capacity paper tray and 50-sheet-capacity multipurpose tray for printing custom paper sizes and letterhead.
Epson Artisan 810 ($236.95)
Designed for photo-intensive office environments, the Artisan 810 has a 7.8-inch touch panel businesses can use to view, edit and restore faded color photos or print CDs, DVDs and presentations. The printer also has an Automatic Document Feeder for quick copying, faxing and scanning of stacks of documents. The printer can even charge a cell phone, MP3 player or other portable device without tying up an additional power outlet.
Hewlett-Packard Officejet 6500 ($145.00)
Share your printer using built-in wireless and wired networking and enjoy scan and fax features with this office printer, which allows you to print up to 250 pages without reloading the paper tray. An Energy Star product, it offers automatic two-sided printing and uses less energy than LaserJet printers. Users can also save money on ink by choosing optional XL high-capacity cartridges.
Dell V313W ($99.99)
This compact printer offers print speeds of up to 33 ppm (pages per minute) in black and 30 ppm in color, has a built-in 802.11b/g wireless card and also features a Nano Bluetooth Class 2 Dongle Network Adapter (Bluetooth dongle sold separately) which may be plugged into the front USB PictBridge port to allow photos to be sent from a digital camera wirelessly.
Samsung SCX-4500W ($349.99)
This sleek, compact, Energy Star-qualified all-in-one claims to be the smallest laser MFP in the world, and boasts a quiet running noise of just 45dB, as well as having a semiauto-sliding cassette tray, a touch sensor panel and blue LED light indicators. Easily portable, the network-ready SCX-4500W has Ethernet and wireless 802.11b/g built in for wireless printing anywhere.
Canon Pixma MX860 ($119.99)
Featuring a fully integrated 35-sheet auto document feeder, Super G3 high-speed fax with enough memory to store 100 coded speed dials and up to 250 incoming pages, and various security features including password-protected PDFs, this Energy Star-qualified office printer also offers optional Bluetooth capability and print speeds of up to 41 ppm.
Epson Workforce 610 ($82.24)
This printer boasts high-performance features needed to create brochures, client-ready reports, and everyday invoices and documents, as well as the ability to produce smudge-, fade- and water-resistant prints. For the energy-conscious, Epson claims this inkjet uses up to 70 percent less power than a laser printer when printing daily jobs.
Lexmark X4550 ($178.99)
This printer can be shared wirelessly among multiple computers, and it can also be connected to a single computer via USB. It offers up to 26 ppm black and 18 ppm color printing, and can print at up to 4800 by 1200 dpi for high-quality photo prints. PrecisionSense technology detects the type of paper being used and automatically adjusts the print resolution to suit it, and OCR (Optical Character Recognition) software can scan documents into editable text.