For well under the cost of several similarly rated document scanners, the Xerox DocuMate 6440 scans more than fast enough for the price and it's highly accurate.
The Kodak Photo Printer Dock is a handy little dye-sublimation printer that churns out good-looking photos without a lot of fuss, and it's small enough to take with you.
If you're not in a hurry, the highly portable Apparent Doxie Q scans accurately and without a PC, although the software is somewhat antiquated.
Whether you need to scan stacks of family photos, scores of documents or business cards, or even just the occasional single sheet, there's a scanner designed for the task. Here are our best scanner shopping tips, along with our top-rated reviews.
A behemoth of a color laser all-in-one, the Xerox VersaLink C405/DN prints well, is respectably fast, and comes with a ton of features, but lower running costs would make it a better value.
Geared toward micro and home office users, the Canon Color imageClass LBP612Cdw is a moderately priced powerhouse laser, with a good feature set, solid output quality, and respectable speed.
Easier to access and use than you think, your printer driver offers a world of options that you might not even be aware of. Here's how to take your prints to the next level.
HP, trying to jumpstart its once-mighty consumer printing business, is investing in sustainable forests and making ink cartridges out of recycled plastic from Haiti.
The Atlas printer is designed to churn out parts up to one meter long, including entire engine blocks for automobiles.
The Canon ImageClass MF249dw is a mono laser all-in-one printer for a home office or micro office that provides an ample feature set, solid speed, good output quality, and a wealth of connection choices.