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Top 10 MFC Printers 2016

Multifunctional printers supply the most effective of all worlds, with the flexibility to print, scan, copy and transmit documents and pictures. whether or not you wish one for your home or workplace, one amongst the models from our comprehensive choice is certain to be ideal for your needs.


#10.Brother WorkSmart MFC-J880DW Compact All-in-One Inkjet Printer


- Easy-to-setup wireless and wired (Ethernet) printing
- Print from your smartphone or tablet using AirPrint(TM), Google Cloud Print(TM), Brother iPrint&Scan* and NFC "touch to connect"*
- Automatic document feeder and duplex (2-sided) printing
- 2 year limited warranty and free phone support for the life of the product

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#9.Canon imageCLASS MF227dw Black and White Multifunction Laser Printer


- Print from the comfort of your own iPhone or iPad with Apple Airprint
- Print and Copy at the same speed of up to 28 ppm
- Streamline workflow with 4in1 functionality Print, Copy, Scan and Fax
- 250sheet front loading cassette plus a single sheet multipurpose tray
- Customizable 6line blackandwhite touch panel LCD

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#8.Brother MFC-J6925DW Spend Less for More Pages with INKvestment Cartridges


- Save With Super High Yield Inks. (Approx. 2400 Pages)
- High Yield Inks result in super low printing costs and reduced cost per page
- 500 Sheet Dual Paper Tray Total Capacity and 35 Sheet ADF Capacity Up To 11"x17"
- Single Pass Duplex Scan/Copy and Automatic Duplex Printing
- 2 Year Limited Warranty With Free Phone Support For The Life Of The Product

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#7.HP OfficeJet Pro 8630 Wireless All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer (A7F66A)


- Main functions of this HP color inkjet printer: copy, scan, fax, wireless printing, two-sided duplex printing, and more
- Mobile printing: print from anywhere using your smartphone or tablet with the free HP ePrint app, easily print from your iPhone or iPad with AirPrint, print even without a network using Wireless Direct printing
- Print professional color for up to 50% lower cost per page than lasers with an e-all-in-one engineered for business printing. Cruise through high-volume - printing tasks and help keep business moving with convenient mobile printing features.
- Paper sizes supported: Letter; Legal; Government Legal; Executive; Statement; 3 x 5 in; 4 x 6 in; 5 x 7 in; 13 x 18 cm; 8 x 10 in; 10 x 15 cm; L; Photo 2L; Envelope( #10, Monarch, 5.5bar); Card (3 x 5 in, 4 x 6 in, 5 x 8 in)
- Compatible operating systems: Windows 10, Windows 8.1, Windows 8, Windows 7, Windows Vista, Windows XP (SP3) or higher (32-bit only): Supports - 32-bit only; Mac OS X v10.6, v10.7, v10.8 or v10.9; Linux

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#6.Canon Office Products MF628Cw imageCLASS Wireless Color Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax


- Seamlessly navigate through all the features with the 7-line
- Color touch-panel LCD
- Print in both color and black and white at up to 14 pages per minute

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#5.Brother Printer MFC7860DW Wireless Monochrome Printer with Scanner, Copier & Fax


- Print and copy up to 27ppm
- Built-in wireless and Ethernet network interfaces
- Automatic duplex for producing two-sided output
- 35-page capacity auto document feeder
- Adjustable, 250-sheet capacity paper tray, plus manual feed slot

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#4.Canon MG7720 Wireless All-In-One Printer with Scanner and Copier: Mobile and Tablet Printing, with Airprint(TM) and Google Cloud Print compatible, Gold


- Quick and Easy Wireless Setup
- Mobile Device Printing: Easily print from your iPhone, iPad, Android or tablet
- Powerful Printing options: Air print, Google Cloud Print, NFC, Mopria, Canon PRINT app and more
- CD/ DVD Printing: Enjoy the ability to create CD or DVD labels
- Print with a touch from NFC-enabled mobile devices

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#3.Brother MFC-9460CDN All-In-One Color Photo Printer With Scanner, Copier & Fax (Certified Refurbished)


- This Certified Refurbished product is manufacturer refurbished, shows limited or no wear, and includes all original accessories plus a 90-day warranty
- Automatic duplex (2-sided) printing
- Print and copy at up to 25ppm - Up to 2400 x 600 dpi resolution
- USB Direct Interface
- High-yield replacement toner cartridges available

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#2.Epson WorkForce ET-4550 EcoTank Wireless Color All-in-One Supertank Printer with Fax


- Loaded and ready - comes with up to 2 years of ink in the box(1)
- Includes ink to print up to 11,000 black/8500 color pages(2)
- Ink equivalent to about 50 ink cartridge sets(3)
- Ultra low-cost replacement ink bottles - and easily refillable ink tanks
(1) Based on average monthly print volumes of about 150 pages.
(2) Yields based on the ISO/IEC 24712 pattern with Epson's methodology. Actual ink yields will vary considerably for reasons including images printed, print settings, temperature and humidity. Yields may be lower when printing infrequently or predominantly with one ink color. All ink colors are used for printing and printer maintenance, and all colors must be available for printing. For more information, visit epson.com/cartridgeinfo.
(3) About 50 cartridge sets estimate based on print yields of the included Black and color ink bottles as compared to standard-capacity ink cartridge sets for similarly-featured cartridge printers as of March 2015.

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#1.Brother Printer MFC-L8850CDW Wireless Color Laser Printer with Scanner, Copier and Fax


- Fast color and black printing up to 32 ppm
- Automatic two sided printing plus single pass duplex copy/scan
- Easy to install on your wired or wireless network or print locally via USB from your computer
- 4.85" color Touchscreen display with Web Connect

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An Office At Home

When I was in elementary school there was one enormous, ominous copy machine in the administrative office of the building, just outside the principal's office. Now, I'm not admitting to having spent a lot of time waiting outside the principal's office or anything, but let's just say that I came to associate that machine with a certain sense of dread. It stood there, with its bleak, colorless LCD and its beige everything else, mocking me.

Thankfully, the technology that goes into those things has gotten a little smaller and a little more welcoming over the years. And, also, I got on really good terms with the vice principal, and she handled me kindly after that.

In those days, which for the purpose of confusing my biographers I will not specify, copiers were just copiers. They served no special function beyond duplication. They hadn't even integrated the fax machine.

What you should expect to find in a multi-function printer today is pretty varied, but the quality of the unit will be measured by the clarity and contrast of its prints and by the sharpness of its scanning.

Dots Per Inch, or DPI, will have a lot to do with the clarity of that print, but it's just as important to know that you're feeding your printer files of a high enough resolution to make use of the printer's powers. The old standard baseline for DPI was 300, and all of the printers in our lineup far exceed that.

When you get your unit home, check out the scanner function. It's safe enough to go ahead and hit scan, then watch as the scan head drags a fluorescent light slowly and repetitively across the scanning surface. Basically, that's just the light source. When I was a kid I thought that somehow the light itself did the scanning and that the light was powerful enough to blind you. Sometimes, I think I wasn't that smart of a kid.

The light from your scan head reflects off of a series of mirrors and onto a basic CCD sensor like you might have found in early consumer digital cameras. The quality of that sensor and the cleanliness of the mirrors and your glass scanning surface can all affect the clarity of your scans. I can't tell you how many times I've seen a smudgy scan become clear after wiping the fingerprints off of the glass bed.

Which Tool's For You?


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It's a given that the main reason you're looking into these printers is to print. I don't know what you want to print, but I know printing is going to be the primary function of whatever unit you eventually take home.

What does that mean about your other options? Some of these printers do everything but make you a cappuccino, though I have a feeling something like that exists.

If this is a purchase for home use, you're almost guaranteed to employ the scanning and copying functions, whether you're preserving old photographs or copying documents during tax season.

The real standout function that you may or may not use is the fax machine. I've got to be honest; I had a fax machine on my printer for years without using it much, and as soon as I got a printer without one, I needed to send a dozen faxes. I suppose that's some kind of karmic retribution for my lack of faith. DMVs, tax aides, and a handful of other people and organizations you might encounter only once a year still demand faxed information.

I guess they don't realize it's just as easy to fake a document via fax as it is via email, and that facsimile security across LAN lines is subject to just as much, if not more, security risk.

At this point, if you still have a phone line in your home–and I assume you still would in an office–, it's probably a good idea to have the fax capability. Even if you only use it once a year and never again after a few runs, that time saved scrambling your way to the nearest FedEx store will be worth every penny.

Copying And Printing Have Always Gone Hand In Hand


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The development of printing the way we think of it today (and not so much the printing presses that revolutionized literature and news media) started in the 1930s with the original concept for what would become the Xerox machine.

It took a solid 30 years for that invention to catch on, though, and by that time computing powers were edging closer and closer to the smaller machines that would enter people's homes less than 20 years later.

We had a computer and printer in my house when I was four or five, and with it came a printer much like the one you see pictured. That was the old dot-matrix printer, which is still used widely today in retail and on the set of Halt and Catch Fire.

Meanwhile, the fax machine was being developed from its roots in radio and telegraph transmission for use along phone lines to transmit newspaper quality images between Cleveland and New York City.

It wasn't until around 2000 that companies started experimenting with combination machines that could copy and fax, or scan and copy, etc.

Although the fax element may be on its way out, some multi-function units are becoming network hubs for office communications, and time will tell what other innovations make their way into the bodies of these reliable machines.

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