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$446.49 list($799.99)
1. Brother MFC-8840D Laser Multifunction
$360.99 list($649.99)
2. Brother MFC-8440 Laser Multifunction
$249.00 list($449.99)
3. Canon PC940 Personal Copier
Too low to display list($419.99)
4. HP LaserJet 3020 All-in-One
$664.04 list()
5. Canon ImageCLASS D880 Laser Printer,
$199.99 list()
6. Brother IntelliFAX 2820 Laser
$284.99 $284.88 list($299.99)
7. Brother MFC-8220 Laser Multifunction
$382.84 $275.88 list($499.99)
8. Sharp AL-1631 Digital Laser Copier
$199.99 $199.95 list()
9. Brother DCP-7020 Monochrome Laser
$145.00 list($369.00)
10. HP OfficeJet 6110 All-in-One Multifunction
$299.99 list($169.99)
11. Epson Stylus CX5400 All-in-One
$144.39 $139.99 list($345.00)
12. Canon PC150 Personal Copier
$75.99 $42.80 list()
13. Sharp UXB20 Inkjet Fax Machine
$572.99 $529.50 list($1,195.00)
14. Canon ImageCLASS D860 Laser Printer
$249.99 $248.98
15. Canon PC430 Personal Copier
16. Stylus CX6400 All-in-One Color
Too low to display $329.99 list($599.99)
17. Brother DCP-8040 Digital Copier,
Too low to display $207.00 list($480.00)
18. HP Officejet7110 All-in-One Multifunction
19. HP PSC 1210 Multifunction
Too low to display $435.99 list($749.99)
20. Brother DCP-8045D Digital Copier,

1. Brother MFC-8840D Laser Multifunction
by Brother Printer
list price: $799.99
our price: $446.49
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Asin: B0001ZJRTY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 2380
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

All in One Solution that Will Suit Most Medium to Large Office Needs The Brother MFC-840D multi function laser printer will suit most medium to large office needs. With the ability to print, copy, scan, an fax this unit is your all in one solution. The high resolution if this unit insures crisp clear prints every time. ... Read more


  • Parallel and USB interfaces, PC and Mac compatible
  • Printer, copier, scanner, fax, and PC fax
  • Up to 21 ppm print and copy speed; up to 2,400 x 600 print resolution
  • Automatic duplexing; reduce/enlarge 25% to 400%
  • Fax forward/paging, 40 one-touch memory locations

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars Well Worth The Money
I purchased the MFC-8840D because my job requires me to print forms for customers then scan them back into the computer as PDF files for electronic submission.I also do a small amount of copying.The MFC-8840D seemed like a good solution.I've had good luck with Brother products in the past and their software has always been reliable and kept up to date.I saw a similar model from Brother at a local office and was very impressed.

I had no trouble getting the unit up and running under Windows XP using the supplied setup instructions.I also had no problem getting printing and scanning running on Linux (Fedora Core 2) using the instructions from

This unit is very easy to use.The front panel controls as well as the software are very straight forward.

I was also able to share the printer portion of the MFC over my network without any problems.The N model or optional network adapter is not required for this.

The bottom line, good quality, extremely easy to use and setup, works great, good software, Windows & Linux support.

5-0 out of 5 stars Does What it Promises...and Very Well...recommended
This the third Brother laser printer I've purchased in the past seven years. This machine was a logical first choice based on my good experience with this brand. I've had this one for about four months and have put it to heavy use. Simply put, this machine does exactly what it promises and without any glitch. I used it with both my Mac and Windows XP PC at home; the software integrates well. Four other positives are worth mentioning: (1) the toner refills are inexpensive ($60 for the 7,000 page version), (2) they can be reliably refilled once each with the toner refill kits off of ebay ($12-16 each; not a messy process), (3) mine's not as loud as another reviewer's unit seemed to be (or maybe I'm used to the level of noise from Brother printers;), (4) The duplexing works very reliably (not a single jam since I bought this unit). Highly recommended.

3-0 out of 5 stars Good, but some small issues
Pros:For $450, getting a fax + copier + scanner + duplex laser printer is a pretty good deal. I considered buying higher quality printer, scanner and fax-modem components separately and then using my computer to integrate them, but there is something to be said for "press-a-button" copying and faxing that just works. I've found a lot of unexpected uses for the copy machine - no longer need to tote the whole textbook; just copy the chapter I plan to read, etc.The N-in-1 feature is useful - you can fit many textbook pages onto a single sheet.The printer is completely quiet when idle, though it takes a few minutes to fan down after printing something.

Cons:My biggest requirement in a printer was built-in duplex (double-sided printing). I couldn't find another laser duplex multifunction device for under $1000. (For those deciding, if black & white text print quality matters to you, do NOT buy an ink jet - or at least do a careful side-by-side print comparison. Laser is much better.) Anyway, I was pretty mad to find out that this printer only supports printing at 600 DPI duplex. There was absolutely no mention of this in the specs. There is a noticeable quality difference between 600 and the HQ1200 mode. Lots of jaggies in 600 dpi - almost looks like my old deskjet, though slightly better. It's still suitable for documents you'll just read over once. The other con is that this printer is darned ugly. When photocopying a textbook it is almost impossible not to accidentally press at least 10 of the over 50 buttons littering the front panel.It would have been nice if the cover was removable - I have had trouble scanning some textbooks that really aren't that large.My experience with Brother customer service was pretty bad - I had to literally wait 45 minutes on hold to speak to someone about the duplex issue.

5-0 out of 5 stars A Slick Machine....
After much research and some looking and testing, decided to go for this Brother machine based on reviews and my other good experiences with Brother equipment.Bought this at Costco for somewhere around $375.Set up was a breeze -- less than 30 minutes, and no problems with XP Pro.Networked it to my colleagues without problems.Works like a champ.Faxing is a breeze and sheet feeder is fast and well-designed.Copying is also slick.Printing has been fast with sharp text.Have not needed to scan anything yet.Toner save is a real plus for us b/c of the volume of faxes, copies, etc. that come through every day.Making command changes is a snap and pretty much intuitive.I thought the manual was very clearly written, and it's easy to find command changes you want.The size of the thing is a little intimidating -- I think it frightened away our other little inkjet, but I'm perfectly happy with it -- in fact, I think we got a steal on this thing.If you're looking for a sturdy, reliable, quick, 4-in-1 laser, take a look at this one.I think Brother has pretty much won me over -- I still have HP's, Epsons, and Canon printers around, but Brother is making some darn good quality stuff these days.I know there are a ton of 4-in-1 machines out there and prices are dropping quickly, but give this one a shot as you're looking around.I'm sure glad I got me a Brother.

4-0 out of 5 stars Worthy of serious consideration!!
65% of its use is as a copier, 20% as a printer and 15% as a fax machine. So far, it has perfomed as I expected. We have 3 Brother laserprinters in the office.Brother has always proven to be an excellent workhorse and this is no exception.Also, Brother provides great tech support for both Windows and Mac systems.I have no loyalty to Brother.But as long as their products have proven themselves, they stay near the top of my list.

Software installed without any problems on both Windows XP Pro and OS X.Haven't used the scanning abilities and I doubt we will (so I can't comment on its capabilities).But as a copier, fax and printer, it has worked great. The ADF is a pleasure (no jams after 3,000+ copies) and the copier itself is fast. This copier DOES have a page counter, but it can't be reset.So if you have an unknown amount of papers to put in the ADF and need 20 sets, you can determine the amount of copies made.

Toner life is an expected 6,700 pages and I suspect we'll get close to 6,300 before needing replacement (always seem to get 5% less then the expectd yield on text imaging). The unit did come with a smaller yielding toner cartridge (3,500 impressions), but we had the higher yielding in the office and used that first.

If there is one thing I wasn't expecting is the noise it makes.Not that it is any louder then the Canon 780 in our other office. Having various Brother printers throughout the office, this unit is a bit louder then I expected.Also, it is built well, but not as solid as the Canon 780.But comparing the two is like comparing a Buick to a Cadillac.Both good and reliable cars, just one make is slightly better constructed then the other. All in all, this is a great unit and worthy of serious consideration. ... Read more

2. Brother MFC-8440 Laser Multifunction
by Brother Printer
list price: $649.99
our price: $360.99
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Asin: B0001ZRMZU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 1563
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The MFC-8440 is a 5-in-1 flatbed laser multi-function center combining performance, connectivity, and reliability. The MFC-8440 is a full-feature fax, and an up to 21ppm, laser printer, which prints at up to 2400 x 600 dpi (HQ1200). An up to 21cpm, legal-size digital copier and a 9600x9600 dpi (interpolated) resolution color flatbed scanner. You can copy objects such as books and magazines, or make reduction and enlargement from 25-400%.

Also included is PC Fax capability, allowing you to send and receive faxes directly from your PC. An optional second paper tray and optional network capability makes this an optimum solution for your business. Both USB and parallel ports are standard, so the MFC-8440 can work with Windows® and Mac® applications effortlessly.

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  • Parallel and USB interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, scans, and faxes
  • Up to 21 ppm print speed; up to 2,400 x 600 dpi print resolution
  • Up to 21 cpm copy speed; reduce/enlarge 25% to 400%
  • Fax forward/paging, up to 390 broadcast locations

Reviews (11)

5-0 out of 5 stars High quality and stellar performance.
First, let me say, this machine is more than I needed. I do mostly copy work but it's difficult to find a plain old copier anymore. The 8440 makes beautiful copies, although not in color, but I knew that when I bought it. Although I don't use it, the FAX function on this machine appears to be very comprehensive and can do just about anything when it comes to sending and receiving faxes. After installing the machine and its software, AOL changed my dial-up connection from my computer modem to the 8440 FAX machine. But I changed it back and have had no more problems. There has been some question about its scanning quality, so I scanned a couple documents and they would certainly have met my needs, but I didn't scan any photos. As a laser printer, its text and graphics output are excellent.

It has a 50 sheet Automatic Document Feeder (ADF) which can be used for faxes or document copying. The scanning glass can also be used for document copying. It has a 250 sheet paper feeder and a single sheet paper feeder. Both can handle all sizes of paper and envelopes. A second 250 sheet paper feeder is available as an option.

There are an endless number of menus that can be programmed, so you will need to spend some time with the owner's manual which is very thorough and easy to follow.

If you don't need color printing, color copying or duplex printing this is a great machine. I would highly recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Machine for a Mac Home Office
This is a fast, high quality, printer, scanner, fax, copier.This machine supports my Mac well, handles heavy workloads, plays well with various software, etc.I added a second paper tray ($200) so that I could print on copy paper or bond without messing with the trays, maxed out the RAM ($40) to speed things up and improve the multiple copies function of the copier, and selected "Print as Image" in the advanced printing options, which finesses Acrobat issues.This is the peripheral for you (although you'll still want an inkjet printer to print photos).The printer seems slightly slower in Word than the HL-1470M printer it replaced, which is pretty fast.It prints Acrobat documents very fast with the added RAM.The manual printer feeder handles envelopes, thick paper, whatever.The copier is very fast and tends to correct exposure problems on its own.The scanner is very fast.The fax machine works very well.The feeder for the copier, scanner and fax works well.At a street price of less than $400, this is an outstanding value!

5-0 out of 5 stars Good one!
I bought the printer from Amazon. So far, so good! Had some problem printing PDF's. The print out was smudged. Setting the option "Print as image" to true(in advanced options) solved the problem.

Print outs even with Toner Save mode ON are great. Scanning documents using Document feeder is very convinient and easy.

5-0 out of 5 stars Regarding intial toner life.
1. Phenomenal value for the money. Bought mine for $375 at However, Costco is currently selling for $359 with an Instant $20 rebate and $40 Brother Mail In rebate.

2. I called Brother... apparently "shipped" or out-of-the-box toner is a "sample" catridge. Good for 20% of full-toner catridge, which equals ~20%.

4-0 out of 5 stars Buena maquina con algunos problemas
Nosotros estabamos buscando una máquina multifuncional para atender aproximadamente 8 usuarios, y esta unidad nos pareció aceptable. Una vez la tuvimos con nosotros encontramos que:
1.- Es sumamente compleja de instalar en redes donde el sistema operativo no es uno solo. Es decir en nuestra pequeña empresa tenemos win Xp y win 98. Fue muy trabajoso el lograr ponerla en punto. Ademas las instrucciones y soporte escrito o en CD son muy pobres.
2.- Tiene un problema serio de JAM PAPER, al punto que hemos tenido que habilitar la salida directa trasera para evitar problemas constantemente.
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3. Canon PC940 Personal Copier
by Canon
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B00005NNC7
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 5388
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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The newest addition to Canon's PC900 series of personal copiers, the PC940 is markedly compact and offers all the features you'd expect from a much larger (and more expensive) machine. Operating at a speedy 13 copies per minute (11 per minute if you're using legal-size paper), the PC940 boasts Canon's Single Cartridge System, which combines toner, development unit, and drum into one easily replaceable module that yields 4,000 copies.

Canon's RAPID fusing system means that the PC940 warms up almost instantly, so there's no waiting for the first copy. Automatic and manual exposure controls help you get your prints just right, and you can also enlarge or reduce your prints anywhere from 71 percent to 141 percent of original size.

The PC940 copies single sheets, books, or any 3-D object up to 4.4 lbs, and can handle sizes up to 8.5 by 14 inches. It comes with a 250-sheet paper cassette and can make 100 copies at a time. The PC940 is backed by a three-year limited warranty with onsite service the first year. ... Read more


  • Copying solution for home or small business
  • Up to 13 copies per minute
  • 250-sheet paper cassette
  • No warm-up time, fast, high-quality copies
  • Yields approximately 4,000 copies per cartridge

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars goes through toner like there's no tomorrow
we use this copier in a dental office 3 days a week and with normal usage it goes through $132 cartridges of toner in about 45 days-even when it is on it's "toner saver" setting. that's a lot of toner and money.spend a little more on your copier, because what little you save at first, you end up spending over and over and over again every 45 days.

4-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful piece of equipment!
I teach English in a small school and was often frustrated by turn-around time to get copies.Often a class would need clarification, which could be easily obtained by throwing an overhead up on the screen or discussing some extra review sheets.I am able to run overhead sheets easily through this copier, make a fast copy of a note home to a parent, or use it for a variety of jobs.Yes, the cost came out of my pocket, and yes, it is worth every penny. My copier is one year old, and I am purchasing my third toner cartridge.

5-0 out of 5 stars Solid Performance
I've had this copier for nine months now (a previous Canon copier had given us ten years of good service) and am thoroughly pleased with it. It has no warm-up time at all, the paper tray is ample and you can use a side slot to get a quick copy on a different coloror type of paper if you want. It's quick, makes multiple copies, you can increase/decrease the image size, and it has very intuitive controls. Fairly quiet and fast as well. Quite a good buy, really.

5-0 out of 5 stars A good little copier
We use this in a fairly busy one physician doctors office and we have found it to be dependable. It's fairly quiet, and gives us good quality copies.
What more can you ask. Another good thing about this one is, there a good quality generic toner cartridges available on the web. That really is a plus when your doing a lot of copies per month, like we are.

2-0 out of 5 stars I would buy something else
My office recently purchased this copy machine.After 2 months of use the paper started to jam every other copy.When I called for service I got a HUGE run around and finally took it back to the store where it was purchased.They helped me figure out the problem and showed me how to "fix" it.It is a very temporary solution and I have to "fix" it every 3rd time I use the copier.For the money I spent, I would buy something else! ... Read more

4. HP LaserJet 3020 All-in-One
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $419.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001M3UY0
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 10738
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Equally at home in Windows and Mac operating environments, the HP LaserJet 3020 All-in-One offers a sophisticated yet hassle-free solution for black-and-white printing and copying and color scanning. Featuring a well-thought-out compact design, the unit offers versatile media handling, single-cartridge operation, and power saving modes for low operating costs, plus a generous 7,000-page monthly duty rating for busy offices.

Print features include first page out in just 10 seconds and up to 15 ppm printing at 1,200 dpi effective resolution. Copies are achieved at the same speed and resolution as printing, with only a 12-second wait for first page out. Copy features include adjustable contrast, options for reduction and enlargement (from 25 to 400%), and the ability to produce up to 99 copies at one time. Color scanning resolution ranges up to 9,600 dpi enhanced (600 dpi optical) in full 24-bit color. A legal-sized glass surface permits easy flatbed scanning and copying, and also allows for sheet-fed scanning and copying using the built-in ADF. The ADF can hold up to 50-sheets, perfect for multi-page documents.

The HP 3020 offers a simple and intuitive user interface with an alphanumeric keypad, plus controls for copy, scan, menu, and job cancel. It has both USB 2.0 and parallel connectivity, features a powerful 240 MHz processor, and comes with 32 MB RAM. It's Energy Star certified and requires only a single easy-to-replace print cartridge that yields an estimated 2,000 pages. The unit is backed by a one-year warranty on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP LaserJet 3020 All-in-One, print/toner cartridge, power cord, Getting Started Guide, support flyer, device software and electronic User's Guide on CD-ROM, 150-sheet media input tray, automatic document feeder (ADF), output bin support, device control panel cover; printer cable not included ... Read more


  • USB and parallel interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Laser printing, flatbed copying, and color scanning
  • 50-sheet ADF for multi-page copying and scanning
  • 32 MB RAM; powerful 240 MHz processor
  • Versatile paper handling; 7,000-page monthly duty cycle

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars This is not an ALL IN ONE
I actually sent the machine back and am glad I did.Check out the Xerox DocuMate 250 which I bought instead.This machine may be wonderful, but you have to read before you buy.I skimmed over the tech data and got confused.The 3020 is NOT all in one.It is two of the three.The 3030 has the fax capabilities.The 3020 has only the printer and scanner.I pass this on, so you won't have to go through the inconvenience of returning it, because you can't carry this machine back to Office Depot.They won't accept it.Tech Depot is a separate company, though both of the same parent. ... Read more

5. Canon ImageCLASS D880 Laser Printer, Copier, Fax
by Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)

our price: $664.04
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Asin: B0002UM0FG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Computer Systems, Inc. (CCSI)
Sales Rank: 14707
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Product Description

Built for business, the imageCLASS D880 is a powerful device designed to produce high quality laser output for busy small offices.Equipped with Canon's Single Cartridge System, the unit is virtually maintenance-free. Just put in the cartridge, make the proper connections, and you are ready to copy, print and receive faxes.For copying, use the platen glass for single page originals or the 30-sheet Automatic Document Feeder for multi-page originals. Program the quantity needed and you're done. Multi-page documents will be collated in the output tray. You will have a large supply of paper using the 500-sheet paper cassette and the 100-sheet multipurpose tray to draw from. The multipurpose tray can accommodate a variety of sizes and types of paper stock. The imageCLASS D880 copies at 18 copies-per-minute (cpm) for letter-size documents. Using Canon's Advanced Printing Technology (CAPT), the imageCLASS D880 also prints with high-quality laser resolution of 2400 x 600 dpi at up to 16 pages-per-minute (ppm) for letter-size prints.Fax and receive documents with ease. Documents will transmit with Super G3 (33.6 Kbps) modem speed, which keeps phone line costs down. With a host of convenient features like 12 Speed Dials, 100 Coded Dials, 255-page memory backup and print in order, faxing will be simple and effortless. ... Read more


  • USB and parallel interfaces; PC compatible; 3-year warranty
  • Copies, prints, and faxes with laser-sharp quality
  • Up to 16 ppm print speed; up to 2,400 dpi resolution
  • Copies up to 18 cpm; platen glass for copying convenience
  • Fax up to 33.6 Kbps with Super G3 speed

6. Brother IntelliFAX 2820 Laser Fax Machine and Printer
by Brother

our price: $199.99
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Asin: B000816CE4
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother
Sales Rank: 7853
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Product Description



  • Monochrome laser fax with 14.4 Kbps modem
  • 20-page auto document feeder, 250-sheet input capacity
  • 8 MB memory stores up to 500 pages
  • 220-station auto dialing memory, broadcast up to 270 locations
  • USB 2.0 interface for future printing, supports optional drivers

7. Brother MFC-8220 Laser Multifunction Center
by Brother Printer
list price: $299.99
our price: $284.99
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Asin: B0001JSSKE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 3923
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The MFC-8220 is a 5-in-1 Laser Multi-Function Center® machine that truly outperforms any other laser sheetfed all-in-one product in its class! The MFC-8220 is not only a laser printer and a feature-rich standalone fax, but also a full function copier and B/W scanner. Also included is PC Fax capability, allowing you to send and receive faxes1 via your desktop PC.

In addition to producing sharp, laser print quality of up to 2400 x 600 dpi (HQ1200), the MFC-8220 prints and copies at an impressive speed of up to 21 ppm/cpm. The MFC-8220 comes equipped with a 250-sheet adjustable paper tray for letter or legal size paper and an optional second 250-sheet paper tray is also available2. Both USB and parallel ports are standard3 and the MFC-8220 is compatible with Windows®, Mac® and DOS® Operating Systems.

  • Fastup to 21 ppm
  • Up to 2400 x 600 dpi (HQ1200) printing
  • 3-color LCD display for easy operation
  • 33.6K bps Fax Modem
  • 32MB memory
  • Windows® and Mac® compatible
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  • Parallel and USB interfaces, optional networking; PC and Mac
  • Prints, scans, copies, standalone and PC faxes
  • Up to 2,400 x 600 dpi print resolution
  • Up to 21 pages per minute printing and copying
  • 300 x 600 dpi monochrome scan resolution, 9,600 dpi enhanced

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nice machine
I just bought the mfc8220 after almost seven years with an older brother mfc 4350. It was still going strong, but the drum needed to be replaced, and prices have dropped so much it made sense to upgrade.

The printer is wicked fast. The industrial design is top notch. Print quality is good. Paper handling is good. It integrates with my favorite scanned doc management applciation, paperport.

If you want a laser, instead of inkjets that are slower and cost much more to run over time, and you don't need an integrated flatbed scanner, this is the one to get.

Brad ... Read more

8. Sharp AL-1631 Digital Laser Copier
by Sharp
list price: $499.99
our price: $382.84
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Asin: B00016ZLDE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sharp
Sales Rank: 12200
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

This item is brand new and comes complete with all manufacturer supplied accessories.
It also comes with a USA warranty.

Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theSharp AL1631 - AL1631 DIG LASER COPIER 30PG ADF 16CPM FB LGL 250SHT TRAY/50SHT and all other Sharp Multi-Function Printers

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  • Digital automatic, manual, and photo exposure modes
  • Up to 16 copies per minute
  • Convenient scan-once print-many operation
  • 30-sheet document feeder
  • 250-sheet paper capacity

Reviews (2)

2-0 out of 5 stars Problematic
My office has been using this photocopier for about a year now. It's in a 24/7 pharmacy so it's being used constantly. I give it the two stars for being able to keep up with our demands, the speed is acceptable.

During the past year it's developed numerous problems. The machine has displayed system error messages on about 3 occasions and I had to call Sharp support and type in their secret button combinations to get it fixed. Sharp witholds troubleshooting information from their customers in order to benefit and secure their tech support department.

Sharp gave us a refurbished replacement unit and it eventually started having the same problems. Now the machine makes a loud humming noise after every copy, though I suppose you can get used to the noise after a few months.

The toner cartridge has also leaked inside the machine a few times, causing a big mess we had to vacuum up.

It's come time to replace this guy. I'll be trying a different manufacturer, perhaps Brother or Canon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Sharp AL-1631 Digital Laser Copier
I use this copier everyday in my classroom. I love it! Great investment. ... Read more

9. Brother DCP-7020 Monochrome Laser Printer, Copier, and Color Scanner
by Brother International

our price: $199.99
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Asin: B0007PF7GU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother International
Sales Rank: 3226
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Brother International (DCP7020) MFC 3-IN-1 COPIER/PRT./SCAN ... Read more


  • USB 2.0 and Ethernet interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, and scans; auto document feeder
  • Up to 20 ppm print speed; up to 6,000 by 1,200 dpi resolution
  • Up to 17 cpm copy speed; reduces and enlarges 25 to 400%
  • 600 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 36-bit color; up to 6 seconds per page faxing

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Agreed - awesome!
I almost never write a review, but the forest of multi-functions is so thick and I am so impressed by my Brother DCP-7020 that I figure I ought to share my personal view of this tremendous small office/home-office machine.

I spent weeks researching and testing multi-functions, going back and forth among Brother, HP, Sharp, Xerox, Canon, and others. What a nightmare, sorting out and comparing all the rival features!

My own needs were straight-forward: truly excellent, professional-looking B&W laser printing and copying capability; reliable paper-path routing with few or no jams; able to handle periodic high volume and otherwise steady daily use; large paper tray capacity; reliable Auto Document Feeder; handy and roomy output tray; acceptable color as well as B&W scanning; and reasonably priced laser supplies that have a reasonably high volume capacity.

While I had no need for fax or networking, I might have taken either or both if the quality of the more important features I sought warranted the extra price. I also was hoping for a stand-alone copying capability, just to give me more flexibility in office machinery since I also have a Brother HL-5150DLT (which is a tremendous stand-alone printer, by the way!)

Several times I almost decided on the Sharp AL-1641CS or its equivalent at Canon and Xerox. My initial misgivings about the latest Brother multifunction machines came down to three things: I was concerned about a few reports of modest paper curling; I was nervous about the paper output slot which seemed at first glance kind of puny and inconveniently located at the inside front, rather than outside to the side, of the machine; and the Brother multi-function machines somehow didn't look to me quite as robust or strong as some of their competitors, at least as they sat on the store shelf.

Repeated testing in multiple stores convinced me that the Brother DCP-7020 was the most likely to meet my needs at an initial price (and also a lower laser cartridge supplies price) so substantially less than the Sharp or equivalents that I decided to 'chance' it, as I thought. It turned out far, far better than I had hoped.

This is a GREAT workhorse machine that takes up substantially less work space and yet turns out excellent laser printing and/or copying with sharp, professional-looking text. Reliable, smooth paper handling with no paper jams to speak of (other than one deliberately caused for testing, which was very easily cleared). Superior copying capability (stand-alone or attached to a computer.) And, though not my top priority, very good scanning as well, supported by excellent, intuitive software.

The earlier review and product descriptions you can read at are accurate. This machine is awesome; the best buy for the money you will find, unless you need faxing capability or color printing in your multi-function. As for my original misgivings, here's my experience:

(1) Paper curling. Not a problem! The paper curling reports are true but greatly exaggerated. Very, very minor curling occurs (probably due to the extreme heat needed for any laser printing), but the paper flattens quickly as it cools and in a minute or so you won't even know it had a slight curl as it emerged from the machine.

(2) Output tray. Not a problem! True, the output slot at the front of the machine looks a little inconvenient or insubstantial, but that turns out to be a mirage, probably because we are so accustomed to expecting to see a bulky exterior separate output tray. The Brother DCP-7020 output tray actually is an innovation. It works perfectly and can hold up to 100 pages, no problem. Lift the lid below the copier and you will see you have access to the entire output tray in all its glory.

(3) The wrong-est I was in my initial misgivings was in thinking that visually the Brother DCP-7020 looked somehow more fragile, or less robust, than the Sharp or similar competitors. It may look that way, but in reality it is every bit as much a workhorse machine as its equivalent competitors. The DCP-7020 is a strong, muscular, and reliable machine. Just a much smaller footprint and at half the price.

Although not my own top priority, I've also been very pleasantly surprised at how good the scanning function is. A couple of reviewers here and there on the web grumble about this, but I found the Brother DCP-7020 scanning function and quality does at least well with color photos as any other $200-$400 scanner I've used, and far better than most of them. The text recognition software is far superior to what most well known competing brands use. And the scanner control panel is very intuitive with good defaults and ample opportunity to easily customize. I've wound up putting my 1 year old $400 HP scanner in the attic.)

I unhesitatingly recommend the Brother DCP-7020. It is everything I wanted in a B&W laser printer/copier/scanner -- and more! -- at half the price of the competition.

Afterword about Brother support: For those concerned about tech support, there is good, and bad, and more good news --but REALLY good news if you pay attention to what I have to say here.

1.Good news: Brother's toll-free number you can call in an emergency usually leads you to a live English-speaking person who isn't in India or Sri-Lanka or some other Exploited-Labor-of-the-Month hell hole.

2. Bad news: Like the infamous Indian "tech support" people we all know and loath, you probably will get an American who is mostly clueless other than they've been trained to read the manuals. If you haven't read the manual yourself, they can be a kind of "aural" manual and walk you through a few quick fixes. If you know the manual and those fixes haven't worked, go to the next point below.

3.More good news: If you have time to e-mail or call Brother support and ask specifically for a truly knowledgeable tech person to contact you, in a day or at most two you will wind up being called by a REAL expert who will take the time to answer all of your questions patiently and in depth. These people know what they're doing. They're honest and knowledgeable. They are the way tech support used to be, once upon a time.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very good !!!
Here is my review for the sister model of DCP7020 (7820N), the only difference between this and 7820N is this does not have fax & the rest is the same, so my review should apply to MFC 7420 as well (EXCEPT FAX DOESN"T APPLY TO DCP 7020)

WoW ! This must be the best MFC out there. I have owned several canon, hp, lexmark MFC, photo printers, fax machines etc. This machine is it. All you need is this MFC & a separate photo printer. you are all set.

1. This is a laser MFC - scan(color), copy, fax, print
2. very fast for home/small office use
3. very compact - very space saving
4. Network ready - other computers on network can use all functions of this.
5. unlimited tech support. not just 1-year like HP/canon.
6. Machine feels sold & feels it will last long
7. All fax,copy, scan can be operated either from machine buttons or pc software interface.
8. installation was breeze
9. software is top notch. very intuitive
10. tested print, copy, scan & fax - AWESOME AWESOME.
11. they don't outsource cust support to india
12. only regrets: no duplex, no separate output tray, but from a compact machine like this, you can't expect output tray.
13. This MFC is clearly the winner. nothing else.
14. $50 cartride takes you upto 2,500 pages. not bad
15. Auto feeder works flawlessly
16. buy from local office depot store when they give $40 gift card with it.
17. you can connect any answering machine, so all you need is one line for phone callss & fax. this machine shows whether it is a phone call or fax. can use distinctive ring too.
18. backlit LCD menu
19. if you network with this printer, you don't need to buy USB cable
20. 32mb memory for printing, huge memory for fax.
21. super fast fax speed
22. Excellent looks.
23. DEDICATED MAC SUPPORT, although i only used it for Windows.

why didn't i know about Brother earlier ?
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10. HP OfficeJet 6110 All-in-One Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $369.00
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Asin: B00007HULQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 2366
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Photo-quality with up to 4800-optimized dpi (on HP premium photo papers and 1200 x 1200-input dpi) or optional six-ink color printing (available with separate purchase of photo cartridge, not included). Fine detailed scanning with up to 1200 x 2400-dpi optical resolution (up to 19,200-dpi enhanced), 48-bit color (48-bit color Windows only). Features HP's exclusive photoret color layering technology for brilliant photo-quality results. Prints up to 19ppm in black and 15ppm in color. Copies up to 19cpm in black and 14cpm in color. Print 4" x 6" borderless photos on HP premium plus photo paper. Unattended multi-page faxing, scanning and copying using a 35-page automatic document feeder. Reduce and enlarge originals from 25% - 200% HEWOJ6110 HEW-OJ6110 808736330831 0873633083 ... Read more


  • Printing, scanning, faxing and copying
  • 1,200 x 1,200 dpi print and copy resolution
  • 2,400 x 1,200 dpi scan resolution
  • 19 pages per minute copy speed
  • USB interface; 1-year product warranty

Reviews (91)

2-0 out of 5 stars Very buggy
something is always freezing, not working, or conflicting.also, a slow machine.go for something newer.

1-0 out of 5 stars Trash
This machine is a constant frustration.Out of the box, the software is buggy and has never worked right.Tech support is poor, and they are able to do little more than parrot the instructions that come with the machine.Constantly jams when sending faxes, freezes up when sending large faxes, and has never successfully scanned an item.I operate a small business and thought this machine would cover several bases at once, but have been constantly disappointed.HP should be ashamed for putting this garbage on the market.

2-0 out of 5 stars Buggy Software
So mom needed help scanning and e-mailing some documents. No problem. Hit the "scan" button on the OfficeJet, and go, right? Wrong. Hitting the button would bring up an HP splash screen on the computer, but it froze there. Lesson learned: the "scan" button on the machine is useless.

Then we went into the "HP Photo # Imaging Gallery" software. It worked for 3 scans, but on the 4th one, it appeared to scan fine, but the document file never showed up in the gallery window.

We tried it with another scanning application, and again it appeared to scan fine, but the software never received the data. No error, nothing.

I tried downloading a "critical update" for the HP software, and it arrived as an executable WinZip file. Unfortunately, it tried to unpack to a directory on C: but the computer in question doesn't have a C: drive, so the WinZip self-extractor said "Drive c is not a valid drive, unzip operation canceled" and exited.

Anyway, I then noticed the link that lets HP analyze your system for needed upgrades, but it found that the driver for the OfficeJet was up-to-date.

My HP Scanjet also 3300C has funny drivers. They don't like it when I disconnect power to the scanner before "disconnecting" the scanner in Windows. I think it used to crash Windows, before I upgraded the drivers. Now it merely complains. But it shouldn't complain at all!

Also, my uncle tried getting the fax part to work, but he hit an unresolvable problem (I don't remember what it was).

At work, we also use a different model of OfficeJet for faxing. That has problems feeding paper, and it just doesn't work as well as the Brother machine that sits beside it.

From now on, I can't recommend any HP device with a scanner, due to the poor quality of the drivers. But to be honest to myself and HP, I still like my Deskjet 970CSE. And the OfficeJet 6110 prints fine, which is why I give this 2 stars instead of 1.

5-0 out of 5 stars Wonderful Multifunction Printer
I pruchased this unit so I could make copies for Sunday School and do light faxing and scanning.I have to use the unit increasingly for scanning documents into my computer.

So far, I have had no problems to report on this unit.

2-0 out of 5 stars Took It Back For A Refund Just In Time
I bought this one because I wanted the flat glass for the copy function. However, it wasn't worth it. This printer tries to do too much, is cheaply made, and has a user-unfriendly menu. The software is full of bugs. You will be spending many hours trying to figure things out and calling India where customer service seems to be located. I was very lucky to get it back to the store within ten days for a full refund. And as you might figure, the store was a pain in the neck and said that they couldn't believe that I was having trouble with this model. Duh! ... Read more

11. Epson Stylus CX5400 All-in-One Printer, Scanner, Copier
by Epson
list price: $169.99
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Asin: B0000CD0AC
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 11352
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The ideal addition to any home or office, the Epson Stylus CX5400 all-in-one delivers long-lasting Photo Quality printing; one touch, standalone color copying; plus powerful, full featured scanning.This versatile unit provides a fast, simple way to restore faded photos to their original brilliance with exclusive Epson Easy Photo Fix technology.The Epson Stylus CX5400 can quickly turn these color-restored images into bright, vivid reprints made to last. Epson DURABrite inks ensure each photo has vibrant color that can be enjoyed for years to come. 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi provides remarkable image quality, while BorderFree printing and copying offers popular photo sizes to frame or place in albums. The Epson Stylus CX5400 also produces amazing results when printing everyday text and documents.This innovative all-in-one even offers convenient full-color copying, without using a computer. Whether it delivers enlargements or multiple copies on a page, the Epson Stylus CX5400 ensures each copy is as sharp as the original. Fully automatic scanning makes it easier than ever, while two advanced scanning modes offer greater flexibility and control. ... Read more


  • 1,200 x 2,400 dpi maximum optical scan resolution, 48-bit color
  • USB interface; PC and Mac compatible
  • Color printing, copying, and scanning
  • Up to 22 ppm print speed, up to 16 copies per minute
  • 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi maximum print resolution

Reviews (106)

3-0 out of 5 stars Not built to last longer than warrenty
I have owned this print/scanner/copier for 13 months now and for 11 months it was in perfect order.The 12th month I started to have problems but didn't think it was a big deal NOW I can't get it to print correctly.Nozzle cleaning, alignments, ect.... I cant get it to print anything without it turning out pink.BUT it isn't covered by warrenty any longer.I even use the Epson overpriced ink and it hasn't not made a difference!

1-0 out of 5 stars Weigh reviews from long time users very heavily!!!
Positive reviews by recent purchasers must be taken with caution. Only time will tell the true value of an item!

I bought this in February 2004 for $133.I used it very lightly, a few copies and printed pages a month, and it printed fine with no trouble.Then about two months ago the ink got low, as ink will do. I bought the genuine epson ink and put them in just as directed.And what do i get?Blank page after blank page.I cleaned heads, checked nozzles, aligned heads (or tried, since the pages were just blank) and it never printed another thing.All this right after the stinking warranty went. The part that really makes me angry is that i have no use for these brand new, overpriced thinly sliced cartridges of ink!!Where can I get justice?

1-0 out of 5 stars DIES immediately after warranty!
I thought this was the answer!On sale with a rebate!WOW!I gave up a bulky HP Laser for this all in one machine.My printing needs are pretty light.It was nice to copy, scan and print from one machine.Print quality was good for my needs ... one month after the warranty the print started to fail - both B&W and color.It's in the shop now and they are most likely not going to be able to repair it for less than the cost of a new machine.Going back to HP!

5-0 out of 5 stars My favorite printer yet!!
Everything "A PC Hardware Fan" says is true. I especially like the "price performance". I had been using a lot of HP models, but Epson's paper feeder is so much more straightforward. The ink is bright and looks incredible on "bright white" paper. I also print on sticker stock which is nice because the ink dries so quickly you can put them on the packages right away.

The scanner works great also and is very easy to use. The copier features are perfect for my small consulting office - I don't do many "volume copy runs". Changing ink cartridges is a snap and I've never had any jam issues. This unit is just about as big as you want a printer but will fit nicely on your desk with room to spare. Get them while you can - I paid around $100 for my first from CompUSA and then picked a lightly used one up from ebay for around $100.

One thing I'll add: I haven't used this printer to print lots of pictures or photos. My guess is that the people with lots of clog problems must be doing something like that, which in my opinion is not a good use for a multi-function unit like this. I'm using the CX5400 to print high quality letters and business documents on good paper. I have a Canon that I use exclusively for digital photos.

2-0 out of 5 stars What a waste of effort - and ink!
I've now been the (un)happy owner of an Epson Stylus 5200/5400 for about a year. We don't print a lot, but when we do it's usually in batches - pictures in particular, or a copy of this and that. The combination printer was perfect for that - no computer needed to make a single copy!

After the install things work great - for a few months. Then it starts going down hill - and after 4-5 months it will no longer print anything on the paper. Yes, nossle cleaning, check etc. done a lot of times. When it first came to this point with the 5200 - support was contacted. They took me through cleaning like 10 times, no effect. Wanted me to try with new cartridges - which I had done, no luck (like most ink-jet printers today - the price of the printer is nothing compared to the price of ink - and with epson it refuses to print with even 10-15% left in the cartridges - of which you have 4!).

Ohh - Epson support let me know that if you keep the printer on for longer periods it drains the cartridges - it has to be turned off. So much for a shared network printer!

They sent me a replacement cx5400 - alas it had the same fault - a few things printed, but nothing much. Another replacemenent printer came, and this time it worked. This was 6-7 months ago. Now we come home from a vacation; it no longer prints - no vacation pictures on paper :(Replaced the cartriges again ($50 down the drain) - and it got even worse - paper is totally blank coming out.

I've given up - heard so many bad things about the cartridges from Epson that I'll find another manufactor for a combo scanner/printer/copier. Gone are the days where my epson matrix printers were reliable as could be. It's simply not worth getting a cheapo printer that breaks after less than 1 year. ... Read more

12. Canon PC150 Personal Copier
by Canon Office Products
list price: $345.00
our price: $144.39
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Asin: B00030N86K
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 8431
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Product Description

Canon PC150 Personal Copier - Analog copier - Monochrome Copier - 4cpm - Laser - CopierThe PC150 copier, with its smart folding compact design, fits on a desktop and can be carried from your office to your meeting using the built-in pop-up handle.Requiring no warm-up time, the PC150 is ready to copy whenever you are. Use the 50-sheet stack paper tray for multiple copies up to 9 at a time or set the full-feed mode for up to 50 copies. The PC150 generates copies at 4 copies-per-minute from up to letter-size originals. The adjustable exposure slide gives you the freedom to control how light or dark the copies come out. With Canon's Single Cartridge System, you are assured of virtually maintenance-free performance at just pennies-per-copy. Nice electronics is your source for everyday low prices on theCanon 8461A042AA - PC150 PERSONAL COPIER 4CPM 50-SHEET PAPER TRAY and all other Canon Office Equipment ... Read more


  • Simple to operate and maintain; 1-year warranty
  • Compact folding design with built-in carrying handle
  • Single cartridge system offers four copies per minute
  • Up to letter-size sheets, 50-sheet paper tray
  • Instant warm-up, auto shut-off to save energy

13. Sharp UXB20 Inkjet Fax Machine
by Sharp HO

our price: $75.99
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Asin: B0002CWY0A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sharp HO
Sales Rank: 5429
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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The UXB20 from Sharp is an inkjet fax machine with some nice features and a low price tag. It has a 9,600 bps modem speed, which equates to about 15 seconds per page, and comes with a 448 KB memory, capable of holding up to 24 pages of incoming faxes if you run out of paper. The paper tray holds up to 100 pages, while a 10-page automatic document feeder makes sending multi-page faxes a snap.

The corded telephone that comes with the fax machine is ready for both caller ID and distinctive ring detection, and you can store up to 30 numbers in your speed dial directory to easily call or fax friends, family, or business associates. The UXB20 has a 392-lines/inch vertical maximum fax resolution (203 lines/inch horizontal) and is also capable of making 600 dpi copies. Documents up to 8.5 inches wide are accepted, while an EZ-NAV dial makes it easy to navigate the menu and adjust fax settings. Sharp provides a 90-day limited warranty on both parts and labor.

What's in the Box
Fax machine, paper tray, paper tray extension, ink cartridge, handset, short telephone cord, long telephone line cord, user's manual ... Read more


  • 30 speed dial presets; 90-day limited warranty
  • 9,600 bps modem speed, 15-second transmission time
  • 449 KB memory, 24-page out-of-paper memory capacity
  • Copy function, multi-copy up to 99
  • Corded handset; caller ID and distinctive ring detection ready

Reviews (2)

5-0 out of 5 stars Nifty fax machine
The Sharp UX-B20 fax machine is easy to set up, does all that I want in a fax machine, prints on plain paper, and uses an ink jet cartridge rather than the hard-to-install roll of ink film. Also, the design of the machine is the "cleanest" and most compact I've seen. The ink cartridge is expensive, about twice as expensive as a roll of ink film. However, it will last about 500 sheets whereas a roll of ink film will only last about 250 sheets. So, the cost of the cartridge is very comparable. Rolls of film are usually about half the cost of the cartridge. Half the cost, but only half the number of sheets!! I like this machine!!

4-0 out of 5 stars Not for the fax at heart
Good fax machine/copier. Ideal for the home environment of the occassional faxing in and out. The ink cartridge supplied is not a full size cartridge. For the price, they really should include a full size container. Or at least a coupon for your next purchase which could be soon if you receive alot of faxes.Encountered problem receiving a fewfaxes requiring multiple sendings from the other person. But overall, worth the price for the occassional faxer. ... Read more

14. Canon ImageCLASS D860 Laser Printer and Copier
by Canon Office Products
list price: $1,195.00
our price: $572.99
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Asin: B0002UM0PG
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 19599
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Product Description



  • Windows compatible; 3-year limited warranty, 1-year onsite service
  • Laser output at up to 2,400 x 600 dpi print quality
  • Copy up to 18 cpm and print at 16 ppm (letter)
  • 30-page automatic document feeder, 500-sheet cassette, 100-sheet multipurpose tray
  • Legal-size platen glass for copying convenience

15. Canon PC430 Personal Copier
by Canon
list price: $249.99
our price: $249.99
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Asin: B00000JFKR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 16031
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Copiers don't have to be big and expensive to make great copies. With Canon's PC430 personal copier, you can get clean and clear copies from a small, relatively inexpensive unit, in your own home or small office.

To set up the Canon PC430 photocopier, we opened the copier's cover, took out the toner cartridge, removed the protective sealing tape, reinserted the toner cartridge, closed the copier's cover, and plugged in the AC power cord. The copier was ready to make copies without needing even a short warm-up period.

In our test of the PC430, we copied a variety of documents, and, in most cases, the black-and-white copies were nearly indistinguishable from the black-and-white originals. There were no unexpected smudges or grains unless the originals contained colors or shades of gray. For detailed images and photographs, the automatic exposure system consistently made copies that were too dark; so we turned off the automatic system with the touch of a button, and adjusted the exposure by turning a dial--and saw dramatic improvement.

The copier is rated at four ppm, which is slow for an office copier but consistent with copiers in this price range.


  • Easy setup
  • Intuitive controls
  • Instant warm-up
  • Toner cartridge included


  • Slow copy rate
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  • Single cartridge system
  • 4 ppm
  • 50-sheet paper tray
  • Instant warm-up
  • Automatic exposure

16. Stylus CX6400 All-in-One Color Printer/PC Fax/Scanner/Copier (No Fax)

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Asin: B0000CD02S
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: EPSON
Sales Rank: 15072
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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The Epson Stylus CX6400 is an all-in-one color printer, color copier, and color scanner. This versatile machine is perfect for the home office or small business where space is at a premium. Print resolutions are as high as 5,760 x 1,440 optimized dpi, while the CMYK drop-on-demand Micro Piezo inkjet technology and Epson DURABrite inks provide bright, vivid, and true-to-life images. Print speeds clock in at 22 ppm for black text and 11 ppm for color text (maximum, in draft mode), while a 4-by-6-inch photo takes approximately 72 seconds.

The CX6400 has a standard input capacity of 150 sheets and accepts up to 15 envelopes. It accepts a wide variety of originals, including paper (plain; bond; Epson premium bright white paper, Epson matte paper heavyweight, Epson glossy photo paper), cards, transparencies, and banner paper. Supported sizes include letter, legal, half-letter, executive, and user definable from 3.5 by 3.5 to 8.5 by 44 inches.

You can print photo directly from your digital camera's memory card. The CX6400 supports CompactFlash type I and II, MultiMedia Card, IBM Microdrive, xD-Picture Card, Sony Memory Stick, Memory Stick Pro, Memory Stick Duo, MagicGate Memory Stick, SmartMedia, and Secure Digital. Scan-to-memory card technology lets you easily store images for future use.

The flatbed scanner provides up to 1,200 x 2,400 dpi hardware resolution and 48-bit color, with a maximum interpolated resolution of 9,600 x 9,600 dpi. Copy speeds are as fast as 16 cpm, while up to 99 copies can be made at once, freeing up your time for other tasks. The included software bundle helps you get the most out of your scans with a variety of image editing tools. Epson's Easy Photo Fix technology helps restore old, faded photos into bright, high-quality reprints.

The CX6400 connects via a high-speed USB 2.0 port. The AC 100-120 V, 50 - 60 Hz, 0.5A (max) power supply consumes around 23 W during normal operation and around 6 W during standby. Compatible with both Mac and PC, the CX6400 also comes backed by a one-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
Epson Stylus CX6400 All-In-One, one cyan ink cartridge (T044220), one magenta ink cartridge (T044320), one yellow ink cartridge (T044420), one black ink cartridge (T043120), one USB cable, all-in-one documentation, CD-ROM containing all-in-one drivers and software (Windows and Macintosh) ... Read more

Reviews (44)

1-0 out of 5 stars Rampant Clogging Problem
I'm about to receive my 2nd replacement CX6400 from Epson.Once the print heads clog (which is common w/ the Durabrite inks), you often cannot unclog them.Avoid.

1-0 out of 5 stars 05.16.05 - Another CX6400 Dies
This is just another independent review supporting what's already been said about this all-in-one machine, the Epson CX6400.The print nozzles clog after a year or so and the printer is rendered useless.I just put in new ink cartridges and have cleaned them numerous times (10X or more at this point) with the same print on the page.The cartridges are 1/3 to 1/2 empty at this point and it appears there's no hope that the situation will improve.HP, I'm coming back home.

2-0 out of 5 stars It's the INK stupid...
I really liked this all-in-one BUT it's costing me a fortune in ink.I've owned two other printers before and both were "lesser models" that gave me more for my money - this eats up ink like it's the hungry tree in Little Shop of Horrors, and each cartridge (there are four) is between $25 and $33 and to choose only "black ink" requires two extra steps every single print job.I can't believe the issue isn't the hardware - that it's the INK that makes this purchase a major regret!!!

1-0 out of 5 stars don't buy it
I owned this printer for only 5 months before it stopped printing clearly. Now I have to clean the printer heads several times before even printing one page or it is smudged or too faint to read. Cleaning the heads sucks the printer cartridges dry, so I have to buy a new one every week almost. I will give up on this printer and buy a laser printer. It is such a piece of junk that I wanted to write this review to warn others. I've never written a review of any product before this. I would give it no stars if they offered that option.

2-0 out of 5 stars Ink issues will eat you alive
Some things which WILL happen with this printer:

Your print heads will clog.Each time you clean the nozzles you'll use about *1/8th* to *1/4th* of all your ink.Seriously.

Cleaning the print heads eventually won't work, and you'll have horrible banding which won't go away.

The ink goes SO fast it will make your head spin.Oh, BTW, that cleaning above (which will only work when the printer is brand new) costs you about $10 in ink EACH TIME you do it.

Even though the inks are seperate, if you run out of even one color you won't be able to print in black.Period.

When it tells you your ink is out and you go to replace it, you're horrified to find that there is still a decent amount of ink in the cartridge, but the cartridge has a computer chip which won't let you refill or re-use it no matter how much ink is still left.

Epson tech supports, well, SUCKS.Be forewarned, and avoid all Epson printers.

I had a C82, which seemed decent at the time, but it gobbled up ink, and began to have paper feeding problems which refused to go away.I though the All-in-One would be better.Nope.Worse.

I just bought a Canon PIXMA.AMAZING photo quality - their 4 (and 5) ink systems rival the 6-8 ink systems from Epson.Seriously.And the ink lasts WAAAAAAAAAYYYYY longer.

You've been warned... ... Read more

17. Brother DCP-8040 Digital Copier, Scanner, Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $599.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00023XDPO
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 34143
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The DCP-8040 is an up to 21 copy per minute digital copier that delivers high quality output. It includes an up to 50-page automatic document feeder, and 250-sheet paper capacity.

Coupled with uncompromising, up to 21 page per minute laser printing at up to 2400 x 600 dpi (HQ1200), the DCP-8040 is the right choice at the right price. Also included is a built-in 9600 x 9600 dpi interpolated resolution flatbed color scanner.

Both USB and parallel ports are standard allowing the DCP-8040 to work in both Windows® and Mac® environments.

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  • USB/parallel interface, optional wired/wireless networking; PC/Mac
  • Up to 21 ppm print/copy speed, up to 2,400 x 600 dpi resolution
  • Legal-size flatbed color scanning, 48-bit color
  • Up to 600 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution, 9,600 dpi interpolated
  • 250-sheet standard input tray, 50-sheet ADF, single-sheet manual by-pass tray

Reviews (1)

3-0 out of 5 stars Good printer - not so good scanner.
I have had my DCP-8040 for a week now.I wanted a laser printer, and I'm quite satisfied with this unit's printing abilities and speed.Its a great improvement over a cheap inkjet in every way, except for the lack of color - but I didn't have any particular need for color printouts.

But the feature that drew me to this unit was the 14-inch scanner on top.I would have bought a stand-alone printer if the scanner didn't tempt me.I have a standard scanner that I picked up for $20 at a sidewalk sale last year, and it works well.I bought it to scan my japanese laserdisc jackets (which are a little more than 12x12 inches).In order to scan the jackets with my old scanner, I had to scan each cover four times and then assemble the pieces.I thought with this new scanner I could cut that in half.But the scanning software Brother has provided leaves a LOT to be desired.For starters, you can't use the full plate.There is thus about an inch of glass that the scanner light covers, but cannot be accessed.That wouldn't be so bad, but except that its on BOTH edges!In other words, instead of placing what you want to scan in the corner along two edges, like with a normal scanner, you have to center it, carefully, by hand, along the exact center of one edge.Also, for some reason, my two scans are skewed way off somehow, such that if I try to blend the images together there are clearly missing portions along the sides, meaning I have to scan in four parts to get everything, and since this scanner doesn't scan any faster than my old $20 one at 300dpi, I've spent an extra $100 for nothing.Oh, also, my old scanner would turn the light off after a few minutes of inactivity.This unit's light is on AT ALL TIMES, unless you power the whole thing off.Cute.

So, my advise - skip this unit and go with a stand-alone Brother printer.And somebody else's scanner. ... Read more

18. HP Officejet7110 All-in-One Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $480.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00008W85I
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 5312
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The HP Officejet 7100 all-in-one series delivers fast printing and copying, faxing and outstanding scanning all from one compact product. Print and copy up to 22 pages per minute in laser-quality black and up to 18 in color and get professional photo quality results with up to 4800-optimized dpi (on premium photo papers and 1200 x 1200-input dpi) in color. ... Read more


  • Print, scan, copy and fax in color
  • Auto document feeder
  • Up to 2,400 x 1,200 dpi black printing, 4,800 x 1,200 dpi color
  • Up to 22 ppm print speed, 48-bit color depth
  • PC and Mac compatible; 1-year warranty

Reviews (30)

2-0 out of 5 stars Ok machine, terrible software and support
HP's OfficeJet 7110 all-in-one looked great initially: a reasonably priced machine that prints in color, scans in color with a sheet feeder, copies, and sends and receives faxes.However, four problems arose in practice.First, color printing is often of poor quality because the colors don't quite line up.The 7110 has a feature to automatically align the colors, but this is a pain to use (it involves many steps that sometimes fail to work so you are led through the cycle several times) and sometimes does not help.Second, Macintosh OS X users may experience software problems.At first I could print sometimes, with reboots often fixing an inability to print, but for months now I have been unable to print at all.(I can print on another printer, so the problem is in the 7110's software.)HP's website acknowledges the problem but apparently does not provide a fix.Third, also on OS X, the scanning software has a bug so black-and-white scans take 8 times as much disk space as they should.Fourth, HP's technical support people invariably made excuses instead of resolving problems or submitting bug reports.For example, they found a brochure saying the 7110 scans in color with no mention of black-and-white, and therefore told me black-and-white scans are not supported, despite that their own software has a black-and-white scan button.Overall, I do not recommend the HP 7110 all-in-one for anyone.Windows users may suffer less than Mac users, as two of the four problems mentioned above may not affect Windows users.And eventually, the HP 7110 may be a better proposition, if HP fixes its software problems and overhauls its customer support.But for now at least, I would look for a maker other than HP.

1-0 out of 5 stars Such poor quality
Purchased 2 of these, for business use and deployment into our CEO's home/office environment, and all looked fined until it came time to test the scanning function and in particular from the ADF which is where the problems started.

The "Director" software just wouldn't work, multiple pages would scan ok as far as previewing them but come the stage you try to save them or send them to Word, up pops an error indicating you need to reinstall the scanning software due to a library not being found.

Using the "Scan to" function on the front panel of the device seemed to fair a little better but soon discovered, on a multiple page scan to Word, only the first page scanned fully and each subsequent page was only partially scanned with the results nicely overlaid on a single page in word just to add to add to the problem.

I attempted to get these issues resolved via emailing HP support over the next two days which is better than hanging on the phone as experienced my many reviewers I guess but the end result was still the same...i.e. no resolution. The support followed the lines of re-installing the software, cleaning out the registry, loading the previous version of the software from the website, updating the print-head firmware (an odd one to fix a scanning issue I know) etc

The machines/software were tested on 2 x WinXP and 1 Win2k platforms and in all cases had the same problems with the scanning function.

All its other functions appeared to be ok but given the problems had these units returned as being not fit for use. Given the other problems people have experienced with different aspects of these machines returning them seems a very wise move.

The other offerings in the HP Multifunction arena also appear to be plagued with problems so be very careful when looking at HP for your chosen solution especially in the inkjet world.

I've since gone for the slightly more expensive Canon MP780 which so far does exactly what you'd expect of these machines and does it very well, no installation issues, software provided is streets ahead of the poor effort released by HP.

So, potentially a good machine at a good price let down by substandard software which just didn't work for me and couldn't be fixed by HP support.

1-0 out of 5 stars Scanner failure
We bought two of these, they are both gathering dust as they both have "Scanner failure" at power on.Even if we don't want to use the scanner we can't print.

I have requested our IT department to avoid HP products where possible as there was no support, and a great raft of stuff on the web about this problem, but no easy solution.

The product is quite useless to us.

1-0 out of 5 stars Do NotBuy!
This machine was issued to me by my company for use at home.I wish I could take it back, but unfortunately I have no choice.

first, this printer uses A LOT of ink.It also shakes wildly when it prints - almost I would invision a cartoon printer to print.

The fax machine has no quickscan feature and the autofeeder has to be babysat each and every fax.

The scanner is alright, but the software is not too user friendly.

Allaround, there are much better products out there.If your company doesn't decide for you, stay away from this one!

1-0 out of 5 stars A problem from the start
I will make this short and not very sweet.Avoid this machine for the following reasons:

Scan never worked

Cannot be fully accessed through network without HP proprietary wireless card.

HP claims that Belkin wifi ports are not compatable with this machine.

Online support is nil

Double feeds pages

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19. HP PSC 1210 Multifunction
by Hewlett Packard
list price: $89.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00008NGIB
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard
Sales Rank: 11101
Average Customer Review: 3.5 out of 5 stars
US | Canada | United Kingdom | Germany | France | Japan Product Description

One of the world's smallest flatbed all-in-one multifunction devices, the HP PSC 1210 prints, copies, and scans with a modest 16.8-by-10.2-inch footprint. With this one-stop imaging center, you receive true-to-life photo-quality results with up to 4,800 optimized dpi resolution (with premium photo paper and 1,200 x 1,200 dpi input). Printing and copying speeds are plenty fast for home users, coming in at 12 pages per minute maximum in black and up to 10 ppm in color. With the 1210, home copying becomes exceptionally convenient, even without a PC. You'll enjoy simple one-button operation and easy enlargements.

The flatbed scanner lets you easily scan family photos, important documents, or even books or other 3-D objects. Use the included HP photo and imaging software to get creative with your scanned images--print photos, stickers, iron-on T-shirt transfers, and unique scrapbook pages.

HP provides an instant setup reference guide that will have you up and running in just a few minutes. Note that the printer is PC and Mac compatible; only Mac versions OS 9.1, OS X v 10.1.x and 10.2.3 or higher are supported. A one-year warranty provides protection on parts and labor.

What's in the Box
HP PSC 1210, HP 56 black inkjet print cartridge 19 ml ink volume (C6656A), HP 57 tri-color inkjet print cartridge 17 ml ink volume (C6657A), HP photo and imaging software, HP memories disc creator, setup poster and reference guide, power cord; printer cable not included ... Read more


  • All-in-one printer, scanner, and copier
  • 600 x 600 dpi monochrome print resolution, 1,200 x 1,200 dpi color
  • 4,800 x 1,200 optimized color dpi on premium photo papers
  • 600 x 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 19,200 dpi interpolated, 36-bit color
  • Up to 12 ppm copy speed; USB interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (85)

1-0 out of 5 stars MyHP1210 printer experience
Wanting a multifunction printer that was reasonally priced with photo quality features at the hundred dollar budget price cap I had at the time, led me to the 1210. Having done a web search on this printer yielded very little info to make a confident purchase decision, I went ahead and bought it at retail sale price. I was not dissapointed at the print quality, which is quite good when print is at best setting, with glossy type photo paper used. Although print speed at these settings could reach about 3 minutes for a full page printout, I can tolerate this but others may not. Now for the really good stuff. I have had this baby for about a year now, having already replaced the black print cartridge once but still using the tri-color cart. Sure the thoughtful software kindly reminded me 6 months ago that I should replace it, but ignored it and it still is going.
I mostly print out playlists,and regularly printout full color images that don't always take more than half page, and for most non photo printouts I engage FASTDRAFT mode, which is fast and uses a lot less color ink. Being dilligent about using FASTMODE I believe is the reason the ink has lasted so long because the printer defaults to NORMAL print mode after every print job. I think it is amazing the tricolor ink cart has lasted me this long, although I sense it going out any day now. Other than not having any photocard slots, this is a very nice second printer. And lastly, use your own judgement as to when to replace the ink.

3-0 out of 5 stars Slightly better than adequate
I've now had this printer for almost six months.It is not the main printer in my home, but it gets a fair amount of use.The copying function works very well.Scanning is a little too complicated, but also works well.Where the printer falls down is in paperfeed during printing.It will often (but inconsistently) grab too much paper and jam.This makes the machine very unreliable for large printing jobs when one might walk away from the printer, and irritating for shorter jobs that require a lot of refeeding to get one or two good pages out.

This does not happen often enough that I would advise somone not to buy the machine, but it does often enough that I would consider, if there is a better model, spending a bit more for something more reliable.

4-0 out of 5 stars Pretty nice little all in one!
I purchased this printer mainly for the copier as I greatly needed this function at home.Much to my delight, it also made very nice lab quality borderless 4x6 prints using the HP 4x6 photo paper with just the tri-color cartridge supplied!I have switched out trying the HP photo cartridge, which was even better w/my prints but not necessarily needed to get nice prints.

I can use other photo papers besides HP but you'll have to experiment to find out what is to your liking with the different papers.Not all papers reacted well with the HP ink and some of the other brand papers simply made the prints look "flat" while HP and Office Depot store brand photos papers worked very well for me.

I had absolutely no trouble installing this printer -- nor using it and the paper feeds very well, including the 4x6 photo stock. Just move the "arm" over to hold that size.

This printer has PictBridge which works beautifully, was very easy and a joy to use!It allowed me to print borderless 4x6 photos, crop, rotate and make adjustments.I have printed close to 40 borderless photo's so far, made lots of color copies, printed scans and still have a good amount of ink left in the cartridges that came with the printer.

I find that I need to use the color button for most of my copying needs.When I copy using the B/W command when there is anything more than text to copy, it will not look as nice as a copy using the color command, but that may not matter to you depending on what is being copied.

So far, I have not experienced any "cutting off" problems when copying.I find the color copies to be very good.I don't care as much to copy glossy photo's, they were okay on photo paper but then I would not want to use this printer strictly to copy nice photo's although I found that matte photo paper was more forgiving of that and compensated when making just photo copies of actual photo's.If I copied from a glossy 4x6 onto glossy photo paper, and even when I tried this on the demo's in store of same and higher quality models as well as different brand of all in one's that the copy just never was as nice as the original.This printer is a slow but print speed really hasn't been an issue for my home needs.I like the price of this printer so I can tolerate the slower speed.Besides, I can command numerous print jobs (one after the other) without problems and walk away.No jams or paper feed issues have happened.

Overall, this printer does exactly what it claims to do and I think is a bargain for the price.

Sometimes the cartridges get damaged. A damaged cartridge will give you a B/W print out or some other horrible variation of print that will never be right until you replace the damaged cartridge with a good one.I have had this happen in the past on one occasion.HP was super and replaced the damaged cartridge for me.I was very satisified with that gesture because I think that I was the one who unknowingly, accidentally damaged that cartridge!HP cartridges have the printheads built right into their cartridges, thus the higher cost. However, I prefer the printheads built in over the other which is why I tend to like HP printers although I do wish the ink was less expensive or more ink for your money.The newer, larger ink tank is limited to certain newer than this models and not even available in all the different cartridges and are not compatible with this model.

5-0 out of 5 stars Best Printer I Ever Bought
If there were any piece of electronics I'd like to take back
20 years and show it to people in 1984, this would be it.
And only $85 ??

I bought the printer from Amazon and it arrived in 2 days.
I forgot to get the special printer cable, but while waiting for this I found that the copier function works right out of the box!

The copier is great. Just like a Xerox machine. Put the original in and hit the copy button (black or color) and the copy is printed out in about 30 seconds or so. The color is almost exactly like the original ! It is very hard to see any difference even on a very colorful photograph. A+. Even if you don't need a printer, buy this for a copier !

The printer replaced my $380 HP870CSE which finally refused to print clearly anymore. The 1210 prints just as quickly, perhaps quicker. The quality is A+. It is less noisy. I don't understand the reviews where people call it "clunky." Also, no paper jams

Another nice feature is the "cancel" button on the printer. Have you ever had your printer spew out pages of garbage that you couldn't stop ? Not this one. Just hit "cancel" and it stops instantly and ejects the page.

Yet another nice feature is that it doesn't turn on when power comes up. So if you turn on your computer system power and you don't want to print, it just stays off. They've thought of all my pet peeves about printers.

My only complaint is that the instruction manual is extremely abbreviated. For example, how to modify scanner files is left to a sofware "help" sectionwhich is all broken up. They should spend the money on a 100 page detailed printed manual.

This thing does everything but FAX . I notice they have more expensive models that also FAX, so some might consider these.

I'm an Engineer, and if any HP guys are reading this : Congratulations on a great design !

3-0 out of 5 stars Good value
I found this combo refurbished machine in OM, (...). I realized that there was a better deal for this machine at (...) after all rebates in June, well, I missed out but I still think this is a good value.

For the printer function, I give it 4 stars. Print quality is good. User can default a draft mode for printing documents, which can save substantial ink. However, this machine sometimes has paper jam problem: to prevent paper jam and waste of ink, I need to feed in page by page for printing. This is fine for me as I don't print a lot.

For copying function, I give it 4 stars. The copying function is pretty good. Without using your PC, you can make copies directly from the machine. [They provide 2 jelly bean style copy buttons (color or b/w) on the machine]. However, the scan head seems getting noisy (higher pitch noise) after 50+ times usage.

For scan function, I give it 2.5 stars. Other than the aforementioned scan head issue, the scanning speed is pretty slow.

For the quality of scanned image, I tried to scan a color magazine page with 100dpi and 300dpi, the 300dpi output had a lot of rough lines, while the quality of 100 dpi output looked a little bit better than the 300 dpi output but a bit blur.

For Scan to document feature, it took me over 40 secs to complete scanning a b/w document. This 40+ secs included the scanner software launch -> pre-scan ->scan preview -> document scan -> document translation to .doc file. Moreover, the document recognition program in HP software is doing a mediocre job in translation.

- 1st, it cannot recognize check box / radio box in a document, and you will find weird symbol in your output word document.

- 2nd, before using "scan to document" feature, make sure your document is printed on fine quality paper. I tried to scan a page in my Princeton GMAT book (which is print on rougher paper). The quality of scanned output in .doc file was really lousy. I got a bunch of weird symbols in the output .doc file.

For HP software, the installation program is pretty buggy. After "successful" installation claimed by HP wizard, launching the HP director program only showed 2 icons instead of 5. Fortunately, I went to HP support web right away and troubleshooted the issue by copying missing folders from CD to my PC.

All in all, this machine is really cute and neat, given its all-in-one functionalities, it is especially good value for non-frequent/home/budget users. ... Read more

20. Brother DCP-8045D Digital Copier, Scanner & Printer
by Brother Printer
list price: $749.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B00023XDYU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 20090
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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A three-in-one multifunction from Brother, the DCP-8045D combines important copying, scanning, and printing functions into one easy-to-use machine. The DCP-8045D has a 250-page input paper tray with a 150-page output tray, and supports a wide variety of paper types and sizes, including plain paper, recycled paper and transparencies, envelopes, A4, letter, legal, B5, executive, A5, A6, and B6. Connectivity is provided via parallel and Hi-Speed USB 2.0 ports, while optional network connectivity allows you to utilize the DCP-8045D as a workgroup device.

The copier has a fast 21 cpm maximum print speed and is capable of creating up to 99 copies from a single original, saving you time and hassle. With a copy resolution of 1,200 x 600 dpi, your copies are crisp and accurate, and a zoom feature lets you adjust the copy size anywhere from 25% to 400%. Additionally, a 50-page automatic document feeder lets you easily copy multiple page documents with only one button to press.

The laser printer has a 2,400 x 600 dpi maximum resolution and 21 ppm maximum print speed. And with the DCP-8045D's automatic duplexing feature, you can also easily print double-sided documents.

The built-in scanner has a 48-bit internal color depth and 256 levels of grayscale, as well as 600 x 2,400 dpi optical (9,600 x 9,600 dpi interpolated) resolution that deliver rich, accurate scans, perfect for a wide range of uses. The software bundle includes document viewing and OCR software, while four one-touch buttons (scan to file, E-mail, image, or OCR) automate these frequently used functions. Compatible with both PC and Mac operating platforms, the DCP-8045D comes backed with a three-year limited warranty.

What's in the Box
DCP-8045D flatbed laser digital copier, quick setup guide, user's guide, software CD-ROM for Windows (MFL Pro Software Suite), software CD-ROM for Mac (MFL Pro Software Suite), toner cartridge (TN-540, up to 3,500 pages based on letter/A4 size media at approximately 5% coverage), drum unit (DR-510); printer cable not included ... Read more


  • USB 2.0 and parallel interfaces, optional Ethernet; PC/Mac
  • Copies, prints, and scans
  • Makes 99 copies, up to 21 cpm, reduces and enlarges 25 to 400%
  • 2,400 x 600 dpi print resolution, up to 21 ppm; automatic duplexing
  • 600 x 2,400 dpi optical scan resolution, 48-bit color depth

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Outstanding performance for price
I've had HPs for years. Decided to try this after seeing some reviews. Performace is excellent. Networking easy to set up. I like the Paperport software. Can do quick scan and OCR from any of 6 workstations for up to limit of document feeder tray. Cost of purcahse and operation low. Also like separate drum & cartridge combo.

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