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$699.99 $503.55 list($893.00)
61. HP Color LaserJet 2550N Printer
$71.24 $25.00 list($95.99)
62. Canon BCI-6 Black and Color Ink
$56.99 $39.98 list($68.69)
63. Samsung ML-1210D3 Toner/Drum for
$213.74 list($229.99)
64. Canon PIXMA iP4000R Wireless Photo
$69.88 list($149.00)
65. Lexmark Z810 printer with Vivitar
$299.95 $299.88 list($599.99)
66. Nikon MSV-01 Coolwalker 30GB Digital
Too low to display $51.24 list($99.99)
67. Epson Stylus C86 Inkjet Printer
$474.99 $459.00 list($749.99)
68. HP LaserJet 3030 All-in-One
$189.99 list($329.99)
69. Brother MFC-5840CN Network Color
Too low to display list($1,779.99)
70. HP LaserJet 4250dtn Printer with
$62.99 $34.94 list($84.99)
71. Brother TN570 Toner Cartridge
$149.99 $125.00 list($249.99)
72. Sony DPP-FP30 Digital Photo Printer
$53.19 list($109.00)
73. Nokia HS-11W Bluetooth Headset
Too low to display $94.99 list($159.00)
74. HP DeskJet 6540 Color Inkjet Printer
Too low to display list($419.99)
75. HP LaserJet 3020 All-in-One
$429.95 list($449.99)
76. Okidata C5150N LED COLOR PRINTER
Too low to display $127.22 list($149.95)
77. Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock (Series
Too low to display list($123.00)
78. HP OfficeJet 4215 All-in-One Printer
Too low to display $189.00 list($319.00)
79. HP PhotoSmart 375B Compact Photo
Too low to display $1,099.00 list($1,572.00)
80. HP LaserJet 4250N Monochrome Network

61. HP Color LaserJet 2550N Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $893.00
our price: $699.99
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Asin: B0001X6V36
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 18962
Average Customer Review: 2.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

LaserJet 2550n Color Laser Printer ... Read more


  • Up to 4 ppm color, 20 ppm black; PC and Mac compatible
  • 600 x 600 dpi color and black resolution
  • 264 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 192 MB
  • Manual duplexing; includes second input paper tray
  • Parallel, USB 2.0, and 10/100Base-TX Ethernet/Fast Ethernet RJ-45 ports

Reviews (3)

3-0 out of 5 stars Disappointing print quality, sleazy cartridge expiration
I bought the printer because I read reviews saying that it had excellent print quality.The fact that it was supposed to be noisy and slow was ok, since I don't print high volumes and the price of the printer is very good for a network color laser.

I found the print quality to be disappointing, however.It's better than an inkjet but not nearly as sharp as a monochrome laser.I can't tell whether it's worse than comparable color lasers--it's just not as good as I expected.

The thing that really ticked me off is that the cartridges expire after a set number of pages even if there's ink left in them.At $600 for a replacement set of cartridges, this sleazy trick can make a sizeable difference in operating cost.The effect is even worse when you get an error with a stream of mis-printed pages with just a couple of characters on each page.Better be around the printer to make sure there's no error that spews out 50 pages of gibberish (there goes $10).I hope HP cleans up its act now that Fiorina is gone, because a reputation for sleaziness is easy to get and hard to recover from.At least the printer shipped with full cartridges, not half-empty ones (a trick other companies use).

On the plus side, HP's customer support was excellent.Initially, the printer would sometimes work and sometimes not, completely unpredictably.The HP representative correctly diagnosed the problem as a physical problem with the Ethernet cable.To my surprise, replacing the Ethernet cable fixed all the problems.The rep was bright, spoke flawless English and fixed the problem quickly.Overall the support was outstanding.

On the plus side: low price for a color network laser, relatively compact size, reasonable printing cost per page, reliable operation, user-friendly software, excellent HP support.

On the minus side: slow speed, noisy operation, built-in electronic cartridge expiration counter, disappointing print quality (not awful, but not as good as expected from reviews).

Overall, the questionable print quality tips the scale against rating this printer higher.

1-0 out of 5 stars soooo disappointed
I have liked HP printers in the past and have been very pleased with my LaserJet 5L which I have owned for ten years.To take advantage of HPs trade in program, I decided to upgrade to a 2550n color laser printer.I read the first review here, on this printer and dismissed the low rating as a fluke.I purchased the printer anyway, and then became disgusted.

First, it failed right out of the box.I was very careful to follow each instruction to the letter and once everything was installed, the failure light would turn on after cycling through the cartridges a few times.After I power cycled it a few times, it finally passed it's diagnostics and was ready.I print a test page, it looks good.I print another and it fails.Power cycle again, the printer is ready.I print two more test pages and it fails again.This flakey behavior continued again after I connected the printer to my PC.I could print a few pages once, then again, but after the third or fourth time it would randomly fail.This had nothing to do with paper jams, but seemed to occur when switching from one color cartridge to another.The simple LEDs that flash at you tell nothing about what is wrong, so I would strongly recommend buying a printer with a LCD display.

The software was difficult to install, especially when I wanted to have it use the ethernet port instead of the USB interface.The printer options are very minimal and not comparable to printers like the Samsung CLP-510n which allow things like printing multiple pages on the same sheet.By the way, I don't necessarily recommend the Samsung printer but the user manual can be downloaded from their web site and the printing options are quite comprehensive.

If the LaserJet 2550n would remain idle for 20-30 minutes, it would suddenly spring to life and make all sorts of noises when there was nothing to print.It sounded like the cartridges were tumbling around.Why can't it do something like this immediately and then just stay quiet?When printing, it is also quite noisy as it cycles through the cartridges.

The printer is slow.I sent it a picture and it took slightly over a minute.I did it immediately again (it should be all warmed up) and it still took another minute.The processor inside the printer is too slow and real-world page per minute numbers may be disappointing.The only real positive thing I could say is the print quality was good, even for pictures, provided that they are not expanded in size.

Some people like the OKI C5150n or the Brother HL-2700cn.I haven't seen what the Brother prints like, but the OKI is quiet and print quality is as good as the HP while printing much faster.Dell also sells a color printer in this class, the 3100cn.Although the HP printer may be the smallest, I didn't like the noise and reliablity and so I think there are much better choices out there.

2-0 out of 5 stars broke after 3 months of light-duty use.
Seemed like an OK printer for a single user, until one day it displayed an e error message that even the techs at HP didn't know what it meant, so I went through a week of dragging the 70 pounds of it first to a local authorized dealer, who couldn't fix it, and then to UPS to mail it back for replacement.I can only hope it doens't happen again. Or, if it does that it is still under warranty. ... Read more

62. Canon BCI-6 Black and Color Ink Tanks (8-Pack, i9900 Photo Printer)
by Canon Office Products
list price: $95.99
our price: $71.24
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Asin: B00028CHX8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon Office Products
Sales Rank: 464
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Product Description

Canon has poured all the Know How of its extraordinary history of developing innovative office machines into each of its copiers, printers, and networked office systems. The same superiority of design and manufacture goes into all of the Canon-branded consumable imaging supplies and parts for this equipment. Naturally, no one makes better parts and supplies for Canon products than Canon. Using genuine Canon parts and supplies is your best insurance against equipment damage, and possibly voiding your equipment warranty. ... Read more


  • Quality results from genuine Canon ink
  • Compatible with Canon i9900 photo printer
  • 8 individual color ink tanks support Canon's 8-color print system
  • Black, cyan, photo cyan, green, magenta, photo magenta, red, and yellow ink tanks
  • Easy-to-install design

63. Samsung ML-1210D3 Toner/Drum for ML-1210 and ML-1250 Printers
by Samsung
list price: $68.69
our price: $56.99
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B00005N9CR
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Samsung
Sales Rank: 1142
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Samsung Monitors & Printers (ML-1210D3/XAA) ML1210/1250/1430 TONER ... Read more


  • Fine quality toner particles
  • Replacement toner for Samsung ML-1210 and ML-1250 laser printers
  • Simple design, easy to install
  • High printing yield, up to 3,500 sheets with toner-saver mode
  • Produces rich blacks and subtle grays

Reviews (13)

1-0 out of 5 stars Product is not new -- it's recycled!
Buyer beware! This product (ML-1210D3) was shipped with an obviously used packaging -- with the UPS tracking number for the original purchaser still in the box! This is a scam sale!!!

Don't buy this item! No wonder, Amazon is selling it for much less than the normal price of a NEW item.

Very disappointed, ramida

5-0 out of 5 stars Great toner cartridge for Samsung ML-1430 printer
Although the specs don't show that this works with the Samsung ML-1430 printer it does. The ML-1210D3 toner cartridge is Genuine Samsung and new and works great. It works for printers ML-1010, ML-1430, ML-1020M, ML-1210, ML-1220M, ML-1250, IZZI Lasor plus II.

Amazon was great in that the shipment was timely and the charge did not show on my charge card until I received the product.

And I got free shipping with I believe 'Super Saver' by Amazon.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Little Printer
I have had my ML-1210 printer for over a year now. I am an insurance appraiser/investigator and print over 4000 pages a month. The printer has performed flawlessly. This was the best investment of $$$$$ I could have made. The toner/drum is (with a little work)refillable with Okidata refill cartridges. I replace the cartridge at about 20,000 pages....Still the price for the drum here at Amazon is $$$$ less than elsewhere. I am looking to upgrade to the ML-1710 soon but will hate to part with this one.....

5-0 out of 5 stars Works as designed
I have a Samsung ML-1430 (great little printer) and this toner cartridge was easy to install and it works as expected.Samsung isn't a big name in laser printers, so replacement cartridges aren't as readily available in local stores as it is for HP and some of the more established brands so, once again, it's Amazon to the rescue.

5-0 out of 5 stars Fantastic Printer - Highly recommended
This printer works great. I bought it to use in my laboratory and it's worked perfectly for over a year. It prints super fast: 15 - 17 pages per minute, and the text is always pristine and clear. Well worth it! ... Read more

64. Canon PIXMA iP4000R Wireless Photo Printer
by Canon
list price: $229.99
our price: $213.74
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Asin: B0002RP2GI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Canon
Sales Rank: 2069
Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Wireless Printing with Impressive Speed and Quality.

Less wires. More performance.
The Canon PIXMA™ iP4000R Photo Printer delivers high speed, superb quality and the ultimate freedom of wireless printing. Conforming to the IEEE 802.11g wireless (WiFi) standard, it can receive wireless transmissions within a range of up to 164 feet. Now, you can print a photo or report from your patio to your den, or from your kitchen to your home office - no wires required! Plus, with direct photo printing, just connect any PictBridge compatible digital camera or DV camcorder, and print. You can even produce edge-to-edge true borderless photos in 4 x 6, 5 x 7 and 8.5 x 11 in. sizes, with the look and feel of traditional photographs.

The ContrastPLUS 5-color ink system - four dye-based inks plus a pigment-based black ink - produces true-life photos along with laser-quality text. To achieve a high resolution of up to 4800 x 1200 color dpi, Canon Full-photolithography Inkjet Nozzle Engineering (FINE) uses a high-performance 1,856-nozzle print head that ejects precise, consistent droplets as small as 2 picoliters. Need speed? You can blaze through document printing at up to 25 ppm in black and up to 17 ppm in color, and a beautiful 4" x 6" borderless photo takes only 36 seconds.

Canon Think Tank System™.
To help reduce printing costs, this unique system has five individual ink tanks that let you replace only the color that runs out, rather than an entire cartridge containing unused ink. Plus, a unique low-ink sensor alerts you when ink levels are low, so you are prepared to just drop in a new tank when needed.

Have the right paper ready.
When you go wireless, your remote printer has to have the right paper ready! A dual paper path lets you print photos and documents from another room without getting up to switch paper.

... Read more


  • ContrastPLUS ink system for true-life photos and laser-quality text
  • 802.11g wireless, USB, and PictBridge interfaces
  • Maximum 4,800 x 1,200 color dpi resolution
  • Up to 25 ppm black, 17 ppm color; dual paper path with 2-sided printing
  • Borderless 4-by-6-inch photos in about 36 seconds

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars good printer...but rebate declined?
I bought this with the Powershot A510 to get the $70 rebate for the 2 items together.I never got the rebate and after contacting Canon for a month they tell me they never got the box tabs.Of course I sent them with the rebate form.So now I have no boxes and no rebate.Very aggravating and disappointing!

5-0 out of 5 stars Wireless Mac and PC friendly at the same time.
This is a great printer.Aside form the print quality, which is excellent, this printer is easier to set up than anything I've had in the past.I came from 5 or 6 Epson printers in a row and will unlikely go back.Most of my Epson photo printers lasted no more than a year when problems began.

My biggest problem, however, had been setting the Epson printers up to handle both Mac and PC at the same time.I have a Mac Powerbook G4 and a Dell Inspiron 1150 (both wireless), I spent a month trying to get both printers to print wirelessly with no luck.I tried printing thru a Linksys Wireless Router as well as Apple's Airport Express...both would only work on one of my machines and not on both.With the Wireless Canon, I simply set up the Mac first with the installation CD and then moved on and set up the PC as a second user (this can be done in reverse as well).Both worked perfectly in the wireless environment the first time without any complications.

The options and features are excellent and the printing quality is outstanding....even when printing out simple website pages.I would highly recommend to anyone interested in wireless printing to spend the extra cash and choose the IP4000R over the standard will not be sorry....not too mention there's one less cable to kick around.

5-0 out of 5 stars The Clear Winner
I spent days online reading consumer reviews, editorials and articles on printers. It's a consumer's nightmare out there! There are literally hundreds upon hundreds of printers. It all came down to this one, and am I ever happy with the choice. All the positive reviews are right on target. I have owned Brother, HP and Epson and this one is heads above the others. In a nutshell, its quick, wireless, fantastic quality photos and has individual ink replacement to boot (no more $50 multi color cartridges). You cannot go wrong with this printer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Love, Love, Love It!
I wanted a printer to print pictures from my Canon digital camera, and also to replace an all-purpose text printer. When I found the Canon PIXMA ip4000R, I hoped it would be all it promised, as I could really use a wireless printer.

Wow, it's all that and more. I had sworn to never buy another Canon printer after I had an all-in-one that was unbearably slow. I mean, I'd want to go hang myself in the closet waiting for it to print! I'm so glad I decided to give Canon another try.

This printer does all Canon promises--it's also quick, quiet, paper doesn't jam, wireless connection was easy, and it comes with some great software that makes printing photos easy. I couldn't be happier.

If you need a wireless printer, don't hesitate to get the Canon PIXMA ip4000R, but if wireless isn't important, go with the 4000.

5-0 out of 5 stars Print without wires
I picked this up to replace a 3 year old Epson 785EPX and my trusty old SMC router w/ print server so that I could more easily operate wirelessly at home. Prior to the 785, I owned a workhorse Epson 640.

The Canon handles photo printing just as well as the last Epson for the most part. I don't really miss the extra 2 colors and I definitely don't miss the noise that the Epson cranked out. The Canon sits 5 feet behind my desk and if there is any ambient noise in the office at all, I have to turn around and look to see if paper is moving through the machine because it's not loud enough to hear! That's nice. The wireless is great, even though my secondary PC had trouble "finding" it. I was able to manually configure a port and move on. Both home machines use XP SP2.

I was surprised to find that the Canon also displaces my laser printer! I can't believe how sharp and fast this text prints on the multi-purpose Staples paper. You just have to see it to believe it.

Now, before I wrote this review, I wanted to see how the Canon handled my big annual print job - our photo quality Christmas cards. We send about 50 cards with the kids' picture on them. Print speeds were on par with the older Epson, but I think if I hadn't wanted borderless prints, it would have been faster. It was certainly no slower than the Epson. Anyway, all the cards printed great. The paper handling was noticeably better than the Epson as the Canon fed all sheets one at a time, no jams, no double-feeds. And the big surprise of the night - after printing all the cards with a 5.5" by 8.5" fully saturated photo on each one, the ink levels had hardly budged from full!

A couple features I haven't tried yet are the PictBridge interface for compatible digital cameras and the secondary paper tray. You can, for example, load 4x6 glossy photo paper in that extra tray and be ready to handle walk-up photos from your camera at any time. Very convenient.

The Canon is an amazing printer. Print quality is fantastic. Consumable usage appears to be ludicrously low and the ink is much cheaper than HP or Lexmark already. It's remarkably quiet and fast (especially for text). And the wireless capabilities mean I can locate and relocate it anywhere around the house as I choose. If you don't really need the wireless, save some money and get the ip4000 (instead of this ip4000R).

Great job Canon! You have converted an Epson disciple.
... Read more

65. Lexmark Z810 printer with Vivitar ViviCam 3632 Digital Camera
by Lexmark
list price: $149.00
our price: $69.88
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Asin: B0007LKVDI
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Lexmark
Sales Rank: 3022
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Product Description

Get two superb imaging products in one affordable bundle. This Lexmark Z810 Photo Printer and Vivitar ViviCam 3632 Digital Camera Bundle takes the technology and power of a digital photo lab and delivers it to your home or office. The Lexmark 6-color photo jet printer has up to 4800x1200 dpi resolution, and the 2.0-megapixel Vivitar ViviCam 3632 digital camera has 4x digital zoom, 1.5” TFT LCD display and 16MB internal memory. Bundle also includes Scrapbook Factory and Digital Photo Guru software, 10 sheets of 8-1/2x11” and 20 sheets of 4x6” paper and a USB port and cable to easily hook up printer and camera to your PC. Made in USA. Printer: 6Hx9Wx17-1/3L”. Camera: 2-3/4Hx1-2/5Wx4L”. ... Read more


  • 2-megapixel digital camera with 1,600 x 1,200 resolution, 4x digital zoom
  • 4,800 x 1,200 resolution on photo paper, 2,400 x 1,200 resolution on other paper
  • Up to 20 ppm black and 14 ppm color print speed
  • 16 MB internal memory with SD card slot
  • USB 2.0 interface; Windows and Mac compatible

66. Nikon MSV-01 Coolwalker 30GB Digital Storage Photo Viewer
by Nikon
list price: $599.99
our price: $299.95
(price subject to change: see help)
Asin: B0006283AG
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Nikon
Sales Rank: 2153
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

The Nikon COOLWALKER is your all newr 30GB portable photo storage album! View your digital snaps anywhere with the 2.5-inch color LCD. Or connect COOLWALKER to a TV and wow family & friends with your photos on the big screen. COOLWALKER allows image storage in JPEG, TIFF and NEF formats. Data upload can be done via USB 2.0 and COOLWALKER is equipped with a data card slot. Packed with features yet easy to carry, simple to use. Ample storage space. Store up to 10,000 digital photos on the high-quality 30GB hard disk. The MSV-01 gives the user the freedom to store an impressively large number of images. It's also compatible with CompactFlash and Microdrive and can be combined with a CF adapter to enable use of SD cards too. Calculated for 6-megapixel images stored in JPEG FINE format. View-anywhere convenience. Lets you store and immediately view your photos on the high-quality 2.5-inch TFT color monitor. The monitor allows images to be viewed anywhere with the clarity of 117,600 pixels. The MSV-01 also offers connectivity to TVs too, so shots can be viewed on a much grander scale. A remote control terminal is additionally included, which is particularly useful when viewing images on a TV screen. Peripheral performance. Direct printing without the need for a PC is made possible through support of PictBridge ... Read more


  • Transfer photos directly from Coolwalkers to CF card or to a computer via USB 2.0
  • Store up to 10,000 digital photos on the high-quality 30GB hard disk
  • View your photos on the high-quality 2.5-inch TFT color monitor
  • Compatible with JPEG, TIFF, and other major image file formats
  • PictBridge compatible, outputs directly to a printer

Reviews (1)

5-0 out of 5 stars Prefer this over the FlashTrax
I got mine today - very nice.Reads a 4 GB Microdive quickly.Great display, far better than the FlashTrax.Transferred all my photos to it, have room to spare.Direct printing is a plus!
Glad I bought it./ ... Read more

67. Epson Stylus C86 Inkjet Printer
by Epson
list price: $99.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002A9SKQ
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Epson
Sales Rank: 458
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

With remarkable speed and precision, theEpson Stylus® C86 delivers sharp, vivid resultsevery day, every project. A champion performerwhatever the task at hand, this high-value printerenables anyone to create brilliant, long-lastingresults.

Water, smudge, and light-resistant DURABrite® Inksensure Photo Quality prints to preserve cherished photos or importantdocuments. 5760 x 1440 optimized dpi offers astounding clarity and detailfor consistently vibrant color, text and graphics. The Epson Stylus C86even offers true BorderFree™ printing for frame-ready prints in severalpopular sizes. And, this DURABrite Photo Series printer comes with 20 sheetsof photo paper, Photo Series software, and quick access to Epson’s exclusivephoto craft and photo sharing websites.

In addition to its extraordinary output, this powerful ink jet makes it easy toget more done with incredible high-speed printing. The Epson Stylus C86speeds through black text at up to 22 ppm and color at up to 12 ppm. Plus,its individual ink cartridges provide added convenience, as well as morecost-effective operation.

With USB and Parallel connectivity, plus networking and wireless options,this printer is the ideal solution for both Windows® and Macintosh® computers.Now, anyone can achieve superior results, project after project,with the exceptional power and performance of theEpson Stylus C86.

... Read more


  • EPSON PhotoQuicker 3.5 software
  • USB and parallel interfaces, PC and Mac compatible
  • Optimized resolution up to 5,760 dpi
  • Prints up to 22 ppm monochrome, 12 ppm color
  • Individually replaceable ink cartridges

Reviews (22)

1-0 out of 5 stars Print Nozzles clog frequently
I've never written a review before but I figgure Epson needs a little BAD press.I Have owned a C84 and C86, both printers print very crisp images when the print heads aren't clogged.I've wasted soooo much money on ink (Cleaning the heads) that my Epson buying days are over.Don't be fooled on the low price the Ink will cost you. Even if you buy off-label ink.

1-0 out of 5 stars Prints beautifully for a year, then becomes a paperweight
I have owned two C82 printers and folks have owned two C84 printers (two of each because one of each failed during the warranty period.)Know that every 18 months or so Epson releases a new model number of the same printer, and has historically failed to address the issues of the previous version.Search the web for "clogged nozzles" and "C82 and C84" and you'll find a lot of info from users with problems (you may not find such feedback YET on the C86 because the model number is relatively new and not enough time has elapsed to allow the printheads, etc to clog up.If past experience is any indicator, it'll only be a matter of time until you experience the same issues.

As one of the previous reviewers mentioned, after a while of use, the printheads, etc clog and none of the routine diagnostics and remedies work.You are left with the option of either sending the item to a service center, or buying a new printer (if out of warranty.)Since repair costs exceed the cost of a new unit (after rebates), it is generally not worth the cost of repair.Seiko/Epson customer service won't stand behind the product after the warranty has lapsed and are very quick to point out the customer is on their own or has to foot the bill for a repair.

For those of you interested in a disposable printer (which works great for the first year or first few cartridge changes) the print quality is very good.Though the printer is VERY thirsty (it goes through a lot of ink quickly), the cost of printing per page is reported to be among the lowest going.

I suggest owners who want this short-term operational printer, I suggest you consider purchasing some extra inks (so as not to run dry unexpectedly soon.)

Unfortunately, Epson quality is no longer what it was in the 80s and 90s (it WAS the gold standard.)I may look to go back to HP to replace mine (which will be going to dump this weekend.)

Don't let the low initial purchase price fool you...this item uses the Gilette razor approach:the base item is very cheap, but the refills are where the company makes their living.

Bottom line, it's a DISPOSABLE PRINTER and is not worth the frustration.

1-0 out of 5 stars Save your money and buy an HP.
I purchased an Epson C84 printer when I bought my Mac G5.The printer was "free" with rebate which is the good news.Previously I've only owned HP Deskjets so I thought I understood how all inkjets behaved.Not so.

First, the Epson will run you poor due to incredible ink usage.Expect to replace the black ink cartridge every two months with typical printing.Also, the printer uses a finite amount of color ink even if you print exclusively in black and white.The printer needs to do this in order to keep the nozzles flowing.Mine haven't yet clogged but from reviews posted here and elsewhere it is only a matter of time.You'll need to replace the color cartridge about every 6 months.More frequently if you print photos.

Second, you MUST keep spare ink on hand.If you forget and let a cartidge (any color) run out the printer shuts down and you cannot print!At least with my previous experience with HPs you could "limp home" and print an off color or "streaky" black and white document.

I've owned this printer for one year and have spent about $200 on ink!The black cartridge just ran out again and it's the end for this money pit.I'll be selling it at a garage sale next week.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great print quality.....but.....
First, let me say that the Epson C86 (and C84, the earlier version) produces beautiful prints, especially considering the fact it uses pigment inks (DuraBrite) rather than the dye based inks that HP and Canon use.As a rule, dye based inks have a wider color gamut and are more vivid, particularly on glossy paper, than pigment inks, but I also have an HP deskjet 9650 (A3) Photo printer and the Epson prints are very close in quality to those from the HP, especially when I use the DuraBrite Glossy Photo paper.

Now for the bad news.First, everyone should realize when you buy an inkjet printer, you are actually buying a profit generating machine for the company that builds it.A very large percentage of the corporate profits of Epson and HP come from the sale of, you guessed sell the printers at or close to cost, but make a killing on those tiny ink cartridges, and this is where the Epson will get you.Epson printers have a permanent, built-in printhead and it will sooner or later start to clog (do a Google search for Epson clogged'll get over 6000 hits).When this happens, your prints will look really bad (banding and missing colors), and the "Epson solution" for this is to run cleaning cycles, which will burn through those high dollar cartridges even faster.I have had two Epson's to clogg almost completely, both within a week after the warranty had run out.Also, if the cartridge is low on ink, the printer will refuse to run a cleaning cycle until you replace the cartridge with a new one, then it will waste the ink in your new cartridge attempting to clear the nozzles.Epson cartridges have a microchip built in supposedly to monitor the ink remaining in the cartridge, but I have my suspicions that it may be responsible for the previous problems I mentioned as well as making it difficult (but not impossible) to refill the cartridges.

If you do not use your printer regularly, I would recommend that you steer clear of Epson, the clogging problem is worse if you let the printer set for long periods of time without using it.In this case I would suggest HP or Canon, my HP printers set for several months at a time and very rarely get a clogged nozzle, one cleaning cycle usually clears it up.Also, the HP printers have the printhead built into the cartridge, so every time you replace the cartridge you get a brand new printhead.However, the HP cartridges are tiny with very little ink (thanks Carly.....glad you got the ax), if you do a lot of printing you had better have some cash.

Finally, if you are having clogging problems, my solution might work for you and save some of your money from flowing into Epson's pockets.First, try to print something every day, even if it's just one small 4 x 6 photo.You want to keep the ink (all four colors) flowing in the printheads, letting the printer set will definitely cause you problems.Sooner or later, the printhead will clog and the nozzle test will show a clogged nozzle (broken lines).DO NOT run a cleaning cycle (this is exactly what Epson wants you to's money in their pocket).Instead, and there are a number of ways to do this (Google it), move the cartridge/printhead assembly to the center or left of the printer and immediately pull the plug,this will leave the area where the printhead is normally "parked" accessible.I take an eyedropper and soak the two small sponges that normally cover the printhead with Radio Shack tape head cleaner (alcohol), plug the printer back in, wait for the printhead to park itself and then cut the printer off with the switch.You want to do this as quickly as possible, don't ever leave the printhead "unparked" for any length of time.I usually let the printer set overnight, turn it on the next day and my nozzle check is perfect.....all without wasting any of that high dollar ink.Some people use Windex or distilled water, some people say not to use any of them including the alcohol.....that it will destroy the printhead, but I've had good luck with the tape head cleaner.Just remember, do this at your own risk....this will probably void your warranty if Epson finds out.If the printer is under warranty and you are unable to get the printhead nozzles restored, I would just ship it back to Epson, they'll probably send you a "refurbished" replacement.If it's out of warranty, I figure there is really nothing to lose.

The Epson C86 is basically disposable (made in Indonesia) junk.It is often cheaper to buy a new printer and use the cartridges in your old printer rather than buy replacement cartridges alone.This way you will have a backup printer when the nozzles become hopelessly clogged in your original printer.The reason I continue to use the Epson is because it produces really nice prints (when it's working) that have excellent fade resistance.I frame a lot of my artwork and photographs and don't won't them to fade after a few months.I would like to have an Epson A3 printer (2200 or the new R1800) but refuse to purchase one because of the clogging problems, it's one thing to trash an $80 printer.....quite a different matter to throw a $600 one in the dumpster.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent affordable general use printer
This is a great printer for text and graphics. It is very fast, the text looks sharp and the colors are vibrant. This printer was an upgrade from an HP and the set of cartridges for the HP was over $100 while the epsons are about $50. Also the epson cartridges last far longer. Some people have mentioned that the first set of cartridges don't last and I have found this to be entirely untrue. I still have the orginal set (although black is almost out) and I have printed AT LEAST 350 pages. The ink is incrediblely resiliant. Even when printed on standard paper outdoor flyers just do not run. This is a good printer and is made even better by the very low price. ... Read more

68. HP LaserJet 3030 All-in-One
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $749.99
our price: $474.99
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Asin: B0001M3UYA
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 11330
Average Customer Review: 2.5 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

LaserJet 3030 Monochrome All-In-One Printer, Print/Copy/Scan/Fax ... Read more


  • USB and parallel interfaces, PC and Mac compatible
  • 15 ppm printing and copying, first page in 12 seconds
  • 1,200 effective dpi printing, 600 dpi copying
  • Color scanning at up to 9,600 enhanced dpi, 24-bit color
  • Built-in V.34 fax modem, 2 MB fax memory

Reviews (2)

4-0 out of 5 stars Photos? Gimme a break
Complaining that a device like this doesn't scan as well as your old single-function scanner is a little like complaining how a Lexus RX330 SUV doesn't corner as well as your '92 sports car. The LJ 3030 is designed to do many things pretty well as opposed to one thing very well.

If that is what you are looking for, I think it does a pretty good job. I use it for school and work two make presentations, scan documents, write papers, FAX statements, etc. In that respect, I think it does the job very well especially given its price. The print quality is quite good and compared to my old LJ 3150 it prints quite fast at 15-20ppm. The scanner is not top quality, but it is not bad and is good enough for what I need it for. Honestly, if you want professional quality color scanning for photos, you shouldn't be looking at an all-in-one in the first place. Printing photos on a B/W laser printer seems pointless to me. I've printed Powerpoint slides with graphics on them and they look quite reasonable.

I got printer setup to be shared on my home network pretty quickly and the Java-based configuration software is pretty easy to use.

The USB connection is nice and I have it running through the hub in my monitor instead of having to run it all the way back to my PC.

The print recognition software which converts scanned documents to editable MS Word files works pretty well for typed docs, but obviously not well for handwritten ones.

Overall, I am quite happy with it although I wish the extra USB 2.0 cable which is not included wasn't so expensive.

1-0 out of 5 stars Major disappoitment
How come no one has reviewed this printer so far ? Mmm.
In any case, the HP LaserJet 3030 All-in-One turned out to be a disappoitment. I hope I will be able to return it, it's been 31 days.

Faxing I did not have the time to try.

Scanning is very slow, even at 200 dpi. There is dithering at 300 dpi and up, when looking at pictures at their actual size, which is abnormal when scanning high quality photos. Listen, it's just abnormal that an old cheapo scanner of mine, bought 9 years ago for 100 $CA, performs 50 times better than this one.

It is also abnormal that the printer should perform the way it does with graphics (forget photos!). There is dithering which I did not get with my OLD HP printer. So if you are printing even a little graphic here and there, trust me : it will get on your nerves to see that dithering. MAJOR posterization when printing photos. Again, my old 1100 LaserJet printer performed a lot better in printing photos, and graphics. What's up with that.

The HP LaserJet 3030 All-in-One is good with printing text, as well as decent in photocopying text. If you photocopy graphics -- like when you're doing your first test with the printer, which is to photocopy a printed page -- you'll have spots of gray within the darker areas of the graphic.

The paper handling is o.k. if you are delicate with it. Speed of printing is o.k. It is not impressive.

Don't buy it. What else should you buy ? I don't know. There doesn't seem to be an obvious choice for all-in-one laser printers below 1000 $CA, even now. ... Read more

69. Brother MFC-5840CN Network Color Inkjet Multifunction Printer with Photo Capture Center
by Brother Printer
list price: $329.99
our price: $189.99
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Asin: B0002ABLDS
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 11660
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Never again print a fax accidentally on glossy paper. The MFC-5840cn includes dual paper trays - one for specialty inkjet paper, the other for plain paper. The MFC-5840cn is designed to give the small office or home office user flexibility. It includes a USB interface to directly connect to your computer and an Ethernet interface to connect to your network router to share printing, scanning, sending faxes as well as access to the PhotoCapture Center feature.

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  • USB 2.0 and Ethernet interfaces; PC and Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, scans, and faxes; PhotoCapture center for digital media
  • Up to 20 ppm print speed, up to 6,000 by 1,200 dpi resolution
  • Up to 17 cpm copy speed; dual paper trays
  • 1,200 by 2,400 dpi scan resolution, 48-bit color; 3 seconds per page faxing

Reviews (10)

3-0 out of 5 stars Works great until XP SP2 walks into the room
My home office is a mixture of Mac, Windows, and wireless network environment. The installation went well on both the Mac (OS X 10.2) and one PC (XP SP1), and I have assigned a fixed IP address to it althoug dynamic IP address works well, too.

Immediately ran into trouble of using its scanning function after I've installed the driver and MFC Pro Suite onto my 2nd PC (XP SP2). The solution center on the Brother website does not offer too much help, neither they have respond to my email. And seems like there is no certified drivers available for SP2 from Brother for the moment. So now the only way to work around it is to scan the document by using the 1st PC then transfer it to the second PC which I am using most of time.

Besides this hassle, I think this machine is the best one in the market for its price and functionalities, and I will highly appreciate if someone here can share the solution of dealing the scanning trouble with XP SP2.

4-0 out of 5 stars Great Machine!
After trying three different Multifunction machines, (2 HP's and 1 Epson) and returning them, I've finally found one that does what it is supposed to do.I currently have a Compaq laptop and Powerbook G4.This printer was a breeze to set up on both.The scanning feature is wonderful.All of my scans have come out true to the original.The fax works great, never had any trouble sending or receiving.The only problem I can come up with is that when you are printing color documents, they can be pretty slow.Overall, I am very pleased with this purchase.

5-0 out of 5 stars I'm in love
My desk at home was getting a bit crowded (a fax machine here, printer there, scanner, etc.) so I decided to do a bit of shopping around for a multi-function printer.I practically spent the whole day viewing the various printers Amazon has to offer and at the same time, reading the comments associated with these printers.I then came across this Multi-function unit that absolutely caught my eyes. I instantly loved the look of it and when I read the reviews, I was sure this is what I wanted.Am I glad I bought it on March 17, 2005.It stands so attractively on my desk waiting for me and set up is a breeze, not to mention meeting all my expectations with not even a gliche.I love it!!!

Carol,Kingston Jamaica

3-0 out of 5 stars Geek Review
* Cheap
* StandAlone Print/Scan/Fax/Copy
* Can Print/Scan/Fax/Copy over a network
* Has multimedia card reader
* Install failed to work. So I had setup everything manual.
Might need a geek to help you set this application up. One big problem I had with it is that if you are using DHCP to assign IP addresses to machines on your network. When your printer get another IP address you wont be able to print.So you have to assign it a IP address.
* Printing not that fast. Print quality is average.
* To access multimedia card you have to use FTP to connect to it.
* Photo printing on it is mediocore.

Conclusion:If you dont want spend a lot of money on multifunction printer than this is the right one for ya.

4-0 out of 5 stars A great multifunction
There are many color print/copy/scan/fax machines out there, but surprisingly few that are easily networkable. This one is. It's easy to set up the PC software on networked machines, easy to get the Brother working the network, and even easy to scan to networked computers. Easy easy easy. I was going to get an HP 7410, but CNET user reviews of the software scared me away from it. I'm happy I went with the Brother. I just wish it didn't look so much like a collection of leftover parts from Beige Plastics, Inc. ... Read more

70. HP LaserJet 4250dtn Printer with Extra 500-Sheet Tray and Auto Duplexing (Q5403A#ABA)
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,779.99
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B000591NWU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 38568
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Product Description

HP provides a variety of support options to assist you in the setup and maintenance of the HP LaserJet 4250 series printer. ... Read more


  • USB and parallel connectivity; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 45 ppm print speed; up to 1,200 dpi resolution
  • 460 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 512 MB
  • 3 paper trays, 1,100-sheet standard input capacity; automatic two-sided printing
  • HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server

71. Brother TN570 Toner Cartridge
by Brother Printer
list price: $84.99
our price: $62.99
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Asin: B0001GU81E
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Brother Printer
Sales Rank: 259
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Product Description

Brother TN-570 Toner Cartridge ... Read more


  • Genuine Brother replacement product; 1 cartridge per package
  • Monochrome black laser toner cartridge
  • Compatible with Brother MFC8220, MFC8440, MFC8840D, and MFC8840DN multifunctions
  • Also works with HL5140, HL5150D, HL5150DLT, HL5170DN printers
  • Yields up to 6,700 pages (at 5% coverage)

72. Sony DPP-FP30 Digital Photo Printer
by Sony
list price: $249.99
our price: $149.99
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Asin: B00030DER8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Sony
Sales Rank: 8836
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Why wait for the family to email photos to each other when you can print them instantly? The Sony DPP-FP30 pops out professional-quality photos quickly and easily, and it's compatible with both Windows-based PCs and PictBridge digital cameras. Speeds are a little faster when you're printing from your PC--you can expect 4-by-6-inch photo in about 90 seconds, compared to approximately 120 seconds from a digital camera's memory card. It'll only take a few clicks to make your photos look their best, thanks to the included imaging optimization software--reduce red eye, improve colors, or crop the edges.

The dye-sublimation print process incorporates special laminated paper with snap-off edges, which is available in 4-by-6 and 3.5-by-5-inch sizes. This technology allows dye-sub printers to produce great looking photos even though they're rated at lower resolution than comparably priced inkjet models. The DPP-FP30 offers 8-bit color and 300 dpi resolution, producing borderless prints that are resistant to sticky fingerprints, ink smudges, and moisture. The 20-sheet paper tray stocks just enough to make sure everyone at your party gets a print to take home. Sony includes a one-year warranty covering parts and service.

What's in the Box
Sony DPP-FP30 photo printer, SVMF40P 40-sheet paper pack, paper tray, user's guide, quick start sheet, CD-ROM with drivers and PictureGear Studio application, warranty and registration card; USB cable not included ... Read more


  • Photos are resistant to fingerprints, water, and fading
  • USB 2.0 interface, PictBridge compatible; Windows compatible
  • Dye-sublimation technology, 8-bit color, 300 dpi resolution
  • Prints a 4-by-6-inch photo in about 90 seconds to 2 minutes
  • Borderless 4-by-6 and 3.5-by-5-inch photo sizes

Reviews (7)

5-0 out of 5 stars Awesome!!!!
I've only had this printer one day but I've never seen a better one!!The pictures look as good as the ones I got from a photoshop.If I could give it more stars I would!

5-0 out of 5 stars AMAZING!
This printer is amazing. I don't know why it is so cheap. The pictures are great, it is compact, and very easy to use.

5-0 out of 5 stars great little printer
nice, small, compact printer.quality of the photos is great using dye sublimation to watch the picture come together color by color.a little time consuming, but worth it. ... Read more

73. Nokia HS-11W Bluetooth Headset
by Nokia
list price: $109.00
our price: $53.19
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Asin: B00074JWQW
Catlog: Wireless
Manufacturer: Nokia
Sales Rank: 509
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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If you have a Bluetooth phone, and you want deluxe features, look no further than the HS-11W. This headset frees you up by allowing you to handle calls directly from your headset. Plus, with its unique ear clip, it's comfortable enough to wear all day on either ear. And because it has a 30-foot range, you can leave your phone in your briefcase, purse, or across the room.

The HS-11W is easy to pair with any phone that supports the Bluetooth 1.1 specification (including the Nokia 3600, 3620, 3650, 3660, 6230, 6310i, 6600, 6620, 6651, 6820, 7610 phones, and the N-Gage and N-Gage QD game decks). You can use its Send/End button to make and disconnect calls, or use the automatic redial function for calls that don't go through. You can even control call volume directly from the headset. The HS-11W boasts up to six hours of talk time on a single charge and you'll get up to 160 hours of standby time. The headset's rechargeable lithium-ion battery charges in just three hours with the included charger.

Of course, no headset is any good if it isn't comfortable. The HS-11W has you covered there, too. A contoured ear-hook gives the headset a secure behind-the-ear fit on either ear. And with a weight of just .74 ounces, you'll forget you're even wearing it.

What's in the Box
HS-11W wireless headset, ACP-12U travel charger, rechargeable lithium-ion battery, Bluetooth pass-code card, user's manual. ... Read more


  • This headset is compatible with a wide range of phones equipped with Bluetooth wireless technology from Nokia and other manufacturers that support Bluetooth 1.1 specification.
  • Convenient to use with easily accessible answer/end button
  • Long talk time (up to 6 hours) and standby time (up to 160 hours)
  • Bluetooth wireless technology 1.1 specification
  • Comfortably changed from one ear to another - Lightweight - only 17g

Reviews (2)

3-0 out of 5 stars Nice and uncomfortable
This headset has great battery life, dedicated volume and power buttons and another button that answers and hangs up calls and activates voice dial.It has great sound quality and the microphone is clear.Also, it looks cool.It doesn't have any nerdy, annoying flashing lights.It's just slick.Judged by its features, it deserves 5 stars.I give it 3 because I can barely wear it for an hour.I wear an earpiece headset at work, sometimes all day long, without any problem.This one squeezes down so hard that it actually gets painful!I thought I would get used to it, but I've had it for 3 months now and no luck.I now wear it hanging halfway off my ear so that it can't clamp down so hard. I applaud Nokia for trying something different, but it's no good.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very slick headset
A co-woker has this headset. I got to use it with my Nokia phone today. It looks like something out of star trek but once it's on your ear you don't even notice it is there. It's super-lightweight and very sturdy. We looked funny shaking our heads trying to make it fall off but this thing stays put. Very good voice quality and nice solid design. 5 stars to Nokia for making a unique, well built headset! ... Read more

74. HP DeskJet 6540 Color Inkjet Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $159.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0002GWJD8
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 6392
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

Breakthrough speeds, easy laptop printing and addedfeatures for advanced productivity

Work more efficiently with breakthrough performanceup to 30 ppm black and up to 20 ppm color forprofessional photo quality up to 4800-optimized dpior 6-ink color. Enjoy convenient printing from laptops using front USB port, and print photos in standardand custom sizes up to 8.5x24-inch, with or withoutborders. The advanced control panel saves time withone-touch print quality selector, print cancel button and ink status display. Print more pages with high-volume ink cartridges and use up to 50% less paper in the processwith optional auto two-sided printing, automatic papertype sensor and optional 250-sheet plain paper inputtray (auto two sided printing and 250-sheet paper trayare included with the Deskjet 6540dt printer). Make easyphoto reprints and enlargements with HP photo andprinting softwarelong-lasting, professional-qualityphotos with exceptional fade resistance.

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  • 2 USB ports including 1 in front; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 30 ppm black, 20 ppm in color
  • Up to 1,200 dpi black resolution, 4,800 optimized dpi color
  • HP PhotoREt III technology, PhotoREt IV with optional photo cartridge
  • Optional printer server and wireless port, optional duplexing

Reviews (7)

1-0 out of 5 stars terrible service
My wife and I wasted hours and hours trying to get HP service. HP has outsourced customer service to several developing countries, and each time we called, the representatives were unable to locate the record of our previous call. We were told time and again that we would be contacted by a "case manager" but that never happened. After weeks of trying, it became obvious that we need to discard the product (still under warrantee) and buy a new (non-HP) product ourselves.

4-0 out of 5 stars Ink prices aren't too bad
As long as you buy your cartridges mail-order rather than locally, it's not too bad. Black cartridges cost me about 3.5 cents per page, and the color cartridges about 7 cents per page. By comparison, my Samsung ML6060 laser printer costs about 1.7 cents per page for toner, about half the per-page cost (which is typical for a laser printer).

We put this thing onto a factory floor because the HP flatbed feed mechanism is bullet-proof and it's fast. We did not put a laser printer there because we are feeding glossy pre-printed sheets into the thing and a laser printer would have melted the coating on the glossy sheets (this thing basically is printing serial numbers and activation keys onto jumped up warranty cards). I looked at buying one for my house, but I'm not sure that the low quality of the photo printing will be acceptable to me. I need to replace my (basically disposable) Epson C84 printer because it's started spewing black ink everywhere, and while I tried to clean out all the various sponges and wipers and such that are supposed to wipe the black print head's nose, it's still dropping globs of ink at random on my pages. I've never had any problem of that sort with an HP inkjet printer. They're solid and bulletproof. So if I can't manage to get my C84 working again, I may end up getting an HP inkjet after all, despite my reservations about their photo printing.

2-0 out of 5 stars Fast but drinks ink like a fish. Hope you have deep pockets.
This printer does a good job like all the HP Deskjets I have owned. No problems there. My other HP Deskjets would start up automatically but this one?Sometimes it does, sometimes it doesn't. Tech service was no help. My biggest complaint is the ink! The cartridges for this thing are the most expensive HP offers and there are no generics out there yet. To make matters worse it drinks ink like a fish! I think HP is trying to make too much money on the ink these days. My next printer will not be an HP.

4-0 out of 5 stars Fast
This is a good quality printer.We needed something that would spit out pages quickly, and this printer doesn't dissapoint.Also, it seems to be a well built unit.If you're wanting something that will print out text real quickly, and do some fair quality color images in your print outs, then I'd recommend this.

For those that are complaining about the photos, I have a suggestion - purchase a true photo printer.I'd recommend Canon over HP in that department.

3-0 out of 5 stars Great Printer but Auto Power On feature missing - all 6500's
Purchased the Australian version of this printer,

Ours arrives with the base duplexer wich works well but pauses a little between flipping paper.

Super fast printing on Fast draft which is great.

Picture quality is very good with standard color cartridge compared to the old HP930 must be really great with the Photo cartridge.

Has Auto Power off feature to save power - but is Now missing the Auto ON Power feature the old HP930 had, so it lost two points because of this as the printer is not near the computer.
If you go to HP Web site on this matter be sure to scroll all the way down to see the true note regarding the Auto On Feature. ... Read more

75. 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

76. Okidata C5150N LED COLOR PRINTER 12PPM ( 62421701 )
by Okidata Corp. (Domestic)
list price: $449.99
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Asin: B0002D6PUY
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Okidata Corp. (Domestic)
Sales Rank: 12265
Average Customer Review: 5.0 out of 5 stars
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Okidata offers an affordable digital color desktop printer that's network-ready and engineered for greater productivity. For professionals who keep a close eye on their image as well as the bottom line, the compact OKI C5150n is like two printers in one: It combines fast, high-quality OKI color and monochrome output with a low purchase price and low cost per page, so it can take the place of slower color inkjet and mono machines—and stretch your budget. How? LED technology provides laser sharpness at a low cost--the design is similar in concept to laser printing, but an LED digital printhead is used as the light source.

The OKI C5150n printer turns out up to 12 full-color and 20 mono pages per minute, with the first color page printing in just 14 seconds, the first black-and-white page in as little as 9 seconds. And those are crisp, bright pages at 1,200 x 600 dpi resolution (print speeds under ideal conditions).

The OKI C5150n has a standard paper capacity of 400 sheets (300-sheet paper tray and built-in 100-sheet multipurpose tray for labels, envelopes, transparencies, and card stock up to 110 lb.). That can expand to 930 sheets with an optional 530-sheet second tray—and more sheets means fewer user interventions. What's more, with an OKI C5150n you can print on banner-size sheets up to 8.5 by 47.24 inches. And, with its optional duplexer, you can produce two-sided pages at close to rated engine speeds.

With high-speed USB connectivity, your workgroup can share the advantages and efficiencies of this productivity-enhancing printer. An internal OkiLAN 10/100 Base-T print server enables industry-standard network protocols and enhances network management through access to printer menu settings. OKI is so confident in the reliable performance of the C5150n that it provides an industry-leading five-year warranty on the four color printheads, and a one-year limited printer warranty with Overnight Exchange and optional coverage extensions.

What's in the Box
C5150n printer, starter toner cartridges (cyan, magenta, yellow, and black), power cable, user guide and set-up guide, warranty information; printer cable not included ... Read more


  • LED technology for laser-sharp 1,200 x 600 resolution
  • Up to 12 ppm color, 20 ppm monochrome print speed
  • 32 MB standard, expandable to 288 MB
  • 10/100 Base-T Internal Ethernet Print Server
  • USB 2.0 interface, PC and Mac compatible

Reviews (5)

5-0 out of 5 stars High Quality, Low Price
This is an excellent printer.
- It is easy to service and change cartridges
- The toner is reasonably priced
- The print quality is outstanding.It produces a glossy finish on the page, so for presentations etc they look great.Pictures are above average, but not photo quality...that is what Costco at 19cents a print is for :)
- It is quiet (MUCH quieter than the HP2550)
- It prints fast and does not take forever to warm up (about 15-20 seconds)
- It has a straight paper path (no noise from a cycling drum)
- It has a good paper tray that does not cause jams.
- It came with a good amount of toner in the original cartridges.I am not sure if they were full or not, but I got LOTS of prints out of them.So did my kids :)
In general it has proven to be a great printer and I have no regrets.It was on sale, with a rebate, and I had a coupon so I paid a litle over 400 dollars.
Highly recommended.

5-0 out of 5 stars User Review of the Okidata 5150 Color Laser Printer
Prior to purchasing the Okidata 5150N color laser printer, my wife and I spent several hours on the web searching for user reviews of color laser printers.Based on only a few user reviews (all positive) of the Okidata 5150N color laser printer, we purchased this printer.We are delighted that we made the purchase.This printer takes the place of Epson inkjet printers that were continually suffering clogged heads if not used for a week or so and for which purchasing the inkjet cartridges was a frequent and expensive necessity.

From the moment we arrived home with our Okidata 5150N the entire experience of unpacking it and installing it has been a pleasure because of the care and attention to detail shown by Okidata in their packing of the printer and in the clear installation instructions which they provide (with separate manuals in six different languages!).We had our color laser unpacked, hooked up, and printing within 20 minutes.Installation of the drivers and other software provided on three CD's by Okidata with the printer was fast and straightforward.The printer was installed on a USB 2.0 hub attached to a P4 running Windows XP Pro SP2.By installing the Okidata drivers for the 5150N on our other two networked computers, we were quickly able to begin using the printer on those computers as well. Note that the 5150N also comes complete with an ethernet print server as well which is rare for a color laser printer in this price range.

We have been extremely pleased with the speed and quality of the prints made on the 5150N. This includes both text, business color graphics including web pages, and color photos printed on Hammermill laser photo paper.While Okidata thoughtfully provides a utility for color matching which is useful in printing photos, I have found that the auto color setting of the 5150N also does an excellent job on photos as well as everything else. In fact, the Okidata 5150N does almost as good a job with photos as my Canon i9900 photo inkjet printer which I believe represents the current state-of-the-art in consumer level inkjet photo printers.

If you are used to printing large jobs of many pages on an inkjet printer, you will be really impressed with the speed of the 5150N. My 5150N is in Power Save mode (using 20 watts only) for most of the time since it is used only occasionally by my wife and I for print jobs, but the first page rolls out in about 20 seconds after clicking on print on our computers and the speed with which the remaining pages appear is a joy to behold.We anticipate that the cost per page of using the 5150N will be significantly less than that of using any inkjet printer.

The physical size of the 5150N is noteworthy and a clear level desk space area is necessary for locating the printer.The construction quality of the printer is first rate, and the printer driver provided by Okidata is straight forward, includes lots of features for enhancing printing, and runs flawlessly.

We have now printed several hundred pages of images, graphics, and text on several different weights of paper without a single paper jam or other problems.

I highly recommend this printer to anyone considering the purchase of a color laser writer.

5-0 out of 5 stars Great Color Printer For The Price
I bought this printer to replace my older Minolta color laser printer for several reasons, the most important being that the Okidata will do a maximum of 12 color ppm vs. the Minolta's 4 color ppm. You just can't get better than this for the price.

The color photos are pretty good but I have a good high quality color injet photo printer. For everything else I use this one now. Color printing is cheaper than inkjet printers over the long run. It has built-in networking and setup over my wifi was snap!

I'm pretty happy with it but there are just a few things about it that I do not like. They are:

1. You have to set the multi-purpose manually. Most printers will print whatever is on the MP tray first but this one doesn't. Of course, it could be my mistake.

2. The MP tray is kind of tricky to pull out and use. For one thing, there is a large lever that one would assume is the MP tray but is really the release lever for the top of the printer to do things like remove paper jams and which gives you access to all of the toners. You actually have to grip the MP tray on both sides and pull down. Then you have to pull part of it out towards you and then pull out the extension. Before you close it, you have to basically fold back up the MP tray.

3. There is no default black and white print setting. You have to set it on grayscale.

Apart from these little irritations, it's a very good printer and I would recommend it.

5-0 out of 5 stars EXCELLENT customer/tech support and EXCELLENT printer!
Everything about this printer is VERY good - quality, speed, ease of use.
However, just be careful when you change cartridge -- it can get messy and the printer is very sensitive to cleaniness! I had problems changing cartridge twice that I needed to call tech support. Both times, I received EXCELLENT support service -- detail, no waiting, responsive, professional.

5-0 out of 5 stars Very Happy with Printer
I did a lot of research on color laser printers and chose the Okidata because it said it did heavy cardstock, which I print on a lot.I have been very pleased w/the printer.Its been 2 months and I just replaced the black cartridge, the colors are still the starter cartridges.I've printed a lot of color flyers and letterhead for my business and it prints great!The only thing I find frustrating is if I change media (which I go from envelopes to greeting cards to letter and legal size paper) I have to manually hit the online button when the printer default media size doesn't match the file media size for it to print from the Manual Feed Tray.My HP laser automatically prints from the MF tray if the types don't match.It may just be operator error, but I have to change the default print settings in the control panel everytime I work with different media so I can print several files and walk away and know I don't have to sit and hit the online button for each file.But I've no complaint other than that, I love the print texture, its much richer than my HP, slightly glossy, which looks more formal on my envelopes and cards.Very little offsetting (I actually haven't noticed any yet), which was also a problem w/my HP.I would definitely recommend this printer! ... Read more

77. Kodak EasyShare Printer Dock (Series 3)
by Kodak Digital
list price: $149.95
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Asin: B0007KQWGE
Catlog: Photography
Manufacturer: Kodak Digital
Sales Rank: 321
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Product Description



  • Compatible with Imagelink Print System and PictBridge-enabled digital cameras
  • Easy one-touch printing for real Kodak quality photos
  • Create durable, waterproof pictures that last a lifetime
  • Use with or without a computer
  • Recharges battery in about 3.5 hours

78. HP OfficeJet 4215 All-in-One Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $123.00
our price: Too low to display
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Asin: B0001M3W7A
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 1696
Average Customer Review: 4.0 out of 5 stars
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Product Description

OfficeJet 4215 Color All-In-One Printer, Print/Copy/Scan/Fax ... Read more


  • USB interface, PC and Mac compatible
  • Prints, copies, scans, and faxes
  • Up to 17 ppm black, 12 ppm color
  • 600 x 1,200 dpi hardware scan resolution, 36-bit color
  • Up to 100 copies; full-color faxing

Reviews (17)

4-0 out of 5 stars Solid Performer for exactly 1 year
The print cartridge carriage jammed both times when I replaced print cartridges. I worked with an online tech and the end result is that it needs to be replaced. It's sad because it worked great for exactly one year.

Here's what I liked about it: met my needs for sporadic faxing of 1-2 pages, good for scanning text, printed well even though it was a bit noisy, and copy quality was fine. It was easy to set up and easy to use. Also doesn't take up much space.

It's a great value for the money. I may end up buying the exact same machine a second time.

5-0 out of 5 stars 100 Bucks?You Have to be Kidding Me!
What a bargain!Buy this product if you need a fax/printer/copier/scanner for your home office.You can't go wrong.Inexpensive, small (compact) and does everything it is supposed to do, as advertised.

If you need these things, and have $100, don't even hesitate, click on "Add to Shopping Cart," you won't be disappointed.

Concerned about the cost of ink?Well, good luck with ANY printer, that's where they make their money.

5-0 out of 5 stars Excellent Printer
This printer is one of the top rated multi-function printers on CNET. They have given it high remarks for its print quality for both text and photo. I had a Canon S900 which is known as being an excellent photo printer but recently died on me. I wanted a printer that I consolidate my fax, printer and scanner all into one. There are no other printers currently out there for the price of this one with the same features that have the same quality. It is extremely fast using the FAST DRAFT mode for general black text printing. I have printed a few color prints at the highest settings and was really impressed. The prints are extremely high quality and better than my previous printers that I had that were EPSON and HPs. I have not run into any paper-jam issues like some owners have stated on Amazon and hope I will not have the paper-jams issues that were mentioned by them. Overall, an excellent printer which the pro's at CNET also agree.

1-0 out of 5 stars Don't buy this one
paper jams constantly.....basically have to feed a 1 month old printer 1 sheet at a time....unacceptable piece of junk....

3-0 out of 5 stars Good Enough
Good points: Very compact, great price, suprisingly good text quality, good fax interface, good-enough copying, good looks.Generous packaging:print cable (surprise!), phone cord, phone line splitter, etc.
Bad points: Bad up-take from the paper tray, no direct-from-camera printing, unacceptable quality on scanned photos, can't effectively print envelopes or heavy paper, seems rather cheaply made -- I fear about its life expectancy.

The Bad Points are serious considerations, but the 4215xi still a great buy for $80.So, it's good enough for me.I gave it three stars but I'm a tough grader, and there was no "half star" option. ... Read more

79. HP PhotoSmart 375B Compact Photo Printer with Battery
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $319.00
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Asin: B0002X1PFE
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 6164
Average Customer Review: 3.0 out of 5 stars
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Print and share the fun almost anywherewithout a computerwith the lightweight, portable HP Photosmart 375B Compact Photo Printer with rechargeable battery. Preview and edit on the big, 2.5-inch flip-up display, then print 4 x 6-inch color photos.True-to-life 4 x 6 photos... Conveniently print crisp, true-to-life, 4 x 6-inch color photos up to 4800-optimized dpi color. Organize, edit, enhance, and fix digital photos on computer with HP Image Zone Software. Professional-quality black-and-white photos with richer blacks and grays available with purchase of HP 100 Gray Photo Inkjet Print Cartridge; not included, sold separately.Portable and fun... Small, lightweight, and portableNow you can print and share memories with friendsperfect for on-the-spot photos away from AC outlets at home, as well as at parties, games, on vacation, and more. Battery has enough power to print up to 75 photos!Big 2.5-inch image display... Preview, select, and enhance photos before you print. Adjustable 2.5-inch flip-up image display and buttons make it easy to rotate, crop, zoom, and fix red-eye on photos and digital camera video clips, and delete unwanted shots from memory cards.Photos with or without a PC... Print 4 x 6-inch color photos with or without your computer using camera memory cards3 or direct print with the front USB port and PictBridge-enabled cameras.Print 4 x 6-inch color photos from digital camera video clips. Use your camera's memory ... Read more


  • 1 USB port, 4 memory card slots; PC/Mac compatible
  • Up to 4,800 x 1,200 optimized dpi resolution
  • 2.5-inch color LCD preview monitor
  • PhotoREt III technology; HP internal battery
  • Direct printing, PictBridge, optional Bluetooth; video printing

Reviews (6)

1-0 out of 5 stars Does not work out of the box
I am an IT professional (BSIT) and I bought this product because it is rated #1 by Consumer Reports and I own several HP printers that I really enjoy. However, I had the same experience as several other reviewers of this product. This printer simply does not work out of the box. After trying for 1 day I gave up and called HP customer service and they diagnosed the problem as a defective chip in the printer. They wanted to replace the printer with a refurbished one; I refused and threatened to return it back to Amazon. I was placed on hold and then told that I would receive a firmware upgrade via FedEx overnight. If this upgrade does not work I will be forced to return the printer to Amazon.

Deeply disappointed,

1-0 out of 5 stars Piece of Garbage
I had the same experience as another reviewer of the product. this printer does not work out of the box. After trying for 2 days I gave up and called HP customer service and they diagnosed the problem as a defective chip in the printer. They wanted to replace the printer with a refurbised one; I refused and returned it back to Amazon.

1-0 out of 5 stars Doesn't Work Out Of The Box
I bought an HP Photosmart 375B from a major reseller.I spent hours trying to get my HP computer to recognize the 375B including uninstalling my all-in-one HP printer.I called HP Customer Service and they told me the firmware within the printer is defective.They promised to send a relpacement printer within 10 days.At 10 days, I got a call stating the 375's are backordered.At 19 days, I got my printer.Clearly labelled on the box is "REFURBISHED / REPAIRED".I called HP Customer Service and told them how if I wanted a refurb I would have bought one and can I please have a new printer since that is what I paid for and I never was able to use the defective one anyway.They said no, that is our policy.I can't return the printer to where I bought it either because the 30 day return period expired because of the HP backorder delay.I believe HP knowingly released to the market defective product to meet their sales goals and am disgusted that I am forced to settle for used when I paid for new.

5-0 out of 5 stars More fun with digital photography!
This great little printer brings the magic of Polaroid pictures to the world of digital photography. I got it shortly before Christmas and then when we had the great day with the kids and grandchildren we found that we could easily print pictures from each of three different cameras and share them on the spot. Needless to say, the grandchildren were the most 'shot'. Everyone went home to their faraway places with current pictures in hand - not in the camera! My daughter-in-law, who is heavy into scrapbooking, decided she had to have one.

I bought this printer on the basis of a comparison study in The Wall Street Journal and have been more than satisfied. The editing is easy and thorough, the color rendition is excellent and the printing easy to set up for a series of pictures and more than acceptably fast. One word of caution - the color rendition is honest and will show you if your camera is lacking - my old camera was. With a new Nikon D70, the color comes out accurate and truly vivid. I cannot wait to take this little machine to our next family gathering or to the next wedding we are invited to attend. Imagine, being able to send the couple away on their honeymoon with a nice set of wedding pictures in hand!

Buy this printer and you will never regret it.

5-0 out of 5 stars Portable Photo Print Shop Made EASY!
Imagine printing photos where ever you are with this Photo Printer. It comes with a power cord to use it in a powered setup and that allows you to charge the re-chargeable battery.Unplugged and with the battery installed, prepare to get over 70 photos from a single charge... about the same number of photos from the tri-color ink cartridge that comes in the box. It's compact design makes it easy to carry along with you to get the instant results from taking photos.

After looking at some of the other brands of 4 x 6 printers, I decided that this was the most flexible, easy-to-use and versatile printer among Epson's Picturemate (too bulky, very difficult to decipher screen instructions, no way to see your photos before printing, and leaky ink cartridge), Lexmark's 4 x 6 printer --- (also bulky, confusing menus on the screen and misleading "count-down" clock when it begins to print a photo)and Canon's you-need-a-television-to-see-your-photos dye-sub printer or "battery-wasting" pict-bridge connection

Not only can you see the photo you're going to print on the HP PhotoSmart 375, you can edit (without a computer)it in ways that are impossible on the others mentioned above. Zoom all over the photo image from 1.0x to5.0x ... the printer actually warns you if the image may not have enough file behind it to produce a quality photo. It allows you to print either with borders at 4 x 6 or borderless -- a single 4 x 6 or two 4 x 3 photos or four 2 x 3 photos on a single sheet of photo paper...The results are great and allow you to print your own postcards to send to the folks back home when you take this little gem on your next vacation.

I brought this HP PhotoSmart printer along with me to a friend's house for Thanksgiving dinner. The festivities were captured on my digital camera and then printed on the spot.Everyone left with fond memories of Thanksgiving 2004... no waiting for developing or sending files via email.

Need a passport photo?The PhotoSmart 375 also will print various sizes of two on a page photos.

Want your color photos in black & white or sepia? just toggle a setting and hit the print key.

It also has 6 pre-installed "borders"/ frames that you can select from 16 colors.

Buy TWO... one for you and give one to your best friend!And make sure you get the one with the rechargeable battery, 'cause you'll be taking this wherever you bring your camera. ... Read more

80. HP LaserJet 4250N Monochrome Network Printer
by Hewlett Packard Office
list price: $1,572.00
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Asin: B00064C5XU
Catlog: CE
Manufacturer: Hewlett Packard Office
Sales Rank: 8399
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HP provides a variety of support options to assist you in the setup and maintenance of the HP LaserJet 4250 series printer. ... Read more


  • USB and parallel connectivity; PC and Mac compatible
  • Up to 45 ppm print speed; up to 1,200 dpi resolution
  • 460 MHz processor, 64 MB memory, expandable to 512 MB
  • 600-sheet standard input capacity
  • HP Jetdirect Fast Ethernet embedded print server

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