Top ten printers for October 2009

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To help our readers with their purchasing decisions, the staff has put together a top ten list of the most viewed printers on our site for the month of October 2009.  They aren’t necessarily the best or most popular printers but they are the printers that you, the visitors of our site, are searching and viewing.

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1. Canon Pixma MX330   (previously #1)  The Pixma MX330 is a solid choice for those consumers looking for a home office printer around $100.  It’s a 4-in-1 device that does everything decently well – if not great – and it is visually appealing. Canon Pixma MX330 review 
Canon Pixma MP560 2. Canon Pixma MP560 – (new to the list) – The Pixma MP560, successor to the Pixma MP620, is the most compact Canon inkjet to feature both wireless capabilities as well as automatic duplexing. The MP560 was also the first Pixma to print directly from a USB Flash drive. The MP560 offers borderless 4×6 prints in 39 seconds, a 2.0 inch LCD and the ChromaLife100+ five-color ink tank system. Canon Pixma MP560 review

3.HP Photosmart C4780 (previously #3) – The Photosmart C4780 AIO is a 3-in-1 device with print, scan and copy capabilities. It features print speeds up to 29 ppm, built-in Wi-Fi, the HP TouchSmart panel, a memory card reader, and laser quality text output. The Photosmart C4780 also uses HP Original recycled ink cartridges, made from at least 50 percent recycled materials. HP Photosmart C4780 review

4.  Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II (previously #5) – The Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II is a second generation printer featuring 10 individual ink tanks, two paper feeding options, the new Ambient Light Correction feature, a print resolution up to 4800 x 2400 dpi, and a PictBridge port. Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II review 

Canon Pixma MP620

5. Canon Pixma MP620 (previously #2) –  The Canon Pixma MP620 All-In-One inkjet photo printer is one busy little machine.  It’s packed with a scanner, copier, two paper trays, a built-in card reader and Wireless Network capability and decent print speeds for $150. Canon Pixma MP620 review 

6.  Epson Stylus NX515 (previously #4) – The stylish Stylus NX515 All-in-One features fast print speeds, 4×6 photos in 20 seconds, a 2.5” tilt-screen LCD, Ethernet and wireless connectivity, and DURABrite Ultra pigment-based ink. Epson Stylus NX515 review

7. HP Photosmart Premium Fax AIO (previously #7) – The Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One (AIO) is the first available DLNA Certified printer on the market allowing users to print wirelessly from PlayStation3 and other unique devices. Oh, and did we mention it received an Editor’s Choice award from HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One review

8.  HP Photosmart Plus (new to the list) – The Photosmart Plus AIO has print, scan and copy capabilities while offering print speeds up to 29 pages per minute (ppm), individual ink tanks, a TouchSmart panel, built-in Wi-Fi, an auto-engaging photo tray and HP’s Photo Print Gadget.  HP Photosmart Plus overview

Epson Workforce 600 9. Epson Workforce 600 (previously #6)  The Epson WorkForce 600 is a sleek all-in-one inkjet printer that combines excellent performance with easy-to-use wireless features for the street price of $150. Epson Workforce 600 review 

10. Lexmark X6650 (previously #9) – The Lexmark X6650 is a feature-rich all-in-one inkjet printer that doesn’t break the bank. This printer features a built-in scanner, copier, fax machine, photo printer with a built-in card reader and has Wireless Network capability to boot for less than $150. Lexmark X6650 review 



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