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Multifunction Machines. How well do these machines work, are there any particular brand I should stay away fro

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Post time: 2013-7-12 16:01:01 |Show all posts
Multifunction Machines. How well do these machines work, are there any particular brand I should stay away fro

Post time: 2013-7-12 18:41:21 |Show all posts

What's the question? Any PC is multifunction machine ... I think... you need to be more specific.

Post time: 2013-7-12 17:21:20 |Show all posts
Multifunction printers work really well depending on the brand you get.
PC magazine rated Lexmark printers as the most unreliable printer. HP and Canon were rated the most reliable. There are both pros and cons to buying an all-in-one printer.
Pros:
Cheaper than buying everything individaully
Copy, scan, print, fax functions easily accesible from one machine.
Saves space.
Practical and efficient.
Cons
Scan resolution on all-in-one machines (up to 4800x4800 on some models) is not as high as a seperate, individual scanner (around 4800x9600).
If the scanning mechanism breaks, you lose the copy feature as well.
I owned the HP 2575 printer, scanner, copier for over a year and never had any problems with it. I sold it so that I could by the newer HP C5180 printer, copier, scanner and have had it for a couple of months and have had no problems.
Basically, all-in-one machines are great. They're cheaper than buying each machine individually and they work fine. I recommend the HP All-In-Ones because they have a higher scan resolution than other brands. Most brands have a simple 1200x2400dpi resolution. The nice HP's have a 4800x4800 resolution.
If you print, copy, and scan look into the HP C5180.
If you want print, copy, scan, and fax look into the HP C6180.
If you are more into the business frame of mind, look into the HP OJ6310.
Happy looking!
HP C5180
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