Summary: The Canon Pixma MX860's auto-document feeder, large LCD screen, and quick print speeds are sure to increase your productivity, but it also includes plenty of software to nourish your creative interests. At $199, this multifunctional printer earns our recommendation.
Pros: Large 2.5-inch LCD; built-in memory card reader; stylish design; robust software suite; fast output.
Summary: If you can live with the Canon Pixma MX860's conservative, bulky design and slightly complicated setup, you'll find it offers decent document printing speeds over Wi-Fi, as well as the best quality of any $199 business all-in-one printer. Although we chose the Kodak ESP 7 as our Editors' Choice winner, thanks to its sleeker design, easier setup, and less expensive ink supplies, the MX860 remains a strong choice because of its image quality.
Summary: Canon's Pixma MX860 colour inkjet multifunction printer is a nicely equipped, moderately priced machine that would serve a small office well. Its older cousin, the Canon Pixma MX700, is faster and a little cheaper, but has fewer features.
Summary: Another Multi Function unit (it has Fax) silver grey with a broad black stripe around the top edge, so sad to say it will never pass the lounge police. However as an office machine there is little wrong with it.
Excerpt: The Pixma MX860 is Canon's latest high-end A4 business inkjet, with built-in 10/100 Ethernet and 802.11b/g wireless networking, an automatic duplexer and duplex scanning from the ADF. It uses five cartridges, including both pigment- and dye-based black for optimal performance on both standard and photographic paper. It also has a memory card reader and a PictBridge USB port that will let you scan and print documents using a USB drive.