Imaging & Printing Reviews

Fujitsu ScanSnap SV600 
Review: Brother MFC-J4710DW 
Brother’s MFC-J4710DW inkjet all-in-one looks to cover every printing need a small office could possibly have at an affordable price.
Review: Canon imageClass MF4890dw 
A low-cost mono MFP that combines fast print speeds with a useful array of features.
Review: Fujitsu ScanSnap iX500 
Fujitsu’s ScanSnap iX500 is as multitalented as desktop scanners come.
Review: Canon ImageFormula P-208 
Portable duplex scanners usually come at a premium, but Canon’s little P-208 offers this and more for far less than the competition.
Review: Brother DS-600 
Smaller than a duty-free Toblerone, Brother’s DSmobile 600 takes mobile scanning to the next level.
Review: Oki MC770dnfax     
Oki’s MC700 Series of colour all-in-ones aim to offer enterprise printing at a price SMBs can afford.
Review: Lexmark CX410de 
Lexmark’s CX410de colour MFP sits at the lower end of a new, 18-strong range of laser MFPs.
Review: Kyocera FS-C2626MFP 
Kyocera’s A4-format FS-C2626MFP is aimed at SMBs and workgroups.
Review: HP OfficeJet 7110 
HP’s OfficeJet 7110 is targeted at any small business looking to cut marketing costs by bringing print production in-house.
Samsung HMX-U20, a surprisingly cheap pocket video camera 
It can't quite match the polish of the Flip range of cameras, but it's very good for the money.
Review: HP Envy 100 e-All-in-One 
HP wants to bring some glamour to the all-in-one printer market with this sleek little number.
Flip UltraHD advances tempered by retrograde steps 
Flip upgrades its tiny UltraHD pocket camcorder to spectacular effect.
First look: the tiny new Apple TV 
Canon Pixma iP4850 - the king of inkjet printers 
Without doing an awful lot new, the iP4850 tops other home printers.
Why Creative's Vado HD 3rd Gen is our latest A-list pocket camera 
Improved quality and an attractive price help Creative catch up with its main rival.
Olympus' PEN E-PL1, a retro-styled Micro Four Thirds camera  
With more sensible pricing, the latest addition to the PEN range is definitely a step in the right direction
Lexmark's business C734dn laser may be quick, but is let down by high running costs 
A low-cost colour laser with fast colour printing and good expansion options, but running costs are high
Stunning print quality at a decent price places Canon Pixma MX870 on our highly recommended list 
Good speed and a huge array of features, but it’s the print quality that makes this such an attractive all-in-one
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Issue: 337 | April 2015

CRN Magazine looks in-depth at the emerging issues and developments for the channel, and provides insight, analysis and strategic information to help resellers better run their businesses.