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Epson Stylus SX525WD

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Something of a budget all-in-one, this machine still has most of the essentials. It doesn't have an ADF, but there is a multi-format memory card slot and a neatly designed, fold-out control panel with a 63mm LCD. The 150-sheet paper cassette is conveniently at the front and the printer can print duplex pages as standard. Wireless connections are supported, and the printer can produce pages at up to 13ppm and double sided ones at over 7spm. Print quality is fair and running costs are low at 1.9p and 5.9p for black and colour pages.

Epson Stylus SX525WD inkjet printer
Reg Rating 80%
Price £60
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HP Envy 100

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This is HP's attempt to build an all-in-one for the living room. Designed more like a DVD player than a printer, it includes a glass top to its flatbed scanner and an 83mm touchscreen. It supports wireless connections and feeds paper from its skimpy 80-sheet tray to a support which swings out when you print. Surprisingly, the printer supports duplex, though duplex pages print slowly, at around 4spm. Print quality is good on both plain and photo paper though running costs, at 4.1p and 9.1p, are nothing special. Given the asking price, you're paying more for looks than functionality.

HP Envy 100 inkjet printer
Reg Rating 70%
Price £149
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