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HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus

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This is a heavyweight office inkjet, designed to go head-to-head with budget colour laser multi-function jobs. Controlled by a 109mm touchscreen and with a 250-sheet main paper tray, there's the option of a second tray of the same capacity. The machine can print at up to 12ppm, including processing time, and still manages to produce very good quality print on plain and photo paper. HP's business inkjet engine has two printheads, each supplied by separate, high-capacity ink tanks. This gives very low running costs of 0.8p for black and 3.3p for colour - the best you'll find here.

HP Officejet Pro 8500A Plus inkjet printer
Reg Rating 90%
Price £199
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Kodak ESP C310

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This is one of Kodak's range of budget all-in-ones, which feature a conventional four-ink setup. Running costs are still a key feature of the Kodak range and you should be able to print a black page for 1.2p and a colour one for 3.9p. The machine itself is more practical than elegant, but still offers a small fixed LCD display set into its top cover and wireless printing. Paper feeds from back to front at up to 3.8ppm, which is quite slow. Print quality is good on both plain paper and when printing photos, so overall the printer represents good value.

Kodak ESP C310 inkjet printer
Reg Rating 70%
Price £80
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