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Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4535 DWF

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This is one of Epson’s new fleet of office inkjets, but is included as it still produces a more than reasonable photo. If you have a home office, but still want to be able to print images, it offers the functions of both. You can load plain and photo paper at the same time and the machine includes an ADF for its scanner and fax functions. There’s a PictBridge socket and fast print, with a 15 x 10cm photo coming through in under 45s. Photos look bright, but not unnatural, and running costs are very competitive. It’s available for under £200.

Epson Workforce Pro WP-4535
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Price £300
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HP Photosmart 5510

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It’s perfectly possible to get a good photo all-in-one for £60 at Internet discounted prices and this is a key offering from HP. Even though it’s inexpensive, it has some grown-up features, like wireless connection with WPS setup, touch screen control and memory card slots. There’s ePrint, too, if you like printing photos with little control, when you’re out. A 15 x 10cm photo prints in just over a minute and although you lose some economy through the lack of separate colour cartridges, running costs overall are fair. Photo quality is surprisingly good, though with a slight blue cast.

HP Photosmart 5510
Reg Rating 80%
Price £69
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