Best multifunction printers

The best multifunction printers on the Australian market

If you're running a home office or small business you'll need a multifunction printer, for scanning documents, copying print-outs or sending an occasional fax. We've compiled a list of our favourite multifunction printers — both inkjet and laser — at all price points.

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Fuji Xerox Australia WorkCentre 4250

Fuji Xerox's WorkCentre 4250 business multifunction printer is heavy but surprisingly compact. It is easy to operate thanks to a good touchscreen interface, and, most importantly, it prints very quickly.

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  • 13th May, 2010
  • Campbell Simpson
  • Fuji Xerox Australia
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  • Pros:
  • Fast printing speeds, very low cost per page
  • Cons:
  • High initial price tag
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