The SCX-5312F is a laser-based MFD equipped with a 12 page per minute print engine. It offers 1200dpi resolution printing and is duplex capable. A flatbed 600dpi scanner and 33.6Kbps fax provide standalone copy and fax functions and Samsung provides a full three-year onsite warranty. A one-touch Toner Save button reduces toner consumption by 30 per cent and extends the life of the printer's 6,000-page toner cartridge to about 7,800 pages. It includes a 30-page automatic document feeder, 40 1-Touch Dial Locations, and 72-hour memory backup system.
Samsung Electronics Australia: 02 9763 9700.
HP's latest Deskjet printer/scanner/copier, the PSC 2110 all-in-one, offers up to 14 pages per minute (black text in draft mode) or 10ppm colour. The printing function is capable of up to 4800dpi (optimised) using the optional six-ink printing, which allows it to be used for photo printing. The PSC 2110 boasts a 600x1200dpi scanner and can be used as a standalone copier.
The HP PSC 2210 is a 1200x1200dpi printer combined with a 1200x2400dpi scanner. HP has added extra functionality in the form of four digital camera memory card slots, enabling it to print images direct from the camera. The slots are compatible with CompactFlash, SmartMedia, Secure Digital and Sony Memory Stick.
RRP: $699 (PSC 2110); $549 (PSC 2210).
HP Australia: 13 23 47.
The Lexmark X75 All-In-One is the successor to the $299 X73 that threw down the gauntlet to the market. The X75 is a printer/scanner/copier based on a 2400x1200dpi inkjet printer and 600x1200dpi flatbed scanner. It is both Windows and Mac-compatible and comes only with USB connectivity. Lexmark rates it at 11 pages per minute for black text and up to 6 pages per minute for colour.
The Lexmark X83 is one step up from the X75, providing slightly faster printing speeds (12ppm black text, 6ppm colour) and includes standalone copying functions.
RRP: $349 (X75); $449 (X83).
Lexmark Australia: 1300 362 192.
The imageCLASS MPC600F offers up to 17ppm black and 12ppm colour bubblejet printing, Super G3 fax, 600x1200dpi scanner and colour copier with ADF, and an all-in-one compact body. It offers both parallel and USB connection but does not support Macintosh. Images can be reduced to 25 per cent or enlarged to 400 per cent. The copy function can provide mirror image, image repeat or entire document copying and the copier and fax can be used standalone. Canon will unveil a $499 version, the MPC400F, on November 1.
Canon Australia: 02 9805 2000.