Featured

Flexible Networking and High Accuracy with HP’s ScanJet Pro 4500 fn1 Network Scanner

Flexible Networking and High Accuracy with HP’s ScanJet Pro 4500 fn1 Network Scanner

The flagship in HP’s line of flatbed ScanJet Pro document scanners, the 4500 fn1 Network Scanner ($899) is similar in many ways to the ScanJet Pro 3500 f1 Flatbed Scanner. Unlike its less-expensive sibling, though, the 4500 is networkable via both Ethernet and Wi-Fi, scans faster, and has a higher daily duty cycle. It’s also quicker than the Editors’ Choice Canon imageFormula DR-2020U,... [Read more]

Comfort and Multiple Device Paring with Logitech’s MK850 Performance Wireless Combo

Comfort and Multiple Device Paring with Logitech’s MK850 Performance Wireless Combo

Unless you buy an upscale gaming or some other specialized PC, chances are the keyboard and mouse that comes with your new computer is boringly and often uncomfortably basic, and more than likely wired via separate USB cables for both devices. If you spend a lot of time typing and mousing around, you might want to consider something easier on your wrists and fingers, such as the Logitech MK850 Performance... [Read more]

Local Backups and 4K Ultra HD Media Streaming with Seagate’s Personal Cloud (3TB)

Local Backups and 4K Ultra HD Media Streaming with Seagate’s Personal Cloud (3TB)

If you’ve been in the information technology (IT) business as long as we have, we’re sure that you marvel at the evolution of its terminology the same way we do. Take, for example, the term “cloud,” which emerged in the 1990s as an abstraction for the complicated inner workings of the telephone company, and later to represent the massive infrastructure of the Internet. The term... [Read more]

Excellent Prints, Scans, and Copies with Canon’s Color imageClass MF731Cdw

Excellent Prints, Scans, and Copies with Canon’s Color imageClass MF731Cdw

The Canon imageClass MF731Cdw ($489) is a color laser multifunction printer (MFP), designed for use in a small office or workgroup. Like the Editors’ Choice Samsung Multifunction Printer ProXpress C3060FW, the MF731Cdn prints well at decent running costs, but unlike the Samsung, its automatic document feeder (ADF) is not auto-duplexing, nor does it support near-field communication (NFC). Even... [Read more]

Print, Scan, Copy, and Fax Tabloid with Brother’s Inexpensive-to-Use MFC-J6935DW AIO Printer

Print, Scan, Copy, and Fax Tabloid with Brother’s Inexpensive-to-Use MFC-J6935DW AIO Printer

It wasn’t all that long ago that wide-format inkjet printers (models that handle paper larger than legal-size, or 8.5×14 inches) were not only rare, but also rather expensive. Even today, most of the major printer manufacturers—HP, Epson, Canon—offer only a few wide-format machines. But Brother has changed all that, offering most of its Business Smart and Business Smart Plus all-in-one... [Read more]

Versatility, Wide-Format, and Low Running Costs with Brother’s MFC-J5930DW Inkjet AIO

Versatility, Wide-Format, and Low Running Costs with Brother’s MFC-J5930DW Inkjet AIO

Brother’s inkjet multifunction printers just keep getting better and better, as demonstrated by today’s review unit, the $299.99-list MFC-J5930DW, and the Brother MFC-J6935DW we reviewed alongside it. As one of the company’s INKvestment models, the MFC-J5930DW is one of the least expensive business-oriented all-in-ones (AIOs) on ink costs—especially for the price. It is loaded with features,... [Read more]

OKI’s Low-Priced C332dn Color Laser Printer – Good-Looking Prints, High CPPs

OKI’s Low-Priced C332dn Color Laser Printer – Good-Looking Prints, High CPPs

Not long ago, the conventional wisdom was that high-volume printing was cheaper on laser and laser-class (LED-array) printers, as opposed to inkjets. For a similar spec of printer, laser-class machines cost more but were less expensive to use, while inkjets cost less but had higher running costs. Those days of such absolutes are over. Nowadays, laser-class printers, especially color ones, not only... [Read more]

Epson’s Fast and Accurate Workforce ES-200 Portable Duplex Document Scanner

Epson’s Fast and Accurate Workforce ES-200 Portable Duplex Document Scanner

A non-Wi-Fi sibling to the Editors’ Choice Epson ES-300W we reviewed recently, the Epson WorkForce ES-200 Portable Duplex Document Scanner ($199) is a highly capable portable document scanner. Like the ES-300W, it comes with a top-tier collection of optical character recognition (OCR) and document and business card management programs. And, like the Editors’ Choice Canon imageFormula P-215II... [Read more]

Scan Book, Magazine, Journal, and Notebook Pages with the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi

Scan Book, Magazine, Journal, and Notebook Pages with the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi

Not long ago, there were a fair number of handheld, or wand, scanners like the IRIScan Book 5 WiFi ($149) on the market, but they have become less common. The primary difference between these and most other types of scanners is that you move it over the material you’re scanning, rather than the machine itself moving the content over the scanning sensor. As with the Editors’ Choice VuPoint... [Read more]

From Windows, to iOS, to MacOS, to Android, and back, with Logitech’s K780 Multi-Device Keyboard

From Windows, to iOS, to MacOS, to Android, and back, with Logitech’s K780 Multi-Device Keyboard

Over the course of a day, many of us flip back and forth between two, sometimes three, computing devices, moving from the keyboard on a desktop to the virtual keyboard on a mobile device, and back again. Wouldn’t it be much simpler if you could switch between and enter data on these gadgets from the same keyboard? A while back, Logitech released such a solution, the K380 Bluetooth Keyboard ($30),... [Read more]

Read More Posts From This Category »