Practically since the personal computer first emerged, tech pundits, year after year, foretold the “paperless office.” By now, according to those trend analyzers of the 1980s and 1990s, we should all be using little or no paper, pushing bits around in our clean, clutter-free office spaces.
Well, welcome to 2012, where you’ll still find a printer in just about every office. Some homes and home offices, though, seldom use their printers at all, and when they do, it’s only to print a photograph or two, make a few copies of a flyer, or churn out the occasional business document. These folks don’t need a speedy, high-volume all-in-one (AIO) printer. Why buy an 18-wheeler tractor-trailer when a minivan will do? Or, more fittingly, why spend $200 to $300 on a networkable small-office AIO when an under-$100 device, such as Canon’s $69.99 Pixma MG2120, might meet your needs?
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