For the most part, big inkjet all-in-one (AIO) printers are not among the more attractive office machines, seldom enhancing your decor. In fact, in some settings, these bulky, imposing boxes simply look ugly.
Some manufacturers have tried to address this ugly-duckling syndrome by designing AIOs with incognito stylish cases and futuristic control panels—designs that, when the printer is not in use, disguise it, making it appear as an electronic work of art, rather than a boring ol’ everyday office appliance. Canon’s Pixma MG6220 and Pixma MG8220 come to mind. When not churning out documents or photographs, these stylish devices look more like fancy storage boxes, or attractive conversation pieces, rather than lowly AIOs.
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