This past couple years, 2013 and 2014, we’ve seen a number of high-volume all-in-one (print, scan, copy, and fax) inkjet printers designed solely as laser-class printer replacements from Brother, Canon, Epson, and HP. Not only are these machines fast, they have strong feature sets, they print well, and they have relatively low CPPs, or cost per page.
In fact, to qualify for this list, the MFP must have a monochrome (the type of pages businesses print most) cost per page of under 2 cents. As I’ve said here before, inherent in the claim “high-volume” is the understanding that the machine will print hundreds, even thousands, of pages each month at a very reasonable cost per page
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