Starter DSLRs explainedThe entry-level DSLR market has always been one of the most hotly contested, which is great news for all of us on a tight budget.
The Nikon D3100 digital SLR camera boast a brand new 14.2MP CMOS sensor and a revamped EXPEED 2 image processor that promises enhanced image quality and a greater sensitivity range but is it as good as it sounds? Find out more in our expert review.
According to Kodak’s claims, the ESP 7250 can save the average user up to £75 per year on ink, based on a ‘typical’ annual print volume of 150 6×4-inch photos, 800 text pages and 550 mixed text and colour graphics pages.
HP has been going all out to add a new twist to the humble desktop printer and the result is the HP Photosmart eStation.
A4 printers have a lot to contend with. Some ask them to produce crisp documents with rich black text, whereas others want gorgeous photo quality output. The Canon PIXMA MG6150 is a practically perfect Wi-Fi all-in-one A4 printer.
The S605 represents a major rethink for Lexmark; ditching the tri-colour cartridges originally favoured by Lexmark and ushering in a single print head unit, fed by individually replaceable ink tanks – more in line with Canon and Epson printers.
Epson has an impeccable reputation for medium and wide-format photo printers. We find out if the same can be said of the Stylus Photo R2880.
The word ‘printer’ seems too humble for most of the all-in-one devices currently on the market, which sprout full-colour LCD menu and photo preview screens, memory card slots aplenty and high-resolution scanners for photocopying.