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Don't be fooled by its cute looks and adorable green bunny ears: Netgear's Arlo Baby is a very capable baby monitor that delivers sharp video of your nursery to your smartphone. The Arlo Baby includes features such as night vision, temperature and air quality sensors, a color-changing nightlight and a speaker that can play lullabies. All of this is very easy to manage thanks to a well-designed mobile app.









2) BROTHER MFC-L2750DW XL

Best All-in-One Laser Printer

9/10
SUPERIOR
  • FEATURES
    Print, Scan, Copy, Fax
  • DISPLAY
    2.7-inch color touch screen
  • INK
    Monochrome
  • B&W / PHOTO PRINT TIME
    16.2/17.2
  • GRAYSCALE / COLOR SCAN TIME
    8.4/38.4
  • CONNECTIVITY
    802.11 b/g/n Wi-Fi, Ethernet, USB 2.0
  • PRINTER TYPE
    Laser
The Brother MFC-L2750DW XL multifunction printer is packed with features like a fast ADF, fast duplex printing and copying, fax capability, and a second paper tray. The MFC-L2750DW XL turned in great quality and the fastest speeds to date for text and mixed text/graphics files. It even made two-sided prints faster than some models print one-sided documents. Using its high-capacity toner cartridge, the MFC-L2750DW XL offers a cost per page of just 2.7 cents, the lowest we've seen in this category. That's a tough deal to beat.









3) CANON MAXIFY MB5420

Best for Small Business

9/10
SUPERIOR
  • FEATURES
    Print, Scan, Copy, Fax
  • DISPLAY
    3.5-inch color touch screen
  • INK
    4 cartridges
  • B&W / PHOTO PRINT TIME
    0:17 / 2:05
  • GRAYSCALE / COLOR SCAN TIME
    0:07 / 0:13
  • CONNECTIVITY
    802.11 b/g/n, Ethernet, USB
  • PRINTER TYPE
    Inkjet
If you want a great all-in-one for your small business, the Canon Maxify MB5420 is the modestly-priced workhorse to buy. It has speedy printing, quick one- and two-sided copying and high-quality image printing. It's a solid bargain and and a reliable performer, making it perfect for the office.









Even two years  after we first took a look at it, the iBaby Monitor M6T still offers an impressive array of features at a manageable price. And its price has fallen, making it a great choice if you'd like to spend less than $150 on a video monitor.
iBaby's camera offers the sort of capabilities you'd expect — push-to-talk features to soothe a crying child, motion-triggered photo and video capture, and a 720p HD camera. (A newer version, the M6S, ups the resolution to 1080p.) The M6T also boasts a full-360-degree rotating pan
         









One of the best features of this video baby monitor has nothing to do with the camera itself. Instead, it's the Amazon Echo-like speaker that comes included in the Project Nursery Smart Baby Monitor bundle. That speaker taps into the Alexa voice-powered assistant to let you control the camera with just your voice.
Speaking of the camera, it produces sharp pictures, even though resolution tops out at 720p. A microSD card slot lets you record video and capture still images. You'll need to juggle multiple apps to operate both the camera and voice controls, but this is a great addition to any home that relies on Alexa to help with household tasks.









Motorola's MBP853 Connect offers the best of both worlds in the form of a convenient dedicated, stand-alone RF-enabled viewer and a feature-packed, easy-to-use mobile video-streaming app.
The handheld unit lets you check in on your child on a 3.5-inch LCD screen that shows adequate images, even if they're slightly hard to make out at night. It's the mobile app that stands out, though, with screen quality that rivals that of other devices. As convenient as it is to have viewing options, though, the handheld viewer, the mobile app and a companion website excel at different things. And it can be confusing to know which option to reach for. Still, if you value flexibility and an inconspicuous camera, the MBP853 offers plenty of value for your dollar.








EDITOR'S CHOICE

7) EPSON EXPRESSION l-360

Best for Photos

9/10
SUPERIOR
REVIEW 
  • FEATURES
    Print, copy, scan
  • DISPLAY
    2.7-inch LCD
  • INK
    Five cartridges (black pigment, black dye, cyan, magenta, yellow)
  • B&W / PHOTO PRINT TIME
    0:33 / 2:33
  • GRAYSCALE / COLOR SCAN TIME
    0:16 / 0:42
  • CONNECTIVITY
    802.11 b/g/n, Wi-Fi, USB 2.0
  • PRINTER TYPE
    Inkjet
We were impressed with the images produced by this inkjet printer whether we used plain or glossy photo paper. Photographers will particularly like the warm skin tones that the XP-640 produces, while we found the well-saturated colors of prints pleasing to the eye. Epson's all-in-one also produces photo prints almost twice as fast as the average inkjet, and a low cost-per page makes the XP-640 a compelling buy. 









8) HP PAGEWIDE PRO 577DW

Best Printer for Work Groups

8/10
TOTALLY WORTH IT
  • FEATURES
    Print, Copy, Scan, Fax
  • DISPLAY
    4.3-inch color touch screen
  • INK
    4 cartridges
  • B&W / PHOTO PRINT TIME
    0:13 / 0:20
  • GRAYSCALE / COLOR SCAN TIME
    0:09 / 0:21
  • CONNECTIVITY
    USB, 802.11 b/g/n, Ethernet, NFC
  • PRINTER TYPE
    Inkjet
If you work in an office with heavy daily print demands, HP’s inkjet printer and its monthly duty cycle of 6,000 pages is up to the task. The printer proved reliably fast in our testing, particularly when it came to printing text and photos. Those prints don’t just pop out quickly — they also look good, with sharp text and attractive graphics. You’ll pay a lot up front for this printer, but high-yield toner cartridges can keep recurring costs manageable with a low cost-per-page.



























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