• Konica-Minolta 5250214-100 Printer

    Are your printer needs such that you need a REAL printer? We mean, an office-sized, high-quality, 16 PPM (pages per minute) beast? You might want to start your search (and possibly end it) with the Konica-Minolta 5250214-100. It may not do auto-duplex printing, but from the looks of it, it’s a workhorse printer for needs that fit between a full-sized laser printer and a small form-factor desktop model.

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  • Panasonic KX-P7100 Printer

    And if, say, you are looking for a smaller form-factor, but nearly as powerful laser printer, the Panasonic KX-P7100 might be worth a look. Unlike the KM, the KX-P7100 only does black and white, but if that’s all you need, there’s little point investing in a colour-photo printer. This will do your black and white faster and with less downtime or ink costs.

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  • Gateway NV51B02h Notebook

    If you’ve been following along month to month, you’ll notice a definite trend. Gateway’s NV series notebooks have made it every single month! The NV51 series are no different and boast 6GB standard RAM, HDMI out, a low-power consumption LED screen and 3, count-‘em, 3, USB ports.

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  • eMachines eM355 Netbook

    The eM355 may not have the hardware of the NV51, but that makes sense; it’s a netbook. That said, as an Atom processor-based machine, it’s got it 250GB hard disk, 1GB of RAM (plenty if you’re running Windows 7 Starter) and all the bells and whistles that’ll let you instantly get up and running for video chat.

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  • Lexmark 21B0807 Printer

    Another printer! But this one has got a black and white speed of 22 PPM and a whopping 4800 X 1200 max DPI (dots per inch). It also takes a whole host of different paper sources, from card stock to iron-on transfers, which makes it a nice choice for a home office.

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  • Samsung Syncmaster 150MP Monitor

    The Syncmaster 150MP is a standard monitor. Not HD, but Samsung is known for the quality of its screens, so if you need an SD monitor to run in its 1024 X 768 native resolution, this is still a good bet.

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  • Panasonic KX-P7110 Printer

    Seems to be a printer bent to this list. The KX-P7110 is a good standard black and white laser printer, capable of printing to 1200 x 600 DPI. It’s a little on the big side for desktop printers, but could serve well if large document printing is on your list of needs.

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  • Gateway ID49C04h Notebook

    Another Gateway notebook, but, for the first time, it’s not from its NV series. The ID series of Gateway notebooks sport a bit more hardware in the graphics department and a, get this, glowing trackpad. Besides that, the ID49 sports a 640GB hard disk, low-powered LED and 4GB of RAM.

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  • HP Designjet 1050C Plus Inkjet Large Format Printer

    This is most certainly NOT a desktop printer. The Designjet 1050C Large Format Printer is an industrial design-sized behemoth better suited to printing out blueprints and schematics or large birthday signs the length of your office break room. That said, if you do make a large format birthday sign, you didn’t get the idea from us.

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  • Samsung ML-1520 Printer

    Now, if desk space is at a premium, you might want to check out the ML-1520 by Samsung. It prints 15 ppm and stores 250 sheets but in a teensy white shell. That said, if you need to print on larger formats than 8 ½ X 11, you might want to keep looking.

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