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On the one hand, HP's LaserJet Pro M227fdw is a slick, modern multifunction peripheral (MFP) with features such as wired and wireless networking, automatic duplex (double-sided) printing and a fancy colour touchscreen.

The Canon Pixma TS6150 is aimed at home users with a creative bent. A monument to polished black plastic, its looks might be a matter of taste, but its squat stance and uncluttered panels both appeal – control is via a 7.5cm colour touchscreen.

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