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Last updated: 14 March 2024

15 Best All in One Printers in 2021

Reviewed: Top Multifunction Printers in the UK

  • All in one printers have a reduced size but perform multiple tasks
  • All in one printers can vary widely in terms of features and price
  • Choosing the right device will save you time, money, and will optimise workflow.

All in one printers, also known as multi-function printers or 4-1 printers, are a type of business printers that are able to perform multiple tasks from one single machine. They are the best choice if you want to save up space, or if you do not want to spend too much money on different modules.

All-in-one printers incorporate a printer, a photocopier, a scanner and a fax. Some contain other functions too, such as A3 printer functionality, WiFi, and various mobile connectivity options.

Does your business need an all in one printer but are you overwhelmed by the many available models on the market? No worries. Market Inspector has reviewed the best models on the market right now.

Top All in One Printers 2021
PrinterPriceType
HP OfficeJet Pro 8022£90Inkjet A4
Epson Pro WF-4720DWF£120Inkjet A4
Brother MFC-J5730DW A3£160Inkjet A3 / A4
Kyocera ECOSYS M5521cdn£175Laser A4
Lexmark MB2546ade£240Laser A4 Mono
Ricoh SP230SFNw£250Laser A4 Mono
Canon i-SENSYS MF269dw£325Laser A4
Brother MFC-J6945DW£350Inkjet A3 / A4
HP Colour LaserJet Pro M479fdw£370Laser A4
Xerox VersaLink C405DN A4 Colour£585Laser A4
Epson EcoTank ET-16500£885Inkjet A3 / A4
Kyocera ECOSYS M3660idn A4£1,800Laser A4 Mono
Xerox VersaLink C605x A4£2,235Laser A4
Canon WG7540 A3 Colour£2,315Inkjet A3 / A4
Lexmark CX825de A4 Colour£3,145Laser A4
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How We Reviewed the Best Multifunction Printers

To evaluate the best all in one printers on the market right now, we categorised them into three tiers:

RENTAL SOLUTION

If you need a printer but you want to avoid high up-front costs, then a printer leasing solution might be the best solution for you. You can also opt for to hire a photocopier, if your printing needs are limited to only copying.

To evaluate the best all-in-one printers we have considered the following metrics:

Read more about these five important printer metrics to understand why we included them to review the top multifunction printers on the market.

Best Low-Tier All in One Printers

Cheap all in one printers perform all the core functionalities that are expected from a good all-in-one printer. 

Low-tier printers, though, are focused on quality over quantity, and may therefore not keep up with highly-demanding printing jobs. Therefore, this category is most suited to small businesses or home offices.

HP OfficeJet Pro 8022

This compact machine is elegant and simple to use. Despite the inexpensive price, it is a WiFi printer and can be connected to mobile phones for faster printing.

The dedicated app enables to scan and save documents on the cloud, to print them directly from the device when needed. The practical LCD screen makes it easy to navigate through the different functions.

Printer Specifications
PriceTypeMonthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£90Inkjet A420,00020 PPM

WiFi, HP Cloud

1200 x 1200LCD screen

Epson WorkForce Pro WF-4720DWF

Compact yet mighty, this device includes many of the high-end models’ features, such as double side printing, wireless connectivity, an LCD screen, and XL-ink cartridges that ensure up to 2,600 mono and 1,900 colour prints. 

In addition, it is possible to replace just the single colour ink cartridges once they run out, rather than the whole module. 

Printer Specifications
PriceTypeMonthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£120Inkjet A425,00020 PPMWiFi, NFC4800 x 1200LCD screen, USB port

Brother MFC-J5730DW A3

This Brother printer stands out from the competition, as it also has A3 printing functionality. It is the ideal solution if you are occasionally printing in this size. 

Its paper tray is the biggest of the segment, with a capacity of up to 600 sheets.

Its screen is touch-sensitive, which makes it easier to swipe between the different functions.

Printer Specifications
PriceTypeMonthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£160Inkjet A4 / A330,00022 PPMWiFi, AirPrint4800 x 1200LCD screen, USB 2.0 port

Kyocera ECOSYS M5521cdn A4 Colour

Despite its simplistic design, it performs very well in terms of speed and durability, with one of the highest duty cycles of its class at 65,000, while its printing costs are among the lowest in the segment.

On the other hand, it does not support WiFi connectivity, but there is an option for mobile connection through Airprint.

Overall, it is a great all-rounder for an office that does not have very high printing requirements on a regular basis.

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£175Laser A465,00021 (PPM)Airprint 
Google Cloud
1200 x 1200USB 2.0 port

Lexmark MB2546ade

This all-in-one printer stands out for its durability and speed: the highest of the segment. It only takes 6 seconds to deliver the first print. It is equipped with a 1Gb RAM, also the largest within this segment, that enables a long queue of prints without the risk of overload. 

The cartridge can handle up to 3000 prints, which, among low-tier models, is an impressive feat and contains the costs per print in the long run. However, it only prints black and white, and it does not support a WiFi connection.

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£240Laser
Mono
A4
120,00044 (PPM)-1200 x 1200 LCD screen
USB port
SD reader
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Best Mid-Tier All In One Printers

Printers within this segment can rely on more advanced hardware, such as larger RAM, faster CPU, and more robust components that ensure smooth operations at higher speeds. This generally translates into lower costs per print when compared to low-tier models.  

RICOH SP 230SFNw

This compact model from Ricoh is one of the fastest of the segment, with 30 PPM. Though it can only print black and white, it comes with a basic toner suited for 700 prints.

High yield toners are available too, with a capacity of up to 3,000 prints. 

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£250Laser
Mono
A4
15,00030 (PPM)WiFi 
AirPrint
Google Cloud 

2400 x 600
Low noise level (49dB) 

Canon i-SENSYS MF269dw

The Canon i-SENSYS MF269dw includes a few innovations that make it very practical.

It has a first-print out speed of 6 seconds and its cartridge has a shelf life of about 4100 prints, which is the highest of the segment. 

The speed per minute is above average without sacrificing any of the quality, especially when printing in black and white.

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£325Laser
A4
30,00028 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud
1200 x 1200LCD screen
USB slot

Brother MFC-J6945DW

This all in one printer stands out for its paper capacity. In fact, its tray can contain up to 600 sheets

The printing quality is rather high -particularly for images and photographs. It is compatible with most networks and mobile operating systems, too. Its speed, though, may not make it suitable for offices where printing is frequent.

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£350Inkjet 
A3/A4
30,00022 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
4800 x 1200A3
LCD screen
USB port

HP Colour LaserJet Pro Multifunction M479fdw

The HP Colour LaserJet Pro Multifunction M479fdw is equipped with some of the newest innovations in the industry, such as Bluetooth connection, an auto on-off function that helps save energy, and a hi-speed 2.0 USB port on the side of a normal USB.

Its 300-sheets tray can be optionally upgraded to up to 800 sheets, making it a suitable option for medium-sized offices. 

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£370Laser 
A4
50,00027 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud
Bluetooth
600 x 600
LCD screen
USB 2.0 port
USB (rear) 

This all-in-one printer has the biggest memory of the segment with 2Gb of RAM. It is highly robust and versatile in terms of connectivity. It features the Xerox ConnectKey technology, a software that increases the network’s security by inspecting the devices that connect to it.

The Xerox ConnectKey integrates other useful functions too to help share documents, synchronise devices, and automatise printing processes. In addition, it has an interesting feature that enables it to continue printing in black and white once it runs out of colour ink. 

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£585 Laser
A4
85,00035 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Cloud 
600 x 600LCD screen
USB port

Best High-Tier All In One Printers

For the most demanding tasks, such as running multiple operations at once in large offices, or where printing a lot of material is one of the core activities of the business, the following all-in-one printers will not let you down. 

These advanced devices are generally very fast compared to entry models, and have been tested for durability and reliability with thousands of printing rounds.

Epson EcoTank ET-16500 A3+

Despite its name, this printer is very compact. It has an outstanding printing yield of 10,500 pages in mono, and 11,300 pages in colour with a single cartridge. 

 It is equipped with a large 500-sheets tray capacity, which, together with its printing capacity, will make you forget about maintenance and refills.

 The printer is suited for A3 printing, also in duplex mode (double sided). Practical ink bottles are also available as accessories, so you will not have to dismantle any component from the device with the risk of leakage and damaging the machine. 

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£885Inkjet
A4 / A3
20,00032 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud
4800x 1200LCD screen
USB 2.0 port
USB (rear) 

Kyocera ECOSYS M3660idn A4 Mono

This multifunction printer is one of Kyocera’s most advanced printers, and its performances are close to those of a digital press. Once switched on, it becomes operative in just 25 seconds and it delivers the first print in just 4.9 seconds. Its monthly duty cycle is the highest among the printers reviewed within this guide.

The cartridge can perform up to 10,000 prints before replacement. It also has an optional SD card reader. However, this printer can only print in black and white, so in case you are planning on printing colour images from time to time, you may want to have an additional, smaller device that is suited for the purpose.

Printer Specifications
PriceType Monthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£1,800Laser
Mono A4 
275,00060 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud

1200x 1200

LCD screen
USB 2.0 port

Unlike the previous model, this Xerox can perform both mono and colour-printing jobs. Its performances are excellent with 53 PPM and a cartridge that can handle up to 10,000 prints in black and white, and 6,000 in colour. 

The system is supported by 2Gb of RAM that can be upgraded to 4Gb. The printer can be connected and directly access different Cloud platforms, such as Dropbox, Google Drive, Google Cloud, and OneDrive. It also includes the Xerox ConnectKey technology. 

Printer Specifications
PriceTypeMonthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£2,235Laser
A4 
120,00053 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud
1200 x 2400LCD screen
USB 2.0 port

Canon WG7540 A3 Colour

This all-in-one printer combines robustness, high performance, and flexibility. Indeed it can both print in mono and colour, it has both the A3 and A4 format. 

 It is the fastest printer on our list, with just 0.85 seconds per print. This all comes with a low energy consumption of 1.25 kWh per week, making this printer score high also in terms of eco-friendliness. 

 Even though the printer has been designed to print high volumes rather than fine works, it also impresses in terms of DPI.

Printer Specifications
PriceTypeMonthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£2,315Inkjet
A4 / A3
100,00070 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud
1200 x 1200LCD screen
USB 2.0 port

Lexmark CX825de A4 Colour

This high-tier printer from Lexmark is built with very solid hardware that ensures speed and reliability. The built-in CPU is the fastest of the reviewed models with a 1.6GHz Quad Core Processor, coupled with the 2Gb RAM (expandable to 4GB) guarantees smooth, trouble free printing operations. 

 The first page printing speed is an impressive 6.5 seconds. The paper tray has a capacity of 650 pages, and is upgradeable to a staggering 4.500 pages. Moreover, it has high yield toner cartridges that can deliver up to 33,000 mono pages and 22,000 colour pages. 

The practical 10-inch screen makes it pleasant to navigate through the different functions.

Printer Specifications
PriceTypeMonthly Duty CycleSpeed (PPM)ConnectivityPrinting Quality (DPI)Extras
£3,145Laser A4250,00052 (PPM)WiFi
NFC & Mobiles
Google Cloud
1200x 1200LCD screen
USB 2.0 port
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5 Important Printer Metrics

The printer that is best for you depends purely on the printing needs of your business in terms of printing quality requirements, volume, speed, as well as other minor factors.

To pinpoint your printing needs, we have narrowed down five printer characteristics and features: printer type - whether it is a inkjet printer or a laser printer - the duty cycle, speed, quality, and connectivity.

To read about each individual metric, click on the respective heading:

Find Your Next All in One Printer

All in one printers can vary widely in terms of features and performances and it can be difficult to figure out which model is best for your business. The parameters analysed in this guide, such as the printing technology, duty cycle, speed, quality and connectivity features, can help you find the model that best tackles your needs.

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