User Review: Yes, this does have a small footprint, but note the extra 6 inches of height and 3 inches of depth needed when trays are extended for printing. Setup was easy, though if you know what you're doing, I recommend connecting the printer to your wireless network BEFORE you install the software on CD to your PC - you can then just say "printer is already on network" when prompted during installation. I tested ALL advertised features (including AirPrint and send and receiving FAX) and was able to get them all working to varying degrees. Per page printing costs are fairly standard for an inkjet (7-10 cents per page black and white; 20-25 cents for color including nicer photo paper). Speed is "quick" and not "super fast." Big batch jobs will still require a laser printer. To keep the size of this review reasonable, I'll leave it to other reviews to supply more specifics other than scanning features....... Read
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