Cameras 3 October 2004
Reviews & hands-on
Online 4 out of 5
The Brother MFC-255CW lives up to its "multifunction" name by offering printer, scanning, copying as well as fax functions, making it the sort of printer that should appeal to those who work at home or run a small office. Thrown into the mix are photo...
Cameras 3.5 out of 5
The primary attraction of any all-in-one device is simply a matter of size, and in this regard the MFC-660CN does not disappoint at just 468 x 370 x 180mm and weighing 8.5kg. We can remember having a fax machine that was bigger, and heavier, than this...
Online 4.5 out of 5
A quick search on the internet for embroidery patterns finds the same old selection of flowers, fruit and butterflies. Even the word, embroidery, summons up a craft obsessed with order and tidiness, with Brie Van De Camp as head of the sewing circle....
Gadgets 4.5 out of 5
Sewing machines with fancy touch pad controls costing several thousand pounds have been around for several years. In today's sewing circle, the equivalent of the latest media centre PC is a machine that produces multi-coloured, computer generated embroidery...
Cameras 4.5 out of 5
The first printer I ever owned was a dot matrix device that was roughly the size of a vacuum cleaner. The additional spiral bound box of paper was the size of most desktop computers and all together it needed its own stand in the corner of the room. 15...