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The Nikon D200 - the successor to the Nikon D100; it looks the part and has the specs to match. So how does the D200 fare when put to the…


Our rating:  90%

The Microtek ScanMaker 6100 covers a fair amount of desk space but compensates with a relatively low profile...


The HP Scanjet 4890 comes in an initially impressive desktop-eating form factor..


Our rating:  81%

Straight out of the box the Epson Perfection 4490 Photo gives an impression of high quality. Switch it on and it purrs..


Our rating:  91%

The CanoScan LiDE 500F is complete extrovert being the only CIS scanner, enabling it to be a space-age ultra low profile design and have no need for a mains power…


Our rating:  90%

At the heart of the suite is CorelDraw, a vector-based illustration application....


It is now much easier to get the look of film on digital, thanks to those lovely people from Alien Skin.....


The MP500's imposing size and appearance may not do it any favours....


Our rating:  83%

Feature-rich, the Epson RX520 has an attractive price too...


Our rating:  90%

An HP all-in-one that has film-scanning capability..


Our rating:  86%

The Epson Perfection V700 Photo is a professional-standard scanner aimed at prosumers and keen amateur photographers.


Our rating:  92%

To be fair, the HP PSC 1510 is not part of the HP Photosmart range that is targeted at photographers and a photo cartridge is not supplied as standard........


Our rating:  79%

With a firm eye on initial purchase cost, you have to give Lexmark credit for delivering an all-in-one with a colour LCD and associated direct printing facilities for under £100...


Our rating:  83%

The Epson Perfection V700 Photo is a professional quality scanner aimed and at the pro-summer and keen amateur photographer...


Our rating:  92%

All the usual suspects for editing, sharing and organisation are present, including a smattering of highly effective new tools...