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.
Canon’s i-Sensys MF734Cdw looks like the result of a teleportation incident involving a colour laser MFP and a phablet. Its slick touchscreen control panel overhangs the printer slightly on the right – we’d be worried about it getting knocked off.
The Asus PG27UQ lays claim to two world firsts. Not only is it the first gaming monitor to combine a 4K resolution with a 144Hz refresh rate, but it’s also the first to provide ‘proper’ HDR thanks to its 384 individual backlight zones.
On the face of it, the ET-7750 is the perfect candidate for Epson's EcoTank system, which uses cartridges in favour of refillable ink tanks. Photo printing is a notorious drain on ink, and an A3+ capable photo multifunction peripheral (MFP) even more so. Thanks to EcoTank, the ET-7750 is impressively cheap to run.