SOHO Print Powerhouse - Review of Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw AIO Printer


Fuji Xerox has not long ago released a slew of printers for the local market, targeting different audiences from home to offices. Bringing together innovative features which makes these printers stand out, we are sure that these units are sure to be popular in the market. Today, we take a look at the top of the line Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225fw AIO Printer device. This printer can also copy, scan and fax as well.

Getting connected and started...

The Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw is made to perform. It has got whatever feature that you desire a good printer to have. It can connect directly to your PC by its USB interface, networked via a LAN cable, or even networked wirelessly with its built in wireless LAN card. Of course, there is also a telephone port that receives and transmits fax. The DocuPrint CM 225fw is also highly usable thanks to its 4.3inch colour touch screen. Setting up the printer is extremely simplified and guided with the instructions on the screen. I was able to get started with printing within minutes.

Setting up...
Interface on the printer

LAN port, USB Port and Telephone Line in/out

Individual colour toners

Easily removed and replaced colour toners

Removable back cover for easy maintenance

Wireless Printing

Wireless printing is what truly brings value to this print powerhouse. The Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw is compatible with all iOS and Android devices, allowing printing to be done at any corners at the house. As the printer is a also compatible with AirPrint and Google Cloud print, you can send print jobs from anywhere around the whole to the printer and receive your printouts in a short amount of time. It makes life so much easier, allowing your printer to work for you. Imagine requiring a certain document in office, and you can send the print job from your smartphone on the public transport and simply collect the documents at the printer when you are in office! This printer can possibly change the way we think about printers and how they traditionally work.

Connecting to home/office wireless network

Finding Networked Printer on PC

Performance and other Features

With the award winning SLED ( Self-Scanning Light Emitting Diode) and DELCIS ( Digitally-Enhanced Lighting Control Imaging System) technologies, the Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw is able to print out high quality images/documents at 1200 x 2400 dpi. Printing is also fast at 18 pages per minute for both colour and black and white documents, yet not compromising quality. Another point to note about the Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw is its quiet operation. I was amazed at how quietly this printer operated.

ID Card Copy Function
Guess which is the actual card?
Really high quality Scanning / Printing!
Scanning ID Card

The only problem I have...

Sadly, the only down side of the Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw is its inability to print in duplex mode. Even though it has its own intuitive ways to make manual duplex printing easier, the lack of duplex printing feature is really a deal breaker.


If you want an all in one printer that does all the required printing, scanning, copying and faxing jobs for your office, the Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw is a good choice. It should fit in the budget of most SMEs at a RRP of SGD549 and does not take up a lot of space. However, its lack of duplex printing functionality is really a deal breaker. Nonetheless, we thought that Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw performs really well, producing sharp and crisp images and documents, while operating quietly, suitable in a closed office environment. Moreover, wireless printing also makes makes creating printouts a lot more convenient for multiple users within a single office. We definitely recommend this unit of you do not require duplex printing capabilities. Other than the Fuji Xerox DocuPrint CM225 fw, there is also the DocuPrint CM115w without the fax feature, CP115w and CP225w with only printing capabilities which costs much lesser. 

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