The Epson Expression Home XP-430 combines reliable do-it-all multifunction printing and a space-saving design at an ultra-affordable price.
If you only have $100 to spend on a multifunction inkjet printer for the office, you'll have a hard time finding a faster performer with ink refills as cheap as the Brother MFC-J470DW.
The HP Envy 4520 is a capable all-in-one that combines a printer, copier and scanner with two ink delivery choices designed to ease back on expensive ink refills.
With its ultra-low-cost refillable ink bottles, this clever little Epson EcoTank printer does away with pricey ink cartridges once and for all -- but it will cost you a lot more up front.
The Canon PIXMA MG7160 offers mostly speedy performance, but like most inkjets, you've got to keep a careful eye on your ink usage.
Most people don't need an A3 printer in their lives. If you do, the HP Officejet 7610 delivers solid quality — but keep an eye on those ongoing print costs.
Canon's Pixma MG6150 is a slow multifunction printer, but the print quality and ease of use make it a multifunction worth waiting for.
The T50 is a reasonably priced single-function printer that produces good photos and can handle CDs too, but the ongoing consumable costs and text quality let this inkjet down.
Polaroid's Lady Gaga-designed mobile printer is an adequate performer as a portable printer, but we can't see what Gaga's added to it beyond her name on the box.
The Pixma MG8150 is the costly bigger brother of the excellent MG6150, but unless you've got a burning need for slide scanning, it's difficult to justify the additional cost.
You don't get blazingly fast laser speeds with the CLP-310, but it does live up to the hype of offering affordable colour laser in a small form factor.
Fuji Xerox's inexpensive multifunction monochrome laser delivers pleasing printing results, but small businesses need to keep its lack of networking in mind.
The Pixma MP630 is a good all-round multifunction printer, without winning a best-in-class prize for any one feature.
The Photosmart Premium is a nifty little multifunction with the added novelty of a touchscreen. It does a great job of plain text, but it's a pity about its colour prints.
The MFC-9325CW is a step up from the MFC-9125CN in both price and features, although its colour output is still noticeably sketchy.
The Photosmart Plus has a great touchscreen interface, but average printing quality at best.
Students on a budget should consider the X4650, but only against the vast raft of other MFDs on the market.
Canon's small office multifunction is something of a bargain in the features stakes, although there are a few trade-offs in utility that make that possible.