Best Printer Deals: Options From Canon, Epson and HP Start at $60
These big-brand printers have massive discounts right now, which means you can snag one for your home office for less.
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Everything seems to live in the cloud or on a flash drive these days. But despite living in the digital age, there are plenty of times in life where we need to have a hard copy of something. And that's why printers are still such an integral part of a home office. For folks looking to snag a printer for the home, or upgrade to a newer model, there are a lot of options.
Some models are pretty cheap for basic printing needs, while others can be a bit pricey if you need extra features and functions. But whatever type of printer you need, you can find solid discounts if you know where to look. We've scoured the internet and have rounded up some of the best printer deals currently available to help you get your hands on one for less.
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Like any other tech product, you should consider your top priorities when shopping for a printer. As noted in CNET's guide to the best printers, print speed and price are probably the two most important factors to consider if you're just printing simple documents and concert tickets. But if you need to print professional photos, you're going to want to consider color accuracy and printing quality, as those will be critical factors as well.
This affordable printer lacks some of the bells and whistles of pricer models, like a color touchscreen, but it can print from mobile devices and laptops. Like many printers, it can also make copies and scan documents, and it works over Wi-Fi.
This printer has a 2.4-inch color LCD screen and lets you print, copy and scan documents. It even allows for two-sided printing automatically. It also supports wireless printing from both iOS and Android devices and has a built-in card slot that fits most memory cards. This printer has a 100-sheet input and 30-sheet output capacity.
The Canon Pixma TR7020a is a compact and affordable wireless all-in-one printer, which makes it a great option for home offices or dorm rooms where you're limited on space. It's easy to use with dedicated start and stop buttons and a 1.4-inch OLED display, and can be used to scan and copy documents as well. It connects to your computer wirelessly, and it even has Apple AirPrint built in, so you can print directly from your iPhone or iPad as well.
If you use your printer for larger projects and need something a little more heavy duty, HP's OfficeJet Pro 9025e is a solid option. It includes the capacity to work as a printer, copier, scanner or fax machine, plus it has plenty of helpful features, like wireless printing and two-sided printing and scanning. It also has a 500-sheet paper capacity and can print up to 24 pages per minute. You'll also score six months of free ink if you sign up for HP Plus.
The big selling point of the EcoTank line is that it does away with cartridges so the extra cost upfront is offset down the line when you're no longer buying expensive ink. This printer is actually a lower-end model in the line but it has all of the features you'd expect from a compact all-in-one for a home office, including wired or wireless connections, an auto-document feeder and automatic two-sided printing.
This printer has a 4.3-inch LCD touchscreen for managing operations, works with phones and computers, and can scan, fax and copy in addition to printing. There's also a two-way paper feed, so it can hold regular and photo paper at the same time. There's an SD card slot to make printing directly from your camera easier.
Epson is touting speed first and foremost with this printer, saying it can print 21 black-and-white or 11 color pages per minute. This printer also has a 2.7-inch touchscreen and supports mobile printing. It has a 250-sheet paper tray.