The Mangoslab Nemonic is a thermal printer for sticky notes.
The pocketable Bluetooth printer is paired with a powerful app that lets you print videos and GIFs that come to life when viewed through your iPhone.
The Fujifilm Instax Share SP-2 is a fun accessory to have for those who really love mobile photography, letting you print snapshots anytime, anywhere.
The Canon LBP151DW is a competent workhorse laser printer, but rival models offer more features and lower ink costs for the same price.
The Micro 3D Printer is a fun and easy way to make stuff, but that stuff isn't all that great.
Brother certainly makes a lot of very respectable work-friendly all-in-one printers, but the J885DW isn't one of them.
Mattel's collaboration with Autodesk means a 3D printer for toys is on its way later this year...and it could make the whole process seem a lot more family-friendly.
The XYZprinting Nobel 1.0 3D Printer is a fun novelty that is too expensive to be practical in the long run.
The HP Officejet 4630 isn't the fastest printer on the market, but it delivers professional-quality prints and future-proof features like cloud connectivity and HP Instant Ink that can potentially save shoppers a lot of money on refill cartridges.
The XYZprinting Da Vinci Jr. 3D Printer's low cost and high ease of use make it an ideal entry-level 3D printer for anyone.
Simple and fun to use, the Polaroid Zip is a great little accessory for freeing your photos from your smartphone.
The Robox 3D printer's very fast print speed isn't quite worth its lengthy, problematic setup and disappointing print quality.
If you don't mind sticking to small print jobs, the Cube 3 is as good as it gets for a compact 3D printer.
The small printer is set to ship in September for $250.
3D Systems announces the ChefJet series of 3D printers, which can print candies and sugar sculptures.
The makers of the entertaining 3Doodler are looking for $30,000 on Kickstarter to make this significantly smaller model.
XYZPrinting debuts at CES 2015 its first Food Printer, a 3D printer that can print out food items, such as cookies or cake decos. All you have to do is bake the printed object and enjoy it.
The Ultimaker 2's convenient and compact design isn't enough to justify its grossly over-the-top price tag.