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Brother HL-L2395DW

Pick up this basic monochrome laser printer when it's on sale and your printing frustrations will disappear.

Epson Expression ET-2500 EcoTank All-in-One Printer

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.

HP Envy 4520 All-in-One Printer

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.

Canon ImageClass MF3010

Though it's lacking Wi-Fi and an autodocument feeder, the Canon ImageClass MF3010 laser printer's strong performance and versatile features have appeal for students and home offices on a budget.

Brother HL-5380DN

The Brother HL-5380DN laser printer offers a small size and fast print-outs that will endear it to many home office users. Print results can look a little light on the page compared to its competitors, but not excessively so, and the speed and low running costs make up for it.

Epson Stylus NX430 Small-in-One All-in-One Printer

The Epson NX430 "Small-in-One" printer is a solid investment for students and office jockeys who print high-quality photos and documents but don't have the space for a large format device.

be3D DeeGreen 3D Printer

Though cost-prohibitive, the DeeGreen is an excellent entry to 3D printing thanks to its fast, reliable performance and plug-and-play ease of use.

Brother MFC-5840cn

We love this all-in-one's low price and office-appropriate features, but we can't overlook its poor performance and dismal output quality.

Editors' Choice

Epson WorkForce Pro WP-4025 DW

Fast print speeds, low running costs and excellent print quality make this a great alternative to a colour laser printer for those who need to print lots of colour documents.

Xerox ColorQube 8570

The Xerox ColourQube 8570 can produce great-looking documents at a rapid pace and is fairly cheap to run. However, this bulky model is rather noisy and the long warm-up time will annoy some people. As a result, it's difficult to see the benefits of solid ink technology over laser printing for most home office users.

Samsung ML-2955DW

The Samsung ML-2955DW is small, easy to use and produces good quality output. However, its running costs are quite high, so if you make heavy use of your printer you'd be better off stepping up to Samsung's ML-3710ND, which is slightly more expensive to buy but cheaper to run.

Canon Pixma MG8250

It's fairly expensive to buy and its running costs aren’t cheap, but the Canon MG8250 prints superb quality text, graphics and photos at a rapid pace.

Editors' Choice

Canon Pixma MG6250

The Canon MG6250 is a great option for people who are big into photography. It has an excellent scanner and produces very high quality photo prints. There's plenty more on offer, including Wi-Fi and Ethernet support, direct CD/DVD printing and dual paper trays.

Canon Pixma MG5350

The Canon Pixma MG5350 delivers excellent quality prints at a really rapid pace. It's not the cheapest model to run and it lacks a touchscreen, but we think its impressive performance helps to make up for these two slight failings.

Brother HL-2240

The Brother HL-2240 may not be big on features, but this budget monochrome laser impresses with its crisp text output and reasonable running costs.

Lexmark Pro 715

The Lexmark Pro 715 is not a bad multi-function inkjet, but the problem is that it's outclassed by Epson's WP-4535DWF, which has a similar asking price, yet is much faster and a good deal cheaper to run.

HP Deskjet 3050A

Great features at a low price make the HP Deskjet 3050A a great buy for those with less demanding print needs.

Samsung SPP-2020

Samsung's first digital photo printer is a sight to see as it runs the paper in and out of its innards. The spectacle is matched by the product, as the finished pictures look amazing. This is a printer that can be operated by anyone, and as long as you're not printing out masses of photos, it's an economical way to keep updating that photo album

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