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.
Pick up this basic monochrome laser printer when it's on sale and your printing frustrations will disappear.
This no-nonsense color printer from Brother cuts extra features to keep the price down.
While the Canon Pixma MG5620 is a capable machine with an easy set-up process and an attractive set of features, its high cost of consumables cuts into the overall value.
The Samsung SL-M2020W is the best laser printer you can buy in the ultrabudget price range.
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.
If you can afford its initial and ongoing costs and aren't looking to hang your work in a museum, the HP Sprocket Photo Printer is a simple and enjoyable way to get photos off your phone.
HP's basic Deskjet D2660 inkjet has a fold-up paper tray and a unique paper corral that make it easy to store away. We noticed several flaws in the output quality, but if you don't expect too much in terms of photo output, this $50 inkjet will make an excellent at-home printer for intermittent use.
The Canon Pixma MP510 is a middle-of-the-road photo all-in-one, but we like what you get for the price.
Beyond its wow factor, the wallet-size Brother MW-140BT is a perfect fit for anyone needing minute prints from a PDA.
The most consumer-friendly 3D printer just got easier to use.
For those willing to invest the time and the money, the MakerBot Replicator will provide the most powerful consumer 3D printing experience available.
Many people will consider the $1,999 MakerBot Replicator out of reach. However, a $500 3D printer? Now we're talking. But is it any good?
3D Systems announces the ChefJet series of 3D printers, which can print candies and sugar sculptures.
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.
This is a good HP grayscale laser printer, but the expandable HP LaserJet 1320 is a better buy.