The Lexmark Prospect Pro205 is feature-packed and keenly priced. It's more accomplished than machines in Lexmark's consumer-focused line-up, but our tests show it to be considerably slower. The choice you must make is between capabilities and speed, as the output is hard to fault in either case
The Kodak ESP 2170 is worthwhile if you run a small business and need a low-volume printer that can output high-quality snapshot photos, but bigger offices and Mac users should keep shopping.
The Robox 3D printer's very fast print speed isn't quite worth its lengthy, problematic setup and disappointing print quality.
The Canon Selphy CP740 offers a decent feature package and quality prints for an inexpensive compact photo printer. Casual snapshooters will be satisfied with this, but users who need more features should look elsewhere.
The ML-2152W is a feature-rich value for small offices, but HP and Xerox offer better paper handling and support.
The HP OfficeJet 6310 offers lots of features to home users but falls short in the face of its competition. There are better all-in-ones for your home office.
The HP Officejet Mobile 150 is a useful travel companion for professionals, but you can spend half the cash on the touch-screen-free previous model that performs just as well.
The LaserJet Pro M1217nfw is HP's workhorse printer designed for small businesses that output a high volume of monochrome prints. It's not the most environmentally friendly machine, but its Smart Install feature and excellent performance earn our recommendation.
Canon's entry-level Pixma iP2702 is as no-frills as inkjet printers come. It's no speed demon, but it's capable of producing some decent results. While it's not very expensive, however, the cost of replacing the cartridges could soon mount up
The HP Photosmart C6180 all-in-one tries to be everything to everyone, and ultimately it fails to meet this lofty goal. It's a good printer at a decent price, however, for the home user who wants to consolidate all tasks into one machine.
The HP Officejet Pro 8000 Enterprise won't blow your socks off in terms of speed, but for an inkjet printer it produces good-looking black and white text and also has low running costs for colour and black and white documents.
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.
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.
The Brother MFC-J4510DW all-in-one printer leads with a stylishly compact chassis and its Web-connectivity rounds out an impressive list of useful features for small offices.
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.
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.
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.
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.