Samsung's entry-level ML-1665 is a printer stripped to its bare bones. Fortunately, those bones are worth every penny. It offers clean and speedy monochrome prints of text and graphics, and it's also tiny, so you can tuck it away pretty much anywhere
The Lexmark Impact S305's low price tag, simple setup, and straightforward features are sure to draw in budget customers with intermittent printing needs. With extra features like wireless printing and a media card reader, the Impact earns a solid recommendation.
Canon's Pixma MP990 should appeal to photo types wanting good quality, but they'll need a little patience to go along with it.
The Lexmark Platinum Pro 905 is a fully capable all-in-one business device, but its touch screen might throw a wrench in your workflow. The Smart Solutions widgets add virtual customization to the control panel, but we wish Lexmark had retained a few hard buttons as well. As the top dog in the Lexmark printer family, the Platinum Pro 905 does the job, but the HP Officejet Pro 8500 Wireless does it better.
The HP Photosmart Premium Fax All-in-One printer makes it easy to increase productivity thanks to its streamlined user interface. The fax, copy, print, and scanning features boast helpful extras like double-sided printing, wireless connectivity, separate photo trays, and quick-access control panel buttons, all while maintaining lab-quality photos and a low cost to print. We highly recommend this printer to anyone who can benefit from its multifunctionality.
The Canon Pixma MX7600 multifunction is a huge improvement over the previous model. With additional features such as an autoduplexer, increased faxing options, and an upgraded control cockpit, we have no problem recommending the MX7600.
Epson's Stylus Photo R1900 photo printer is great for scrapbookers who want to print with pigment ink or advanced photographers who want to print large but can't justify the expense of a pro-level printer
Though its laser heritage makes it unsuitable for printing colour photographs, the CLP 3110cn is great for creating brochures, leaflets or general colour documents. Its initial affordability is matched by its low running costs and easy maintenance, and it should appeal to a wide range of users
With a car charger and Bluetooth support, the i80 brings mobile printing to the next level. It is best suited for those who work out of the office.
The Xerox Phaser 4400 is a serious laser printer worthy of any busy office environment, large or small.
Pick up this basic monochrome laser printer when it's on sale and your printing frustrations will disappear.
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.
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.
If you don't mind sticking to small print jobs, the Cube 3 is as good as it gets for a compact 3D printer.
Most people don't need an A3 printer in their lives. If you do, the HP Officejet 7610 delivers solid quality — but keep an eye on those ongoing print costs.
For enthusiasts and those wanting to produce high-quality prints at home using a dedicated photo printer, the Selphy ES3 is a great purchase, but the cost of consumables and cost per print is fairly steep.
Our quibbles with the Brother MFC-9440CN pale in comparison to the many things we like about it, chiefly its sublime combination of fast speeds with high-quality output. It's currently our favorite recommendation for a small office environment.
With its wealth of office-oriented features, fast prints, and great print quality, the HP Officejet Pro L7680 is a very compelling all-in-one for small businesses or work groups. We wholeheartedly recommend it.