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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.

Brother HL-L2395DW

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

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.

HP Photosmart 7520 e-All-in-One

The HP Photosmart 7520 earns its "all-in-one" moniker and adds cloud printing, remote accessibility, wireless connectivity, and app downloads to its list of features for busy households and small offices.

Canon Pixma MX330

The Canon Pixma MX330 doesn't produce the best quality prints, but you won't find a more versatile printer in the sub-$150 category. An auto-document feeder, 1.8-inch LCD screen, and easy-to-use features make it an excellent choice for creative homes on a budget.

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.

HP Deskjet D2660

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.

Brother MFC-490CW

The Brother MFC-490CW is an improvement over the more expensive MFC-5890CN, but that still doesn't excuse its drudging print speeds and mechanical issues under the hood. Instead of dealing with these headaches, we recommend you look toward the Canon Pixma MX330, which will give you consistent performance and a variety of extra features for the same price.

OKI C5500n

The Oki C5500n is an excellent networked color laser printer, but it's pricey. For just a little more, you can get a color laser multifunction.

Afinia H-Series H479

No 3D printer is perfect yet, but the Afinia H-Series H479 3D printer is the most approachable model we've reviewed, and we'd recommend it to anyone serious about getting started with 3D printing.

Kodak Hero 9.1 All-in-One Printer

The Hero 9.1 is a suitable choice for shoppers who need a capable multifunction imaging device with acceptable performance, apps that bring workflow into the cloud, and dual paper feed trays.

Mattel ThingMaker

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.

Epson AC CX11

The Epson AcuLaser CX11NF makes available all the office document-handling basics--except PC faxing--at a low price.

Brother DCP-8040

The Brother DCP-8040 excels at prints and copies, but it can't handle everything in the multifunction bailiwick.

Konica Minolta Magicolor 2400

The Magicolor 2430DL is a fine machine for anyone whose text-printing needs trump their color-printing demands.

Dell Color Laser 5100cn

This respectable, middle-of-the-road color laser printer stands up to heavy network use but won't bankrupt the company.

Formlabs Form 2 3D Printer

Incredibly expensive, the Formlabs Form 2 3D Printer is only worth the investment for those with very specific needs and deep pockets.

Dell Photo 926 All-in-One Printer

The Dell Photo 926 is disappointing, even for a $100 multifunction printer. You can get a better printer for the same money.

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