The HP Deskjet 460c printer is a boon if you're constantly on the go and absolutely need to be able to print from wherever you are. The option of Wi-Fi printing gives it a slight edge over the competition.
This Deskjet seems like the ideal SOHO inkjet, but its crummy print quality and high ink costs negate its low price.
Beyond its wow factor, the wallet-size Brother MW-140BT is a perfect fit for anyone needing minute prints from a PDA.
The PocketJet 3 is pricey and prints only on special paper, but it's more convenient than a portable inkjet if you need to print black text in out-of-the-way places.
This is a decent first laser printer for a student or a writer, and it would make a good companion to a photo inkjet or an all-in-one.
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 Dell 1320c is a decent choice for a small office or work group, but a little more cash will net you a faster printer with better print quality.
The HP Officejet 100 Mobile Printer is a useful accessory for working on the road. The convenience comes at a premium, but its quick prints, wireless access, and rechargeable battery make it worth the cost.
The Samsung ML-2010 markedly improves on its predecessor but remains a personal laser rather than a serious business printer.
An average budget inkjet printer, the Epson Stylus C88 won't thrill you, but it probably won't disappoint either.
The LaserJet 1300 offers fast prints and a lot of expansion options for a home office or a small business. Unfortunately, its print quality fails to measure up to the rest of its attributes.
Need a reliable, bare-bones laser printer with a sense of style? The HP LaserJet 1022 deserves a look.
The Samsung SL-M2020W is the best laser printer you can buy in the ultrabudget price range.
The low-key design of the Deskjet 6840 hides a solid performer that will briskly churn out text, graphics, and photos for up to five networked PCs.