The Canon Pixma iP2600 is an excellent option for buyers looking to print their personal photos and text documents. We wish it had external ports for direct image uploading (although we're not surprised it doesn't), but you'll be more than satisfied with this printer's ability to deliver quality photos at a low price.
A Pixma iP5200 with built-in networking.
It uses older technology, and its print quality won't blow you away, but the P-440's speed and nice design might win over some shutterbugs.
Canon Pixma iP4000R
This excellent printer cedes its Editors' Choice crown to the Canon iP8500 but remains a great choice for photo enthusiasts despite some finicky printhead behavior.
The Epson Stylus R300M photo inkjet printer includes many features sure to please digital photo enthusiasts.
This printer lets photo amateurs print excellent photos, but it requires patience and an optional ink cartridge for optimal output.
The Canon i475D is small-scale photo printer with some nice features for amateur digital photographers, but the i860 is a better deal.
This color inkjet is an excellent value for families, students, job seekers, and, of course, digital photo nuts.
Digital-camera hobbyists who long to print photos on the road will love this printer. But those looking to print large sheets should consider a more versatile photo-capable inkjet, such as the older Photosmart 1315 or the Canon S900.