This color inkjet is an excellent value for families, students, job seekers, and, of course, digital photo nuts.
A relatively fast photo printer that produces excellent photo and graphics output.
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.
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
Attention, portrait photographers: keep an eye on this one.
Ever printed on an airplane? What about from a cell phone? The go-anywhere Canon iP90 offers worlds of possibilities--for a price.
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
Fast print speeds and decent output make this inexpensive printer a great option for multitasking families.
Epson's new dye-based 13-inch printer has style and prints large photos, but its black-and-white prints are less than perfect.
The Epson Stylus Photo R2400 printer's excellent monochrome printing further solidifies company's hegemony of the enthusiast and professional photo printer markets.
HP Photosmart 8450
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.
If you don't mind the shorter display life of dye-based prints or the paper choices offered by Canon, the Pixma Pro9000 makes an excellent choice for a medium-format inkjet printer.
The HP Photosmart D7360 offers a varied selection of features, great print quality, and fast text prints, but if you need fast photo prints, look elsewhere. Otherwise, this is a decent option for amateur photo hobbyists.
It isn't cheap compared to standard printers, but the Canon Pixma iP100 has the highest resolution available in the mobile printer market and prints at an impressive speed to boot. If you simply must have a printer with you at all times, the iP100 should be the do-it-all at your side.
Versatile stand-alone operation and good photo quality make the Canon Pixma iP6600D appealing for digital camera owners, but slow operation and mediocre text output mean it's a bad choice for SOHO or business use.
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.
Printer design has been stuck in the '90s. This mobile-first printer aims to change that.