The Epson Expression Home XP-430 combines reliable do-it-all multifunction printing and a space-saving design at an ultra-affordable price.
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.
The HP Envy 4520 is a capable all-in-one that combines a printer, copier and scanner with two ink delivery choices designed to ease back on expensive ink refills.
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.
HP's Officejet 6500A Plus is easy to recommend. Despite its low price tag, it offers loads of great features, delivers excellent printed results and is cheap to run. The only minor downside is that duplex printing is a little sluggish.
You'll find more features available on competitors' similarly priced models, but if you value print quality and speed over extra bells and whistles then the Pixma iX6550 is definitely worth consideration.
The HP Officejet J6480 has a lot of built-in features that are rarely found included in a $200 printer. Shoppers looking for an all-inclusive multifunctional unit will be impressed with the robust hardware and rich print quality.
The Epson SX535WD is great value for money. Despite its low price tag, it offers an impressive range of features and is also one of the fastest sub-£100 inkjet models around.
HP's Deskjet 1050A 1050A is a cheap and cheerful multifunction printer that's ideal for those who don’t have heavy printing demands.
The Canon Pixma MG5350 delivers excellent quality prints at a really rapid pace. It's not the cheapest model to run and it lacks a touchscreen, but we think its impressive performance helps to make up for these two slight failings.
It's not the easiest model to use, nor does it have the fastest print speed, but its high-quality output and range of features for the price make the Canon MG3150 a good budget buy.
The Brother MFC-J625DW offers many features for very little outlay, yet also prints at a rapid pace. Its print quality isn't quite as good as that of similarly priced machines from HP and Canon, though.
The Epson Stylus SX425W multi-function, colour inkjet printer is slow, and its print quality isn't always great. But it offers loads of features for a very low asking price and impresses with its cheap running costs.
If you can afford its initial and ongoing costs and aren't looking to hang your work in a museum, the HP Sprocket Photo Printer is a simple and enjoyable way to get photos off your phone.
Samsung's first digital photo printer is a sight to see as it runs the paper in and out of its innards. The spectacle is matched by the product, as the finished pictures look amazing. This is a printer that can be operated by anyone, and as long as you're not printing out masses of photos, it's an economical way to keep updating that photo album
Great features at a low price make the HP Deskjet 3050A a great buy for those with less demanding print needs.
The Kodak ESP 1.2 is a decent, if not exactly spectacular, budget all-in-one printer. Its output isn't from the top drawer, but it's still likely to be more than acceptable for most people. Also, its relatively cheap colour ink cartridges make it a good option for those who need to print lots of colour pages.
The Kodak ESP 3.2's low running costs, especially for colour printing, set it apart form the pack, but there are better models out there when it comes to print speed and quality.