This low-priced MFP offers high-class performance and even includes wireless, but supports only rudimentary paper handling is rudimentary.
This laser printer looks like a bargain, but its pricey toner makes it good only for low-volume use.
A small office or home office will like the speed and automatic duplexing, but the trade-off is pricey toner.
Higher-than-average ink costs mar an otherwise versatile and affordable multifunction device.
Speed and print quality are decent, but the pricey black ink limits this multifunction device to low-volume home use.
The Lexmark Interact S605 multifunction printer has a few nice features, but its expensive inks make it a dicey deal for small or home offices.
Well-balanced multifunction printer performs well and offers inexpensive ink.
Kodak continues to shine with photos prints and low ink costs, but the ESP 7250's plain-paper output is a bit on the light side.
If you're looking for a printer, PCWorld finds Best Buy to be the best place to shop, followed by CDW and Staples.
If you just want a cheap inkjet printer for the occasional photo or casual printout, the Pixma iP2702 can provide that basic level of service.
A small-office bargain, this printer offers good performance and plentiful features for the price, and its inks are budget-friendly, too.
Although the C610dtn’s color quality needs some tweaking, this color printer's speed and economy advantages offset that drawback.
Nearly perfect for a busy workgroup, this monochrome laser printer is speedy and offers automatic duplexing, along with modest (but upgradable) paper handling.
HP's Officejet Pro 8000 Wireless color inkjet printer could cure some small offices or workgroups of their color-laser envy.
To help you make the proper decision, we've put together a set of printer buying guides. These guides will help you be better informed when you're shopping.