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.
If you're about to go shopping for a printer, whether in person or online, keep the following tips in mind.
In this article, we'll describe the major types of printers available, so you know what your options are.
Ready to buy a printer? These are the specs you need to understand to make an informed choice.
The HP Color Laserjet Enterprise CP4025dn is a workgroup color laser printer with speed and features to spare.
The Brother HL-3070CW color LED printer gives small offices color printing on the cheap and it has Wi-Fi, too.
The PictureMate Show is a snapshot printer and more: Epson has integrated a digital frame into its design.
This multifunction device has one truly new feature: the ability to access Web-based applications for viewing and printing items on the machine.
Melissa Riofrio explains the differences between the Epson PictureMate Charm PM 225 and HP Photosmart A646 snapshot printers.