Whether you're seeking a reliable printer for a home office or a student's room, or you want to jazz up a desk with a well-designed workhorse, we have the printer for you.
The elevated camera and automated image processing should appeal to those who take a lot of product shots. The rest of the machine is pretty good, but toner is expensive.
All-in-one, inkjet, laser, snapshot--we help you pick the printer that’s best for your needs.
HP’s TopShot LaserJet Pro M275 uses a camera on a stick to scan 3D objects.
This new multi-function printer uses TopShot, a camera on an adjustable arm, to take multiple birds’-eye photos of 3D objects, combining them in a single image with shadows and contours.
If a good-looking product is paramount to you, then the elegant Envy 110 MFP may be just what you seek--but this model is expensive.
It may be photo-oriented but this Photosmart is also efficient, with peppy performance, an automatic document feeder, and decent ink costs.
For the home user who wants nearly everything in an MFP, the Artisan 837 includes a touch control panel, fast photo speeds, and CD/DVD printing.
CD/DVD printing and some Web connectivity help this model stand out among other midpriced inkjet MFPs.
Brisk speed, efficient paper handling, and reasonably priced toner are this workgroup model’s strengths. Photo quality is adequate.
A futuristic-looking touch panel, attractive output, and good speed highlight this Canon multifunction. The CD/DVD printing is a nice additional feature.
An online shopping trip shows that national retailer Staples charges more and a website called Bluedogink.com charges less--but it's the deal around the price that makes the difference.
This laser MFP is initially inexpensive and has nice output, but its toner is expensive and its feature set is incomplete.
For home or student users, this unit offers good speed, print quality, and paper handling, and it prints on specially coated CD and DVD media.