The WorkForce 520's speed and cheap inks address two small-office needs, but its text quality on plain paper falls short of another.
Even a printer that looks inexpensive can quickly blow your budget with its pricey ink or toner. Our 12 hand-picked bargain printers give you the lowest cost of consumables.
Businesses that think they want a color laser should look at this alternative: It’s fast, very cheap to use, and generally better at photos.
Businesses considering a color laser should look at this alternative before buying: It’s fast, very cheap to use, and prints better photos.
Inkjet or laser? Single-function printer or MFP? Our shopping advice can help you decide.
This machine has a few nice features, but its expensive inks make it a dicey deal for small or home offices.
You pay more for the machine but less for its ink, which is a reasonable trade-off--especially considering the plentiful features that accompany this MFP.
It’s nice that such an inexpensive MFP includes Wi-Fi, but only low-volume users could tolerate the expensive inks.
Higher-than-average ink costs mar an otherwise versatile and affordable MFP.
Speed and print quality are decent, but the pricey black ink limits this unit to low-volume home use.
This well-balanced MFP offers excellent output, good performance, and low ink costs, making it a good match for a small office or a busy family.
Kodak continues to shine with photos prints and low ink costs, but this unit's plain-paper output is a bit on the light side.
If you're looking for a printer, we found Best Buy to be the best place to shop, followed by CDW and Staples.
Dell's 3330dn monochrome laser printer may not look exceptional, with its compact footprint, low price, and rather basic feature set. But it offers impressive...
Although the C610dtn’s color quality needs some tweaking, the printer's speed and economy advantages offset that drawback.