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Want to buy a new printer? You have some decisions to make. Do you need only monochrome printing, or color capability? Do you prefer laser, LED, inkjet, or...
This snapshot printer’s thermal technology is interesting, but the results are disappointing.
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Getting wireless connectivity at this price point is a nice bonus, but the HL-3070cw is otherwise slow and sparsely featured.
The CP4025dn workgroup printer has plenty of speed and features, as well as low costs per page; photos tend to look dark, however.
You get a little bit of a lot of features with this entry-level MFP, including Wi-Fi. Unfortunately, the unit is very slow, and only its high-yield black ink is a good deal.
Photo printers come in all shapes and sizes. Here's how to figure out which one is right for you.
Compact snapshot printer comes with an built-in digital frame.
This low-cost model is impressively quick, but its output quality and design fail to keep pace.
Wi-Fi is included in the bargain pricing, but the trade-offs are slow print speeds and mediocre graphics quality.
Epson's PictureMate Dash PM 260 snapshot printer may look like a glorified lunch box, but it delivers where it counts. It's fast and very easy to use; it prints...
Epson's latest snapshot printer lets you enjoy photos on screen as well as on paper.