Check out these color printers and multifunctions that can make your business documents pop or create cards, photos, and posters at home.
The ink may be cheap and the features rich, but an MFP this pricey should not also be this slow.
Well designed, with solid speed and print quality, this home-oriented model has what it takes.
Despite the appeal of its blazing speed, this multifunction printer comes with drawbacks--especially ink costs.
This color inkjet MFP is a little pricey but offers premium features for photo enthusiasts.
The Sony DPP-FP67 and DPP-FP97 Digital Photo Printers are quick and simple photo producers.
Low on cash? These printers can't print more money for you (sorry), but they can help you save what you have with their low purchase prices and reasonable ink or toner costs.
This supercheap color laser is best suited for home-office use at low volume, nothing too complex.
This printer's speed and great output quality will please workgroups, while its cheap toner will make the boss happy.
For the price, you get solid overall printing performance--albeit in a somewhat less solid-feeling package.
The low-cost Canon MP620 offers wireless connectivity, while the high-end Epson Artisan 800 provides a CD/DVD printing function.
For home or school, the Pixma MP620 inkjet MFP offers impressive features and connectivity for a low price.
The Artisan 800 inkjet MFP gives you plenty of features and capabilities, but it needs special paper for the best results.
Small offices will like the Brother MFC-5890CN's versatility and its cheap inks; however, it's pretty slow at printing.