The wide variety of paper sizes and editing options available on the A646 may make up for a few other shortcomings.
The CP790 printer is cute and stylish, but it wastes ink and has an awkward paper-handling setup.
Web capabilities and generous features make the Pro905 MFP worth considering for a small office, although it’s average in other respects.
This multifunction printer has a few bells and whistles, but they aren't enough to overcome exorbitant ink prices.
High ink costs make this multifunction printer less economical than it should be, but at least it’s fast.
This multifunction printer's wide-format capability is nice, but not its slow performance and variable print quality.
A student or home user will like this multifunction printer’s speed, but not its ink costs and other quirks.
It's a surprisingly decent multifunction printer for the price, but the tradeoff is its high black ink costs.
Printing posters and other large pieces is easy with this fast, wide-format model. Inks are cheap.
Useful software and manuals can’t compensate for shortcomings in speed, design, and print quality.
Yes, it's expensive, but it prints on paper up to banner size, at a fast clip and for a low cost.
Though the purchase price is right, the Selphy CP780 is a slow snapshot printer, and its ink and paper are expensive.
Print quality is impressive for a model this inexpensive, but its ink costs are high.
Moderately priced model offers solid performance, features, and print quality, with few compromises.
Supercheap toner enhances this basic unit, but sluggish speed is a drawback.