Don't-Miss Multifunction printer Stories
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.
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.
This inexpensive, light-duty MFP excels at printing on photo paper and is easy to use, but its print quality and performance are otherwise unremarkable.
The 5250's wireless functionality is a nice touch, but the MFP itself is slow and minimally featured otherwise.
For a reasonable price, you get automatic duplexing and dual 150-sheet input trays, but the trade-off is mediocre print speed.
A good bargain, the Photosmart Plus offers impressive speed and print quality for the price, plus Wi-Fi.
This speedy MFP comes loaded, but it should have better overall print quality for the price.
HP's Photosmart Premium TouchSmart Web All-in-One Printer can print news stories and directions directly from Web sites, but the execution could use more polish.
This color inkjet multifunction printer is a competent small-office device that can can access and view Web-based applications on its LCD.