Don't-Miss Photo printer Stories
For a reasonable price, you get automatic duplexing and dual 150-sheet input trays, but the trade-off is mediocre print speed.
Slower than its Epson cousins but also a little cheaper, the Charm is a good choice for a basic photo printer.
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.
The ink may be cheap and the features rich, but an MFP this pricey should not also be this slow.
Sluggish and allergic to plain paper, the P703w simply can't compete with like-priced models.
Despite the appeal of its blazing speed, this multifunction printer comes with drawbacks--especially ink costs.
Cool features and high-quality output make the D7560 a photo printer well worth considering.
This color inkjet MFP is a little pricey but offers premium features for photo enthusiasts.
The low-cost Canon MP620 offers wireless connectivity, while the high-end Epson Artisan 800 provides a CD/DVD printing function.
The Selphy ES3's fun factor is negated by its problems with speed, print quality, and consumables costs.
Speed and versatility can't make up for disappointing photo quality--especially at this price.