Don't-Miss Printer Stories
This workgroup-level printer imposes budget-breaking toner costs, making it unsuitable for high-volume use.
Small, simple, and easy to use, this color printer produces nice-looking pages--for a dear price.
We test five portable sheetfed scanners for use at home, in the office, and on the road. Equipped with compact automatic document feeders, these capable units excel at turning stacks of paper into electronic files for easy storage and distribution.
Printing over the Web through the beta Google Cloud Print service is basically reliable, despite a few problems.
Unlike most basic small- or home-office MFPs, the NX625 offers mostly cheap inks and some impressive performance.
Competitive in speed and features, but not photo quality, the HL-4570CDW small-business laser printer is best for mainstream use.
You don't have to splurge for a dedicated photo printer to produce great pictures. This collection of printers for photo buffs includes multifunction printers along with a few specialized photo printers.
Some printers that have a low sticker price will kill you with high ink costs. But our bargain printer picks treat your budget gently now and over the long haul.
From printers to Webcams to monitors to mice, these computer peripherals were honored as part of the 2011 CES Innovations Awards.
Built for style rather than efficiency, this multifunction printer operates adequately but expensively.
The 'wow' factor of the Genesis's vertical profile and its camera-based scanner compensates somewhat for the pricey inks.
Fast, capable, and overshadowed by its detachable tablet control panel, this MFP offers a unique extra that may justify its price.
Touch-sensitive controls, inexpensive inks, and a legal-size scanner raise this MFP above the competition.