Don't-Miss Printer Stories
Although the black ink is pricey, this inexpensive MFP's nice output will appeal to home or student users who print at low volume.
On the surface, it’s a nice bargain for home users who print infrequently, but the pricey black ink and all-too-brief 90-day warranty make it a meager long-term deal.
Expensive toner and the lack of automatic duplexing make this small-office printer less appealing than it could be.
Speed, high paper capacity, and inexpensive inks make this full-featured MFP a nice fit for a busy small office or workgroup.
After creating an affordable MFP with a nice touchscreen and attractive output, HP spoils the deal with a dumbed-down driver that doesn't even support manual duplexing.
Bargain laser printers don’t get much cheaper than this model, but watch the pricey toner--the cost is tolerable only if you print fairly little.
Pricey black ink spoils the deal with this otherwise excellent budget MFP for home or school use.
With a touchscreen LCD and sleek styling, this MFP looks good and delivers nice output for light-volume home or student users.
Lacking only a legal-size scanner platen, this small-office MFP contender has speed, dual input trays, and sharp output.
Whether you are buying for your home or for your office, and for 2 people or 200, we've found the right choices for you.
Outstanding speed and features make this a small-workgroup winner, better for the price than a cheap color laser.
This home MFP is compact and simple, and produces excellent output; but pricey inks and a lack of duplexing features make it best for low-volume, PC-only use.
Superior glossy-photo output and performance somewhat justify the unit and ink prices for this MFP, but color graphics on plain paper don't measure up.