Multifunction printers come in every shape, size, and price point for home or student users to busy workgroups. Check out the best models reviewed this year.
Our reader survey indicates that consumers are largely satisfied with their printers, though overall satisfaction levels have declined since 2009.
Print vivid images on photo-friendly models for home, office, or enthusiast users.
Once you've exhausted all the usual troubleshooting steps, check your printer's ink cartridge. It could be faulty.
Collobos Software's updated FingerPrint software makes it easy for business users to print to virtual printers as well as real ones.
This workgroup unit has a high price tag, but it's very fast and thoroughly equipped. The solid-ink technology produces laserlike results with less fuss and lower cost.
Impressive print quality is the highlight of this small workgroup unit. Speed and features are competent. Toner costs range from average to a little pricey.
Canon's new Pixma MG6320 raises the bar for printer design. It's significantly easier to use than its predecessors, has automatic duplex printing, and produces nice output. Ink costs for some cartridges are higher than average.
Just because you're on a smartphone doesn't mean you can't print. In a few easy steps -- and with Google's Cloud Print -- you'll be printing from your mobile device in no time.
Epson's Expression Premium XP-800 is a great little multifunction that handles every SOHO chore in the book and is especially well-suited for graphic artisans. But for a nearly $300 printer, ink costs are high.