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Latest Printer Reviews
HP's new Envy Inspire 7900e draws from the company's best inkjet tech and has a Quiet Mode to reduce noise.
HP's Envy Inspire 7900e comes with robust photo printing capabilities.
Can't decide between picking up an instant camera or a mobile photo printer? The Kodak Smile Classic is both, using a 16-megapixel sensor to shoot and print to Zink paper along with Bluetooth.
kodak smile clasic review classic 9641
The Instax Mini Link mobile printer uses motion controls to change settings. It's loaded with some creative (and gimmicky) features that will make it a hit at parties.
fujifilm instax mini link review hkg 9611
Can a printer look good enough to reside in your living room? The Tango X does. With its fabric cover, it looks somewhat like a large, fabric-covered coffee-table book. But looks aren't everything -- it also prints quite well.
HP Tango X review
Canon’s Pixma TS9020 is a home photo printer that also copies and scans. But its hallmark is the excellent photo quality output, thanks to six inks.
Canon Pixma TS9020 review opening
You can make gallery-quality prints at home with the affordable Epson SureColor P400, a prosumer inkjet that is a good choice for anyone starting out.
Epson Surecolor P400 review
It’s not the fastest, cheapest, nor quietest multifunction printer you can buy. But the HP DeskJet 3755 the smallest, and that carries a lot of weight.
HP DeskJet 3755 review
For high-yield printing environments such as small offices, Canon’s Maxify MB5420 is a great choice. It’s a multifunction workhorse printer designed for heavy-duty use.
Canon Maxify MB5420 review
Budget printers usually requires sacrifice in features or performance, but Brother’s J885DW office MFP delivers on the things that matter, at a low cost of purchase.
Brother MFC J885DW
The PictureMate PM-400 is the newest portable photo printer from Epson, and lets you make lab-quality photos at home. But the convenience of this specialty printer comes at a premium.
Epson PictureMate PM-400