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Shopping for a printer? Computer Shoppers expert printer reviews cover the best computer printersfor every user, whether youre looking for amultifunction all-in-oneprinter for your home or thetop laser printerfor a small office. Our reviews and printer ratings will help you pinpoint the features you need. Dont miss our buying guides, packed with useful comparison ratings, including ourguide to the best all-in-onesand ourguide to the best wireless printers.

Budget inkjets. Crank-em-out color lasers. And everything between. We test them all: See the best new-for-2017 printers in every category.

The six-ink Canon Pixma TS9020, a $199-MSRP flagship model, is a drastic redesign of the companys consumer photo printers. The output is superior…but one key quibble remains.

Brothers business-minded MFC-J6935DW inkjet is a rare combo: It prints, scans, copies, and faxes tabloid-size documents, uses cheap ink, and does one-pass, two-sided scanning. Whats not to like?

Epsons $99 Expression Home XP-440 Small-in-One provides excellent print and copy quality, plus decent single-page scanning, in a trim printer for family and home use. We have just one key caveat.

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Our Verdict:Based on Epsons new PrecisionCore printhead technology, this strong-performing multifunction printer delivers on speed, print quality, and cost per page. Its a strong buy even at full MSRP; discounts at time of our review make it an exceptional one for small-biz use.

Our Verdict:Epsons replacement for the seven-year-old Stylus Pro 4900 has improved inks, a rock-steady drive mechanism, and extremely low ink costs. The print quality is amazing, but only serious production environments need apply.

Our Verdict:This business-centric inkjet is a rare combo: It prints, scans, copies, and faxes tabloid-size documents, uses cheap ink, and does one-pass, two-sided scanning.

Our Verdict:This business-centric all-in-one nails the big stuff, providing tabloid-size printing at a low cost per page. The print quality is very good, and its single-pass ADF does automatic two-sided scanning.

Our Verdict:HPs innovative AIO combines some of the key advantages of laser and inkjet printers, including excellent print quality for both text and graphics, plus a low cost per page.

Our Verdict:One of the fastest and most ink-efficient high-volume inkjet AIOs, this supercharged workhorse is hard to resist if your business prints a lot and needs color output.

Our Verdict:This single-function color laser prints well, with a feature set that shines for the low price. Keep it to light duty, and youll find it a strong pick among budget color lasers.

Our Verdict:One of the smallest, least-expensive AIOs you can buy, the DeskJet 2655 prints well for the price. And paired with HPs Instant Ink subscription plan, its running costs are downright reasonable for a budget printer.

Our Verdict:Yes, its comparatively slow, but this MegaTank Pixma prints well and features some of the lowest running costs among inkjet printers. But you must actually use itand frequentlyto realize its true value.

Our Verdict:This inexpensive, fast little monochrome MFP prints well, and the feature set is strong for the price, even if a high cost per page discourages using it to its full potential.

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