Finding the balance between the initial purchase price of the printer, and the ongoing ink cartridge costs, is the most important consideration for many of our customers. So our printer reviews are biased towards cheap printing, but we do also look for good quality reproduction and scanning, and product reliability.
With the ever increasing use of mobile technology, how we connect to our printers is changing. Modern printers need to offer a variety of connectivity options including AirPrint, WiFi Direct, and Google Cloud Print.
As many new homes get smaller, printers become more compact. The Epson Small-in-One range is a good example of this. Canon has also reduced the footprint of their latest range of inkjet printers.
Buying the best printer for your requirements is a difficult task. Hopefully, we can help you to understand what are the most important factors associated with making this decision.
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