Top Printer Picks

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If you’re looking for a quick printer buying recommendation, you’ve come to the right place! Our list of Top Printer Picks is continuously updated to reflect our favorite printers of the moment – including our most recent Editor’s Choice award winners.

HOME/HOME OFFICE

For home users, affordable, versatile multi-function inkjets are where it’s at. The following devices are some of the most promising options for users who need to do a bit of everything, from printing schoolwork to scanning photos.

Epson Artisan 800

Epson Artisan 800


The Epson Artisan 800 is a creative person’s dream printer. The color is fabulous, the software projects unique, and it’s got fax, scan, and copy capabilities for taking care of business from home. (READ MORE)

Kodak ESP 9

Kodak ESP 7/ESP 9


The Kodak ESP 9 and ESP 7 have given inkjet users what they have been begging for – affordable, long-lasting ink. The new ESP models print 1500 photos and documents for about $70. (READ MORE)

Dell V505w

Dell V505w


Dell joined Project Red with the intent to give a little back when selling their products. The V505w is a good printer on its own, but knowing you are making a contribution to a worthy cause will make you feel great. (READ MORE)

PHOTO

From inkjets to dye-sub models, photocentric printers are built with one thing in mind: outputting great prints of your best snapshots.

Sony DP-FP75

Sony DP-FP75


For those photo freaks who can’t live without hard copy photos displayed in frames and albums, dye-sub photocentric printers are a dream. The Sony DP-FP75 is a good one. (READ MORE)
HP Photosmart C4599

HP Photosmart C4599


We recently reviewed the limited edition C4599 printer – and while it is a quality printer, what we liked most was that HP is branching out into the wireless domain and partnering with Apple and MySpace to give users a unique printing experience. (READ MORE)

BUSINESS

Laser printers dominate business printing these days, providing quick, cost-effective printing in both monochrome and color. From desktop size affordable models to high-speed, high-capacity commercial printers, here are some of our favorites for meeting the demands of office printing.

Xerox Phaser 8860

Xerox Phaser 8560/Phaser 8860


Xerox is currently the only manufacturer to sell solid ink printers, but the company feels like the technology has much going for it: it’s efficient, it’s green, and it’s customizable depending on your office’s budget. (READ MORE)

Samsung ML-2851ND

Samsung ML-2851ND


We haven’t reviewed this monochrome laser printer yet, but it’s been getting good reviews from experts and users alike. (READ MORE)

Brother HL 1440

Brother HL 1440


Good price for a good monochrome printer: it is hard to go wrong with a Brother printer when you need a quality laser. Could work in a home office or a small business. (READ MORE)

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