Printers reviews

  • Lexmark Z1420

    Lexmark Z1420

    CNET Rating6.6
    User Rating5.3

    The Lexmark Z1420 offers wireless printing at a bargain price, but when it comes to print quality, you get what you pay for. 4

  • Brother HL-4040cn

    Brother HL-4040cn

    CNET Rating7.4

    Despite its lagging black print speeds, the Brother HL-4040CN does a lot of things right and makes a compelling colour laser printer for small offices or workgroups.

  • Samsung CLX-3160FN

    Samsung CLX-3160FN

    CNET Rating6.7

    The Samsung CLX-3160FN isn't the best or fastest multifunction printer, but it offers a good value for small offices and work groups with basic needs.

  • Canon Pixma MP600

    Canon Pixma MP600

    CNET Rating8.0
    User Rating8.4

    This is a scan and print solution with all-round quality that would be most welcome in any study. 7

  • Samsung CLX-2160 AIO

    Samsung CLX-2160 AIO

    CNET Rating6.8
    User Rating6.5

    Samsung's cute little colour MFP wins points with us for its compact style, although otherwise it's a deeply average printer. 9

  • Lexmark X502n

    Lexmark X502n

    CNET Rating7.4

    Although it's missing some fax features that many small offices and work groups find useful, the Lexmark X502n produces fast, high-quality prints. This is one laser multifunction that has a lot going for it. 1

  • Canon PIXMA iP90v

    Canon PIXMA iP90v

    CNET Rating7.4

    The Canon Pixma iP90v is the Vista-enabled version of the older Pixma iP90 and offers nearly the same print speeds and quality. It's a very useful printer if you travel a lot and need to print often, but consider the purchase carefully because it's quite expensive.

  • HP LaserJet 1020

    HP LaserJet 1020

    CNET Rating6.5
    User Rating7.0

    The HP LaserJet 1020 is a good deal for home users who have light print needs, but just a little bit more money can get you more features and better print quality. 6

  • Canon Pixma iP1800

    Canon Pixma iP1800

    CNET Rating6.7

    With its decent print speeds, serviceable print quality, and great software package, the Canon Pixma iP1800 is a good choice for an inexpensive inkjet printer for home users with basic printing needs.

  • Canon Pixma MP460

    Canon Pixma MP460

    CNET Rating7.5
    User Rating7.0

    The Canon Pixma MP460 is a minor update to the MP450. We still like its print quality but were disappointed by its scans. Still, it's one of our top choices for a photo-centric budget all-in-one. 1

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