Top 10 Best Printers Review | InfoTechline Reviews

The three most useful ways to categorize printers are by purpose (general or special), intended use (home or office), and technology. Define your needs by all three categories, and you’re well on your way to finding the right printer. Most printers—including most inkjets that manufacturers market as photo printers—are general-purpose printers, meant for printing text, graphics, and photos. Special-purpose printers include portable printers, dedicated and near-dedicated photo printers, and label printers.

The two most common technologies—laser and inkjet—increasingly overlap in capabilities, but there are still differences. The most important are that all lasers (and laser-class printers such as solid ink and LED-based printers) print higher-quality text than any inkjet, and almost any inkjet prints higher-quality photos than the overwhelming majority of lasers. Ask yourself whether text or photos are more important, and pick a technology accordingly.

Before anything, it’s important for you to determine what you’ll use the printer for. Is it for work or home, or both? Will it be primarily used for printing out word documents or spreadsheets? Does it have to be a jack-of-all-trades device? How much are you willing to spend, both on the printer and the ink/toner? Do you need to print in color or are black-and-white printouts just fine? Once you’ve figured out what you need, check out the 10 best printers on the market today that we’ve reviewed.

Best Top 10 Printers Review | InfoTechline Reviews

Dell B3465dnf Multifunction Laser Printer
 Dell Small Business The Dell B3465dnf Multifunction Laser Printer delivers speed, heavy-duty capability for a small- to medium-size office, and a seven-inch touch screen control panel with easy to use menus.

Canon Pixma MX922 Wireless Office All-In-One Printer
 B&H Photo-Video-Pro Audio The Canon Pixma MX922 Wireless Office All-In-One Printer more than makes up for its slow speed for business applications with its output quality and MFP features.

Dell B2360dn

Dell The Dell B2360dn’s speed and paper handling make it a good fit as a shared monochrome laser printer for heavy-duty printing in a micro or small office or workgroup.

Dell B5460dn
 Dell Small Business The Dell B5460dn provides lightning-fast laser printing for busy workgroups in mid-sized to larger offices.

Epson WorkForce WF-3520

Epson The Epson WorkForce WF-3520 is a compact, highly capable MFP for medium- to heavy-duty printing in a micro office or for personal use in any size office.

Epson WorkForce WF-3540

Epson The Epson WorkForce WF-3540 is a little weak on text quality but its paper handling and MFP features make it an excellent fit for a micro office with heavy-duty needs.

HP Officejet Pro 276dw MFP
HP Direct The HP Officejet Pro 276dw inkjet MFP offers speed and paper handling that’s more typical of laser MFPs plus sophisticated features like the ability to scan both sides of a page.

Ricoh Aficio SG 3110DNw

TheNerds.net The Ricoh Aficio SG 3110DNw is small enough to serve as a personal inkjet printer, but delivers speed and paper handling suitable for heavy-duty printing in a micro or small office.

Samsung CLP-415NW

The CLP-415NW color laser offers fast speed and above-par output quality, making it an excellent choice for micro and small offices with light to medium-duty print needs.

Xerox Phaser 7100/N

The Xerox Phaser 7100/N color laser printers, geared to color printing at up to tabloid size for small to mid-sized offices, and busy workgroups, can print above-average graphics and photos.

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