The Canon Pixma MG6320 is a photo-centered all-in-one printer that does a good job at printing color photos and scanning them too. It is simple to setup and has a forward-thinking design, but it does have costly ink cartridges and slow print speeds.
The HP Photosmart 5520 is an inexpensive multifunction printer that offers built-in duplexing, a touch panel and ePrint capabilities. It also provides reliable and good looking output but it lacks an automatic document feeder and the scanner lid hinge does not float to accomodate thicker items.
Dedicated photo printers like the Canon Selphy CP900 have become something of a niche product. If you need a portable, dedicated 4x6 photo printer, that makes the CP900 one of your few options. Fortunately, it's capable enough that it would probably be one of the better choices even if there were more competition.
The Canon Pixma PRO-1 is Canon’s new flagship A3+ photo printer, capable of producing high-quality prints at up to 13 by 19 inches. It is a step up from the Canon Pixma Pro9500 Mark II, employing more and larger ink tanks and clocking faster photo-printing speeds.
The Canon Pixma MG3120 is an all-in-one inkjet printer that gives you overall good copy and scan quality. It does lack in some features in order to keep the unit's cost low, like no memory card support or an Ethernet port. But if you're in the market for a cheap, reliable all-in-one, this one might be for you.
The Kodak Hero 9.1 is a feature-packed all-in-one printer that has a smart touchscreen and very good image and text quality. Small business buyers will appreciate the automatic document feeder and built-in duplexing. It definitely isn't the speediest printer on the market and we don't like the combined color cartridge, but it's still a really good unit overall.
The Canon Pixma MG6220 is packed with unique features, like CD/DVD printing, Apple AirPrint support and HD Movie Print. It has a really great design that includes a touch sensitive panel, but we had some issues with the screen itself. Other than that, it has a very reasonable price for its wealth of features.
The Epson Stylus Photo R2000 is, for the moment at least, the least expensive of Epson's high-end, near-dedicated photo printers. It offers speed and output quality suitable for professional photographers and graphic artists at a price suitable for serious amateurs.
The Epson WorkForce 60 raises the bar on what to expect from an inexpensive inkjet printer. Faster than some color lasers, with paper handling that includes an ample 250-sheet capacity and built-in duplexer, it could have been designed just to challenge assumptions. Add in the Ethernet and Wi-Fi support, and you have to agree that it delivers an awful lot of printer for the price.
The Canon Pixma MG6120 is a compact multifunction printer that has a touch-interface, wireless connectivity and an automatic document feeder. It also has a budget-friendly price and performance that doesn't leave anything to want.