* Powerful printers great for both home and office use
* Choose from wireless models for added connectivity
* Print directly from your desktop, laptop or phone
You may not realize it, but the modern printer has come a long way. From old stamp prints back in ancient Mesopotamia to the first printing press in the 1400s, printing has always been a part of our collective culture. Fortunately, today’s printers come with tons of bonus features, not to mention they’re able to use much less ink while being a fraction of the size.
If you’re in the market for a powerful printer on a budget, here are five great options.
1. Canon PIXMA Wireless All-In-One Color Inkjet Printer
This sleek printer features a compact design with tons of versatility. Choose from Airprint, Google Cloud Print, NFC, Mopria and more, for fast, high-quality prints. You even have the option for two-sided prints.
2. Canon IP2820 Inkjet Printer
Small, stylish and highly effective, the Canon IP2820 lets you print in better quality with the option to use high-capacity XL ink cartridges. More than that, the auto power-on feature makes it easier to print in a hurry, erasing the need to turn your printer on and wait for the green light to load.
3. Epson WorkForce Pro All-in-One Color Inkjet Printer
Powered by Epson’s PercisonCore software, this printer is a powerhouse. Featuring speeds of 20 ISO ppm for black and white prints, this printer is great for when you need to print a lot in a small amount of time. A 250-sheet capacity makes refills few and far between.
4. Canon MAXIFY Wireless Office Inkjet Printer
Small but powerful, this Canon printer is highly economical. In fact, a single tank of XL ink is able to provide up to an impressive 2500 black pages or 1500 color pages. With 7-second prints, this wireless printer is able to provide faster, smoother and sleeker high-quality prints.
5. Brother Inkjet All-in-One Color Printer
This high-powered printer has it all — automatic two-sided printing, multi-device connectivity, cost-cutting printing capability and more. It even comes packed with Amazon’s patented Dash Replacement services enabled, which means it automatically orders new link when supplies are low.