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Reviews of Inkjet Printers

Inkjet printers offer great value for the money, since they come awfully cheap (and often come as part of a new-computer package). Most inkjet printers have incorporated scanners, copiers, and even fax machines, so you'll find a lot more in the All-in-One Printers section above. Still, a few only do one thing--print.
  1. Brother Inkjet Printers (10)
  2. Canon Inkjet Printers (12)
  3. Dell Inkjet Printers (1)
  4. Epson Inkjet Printers (18)
  5. HP Inkjet Printers (14)
  6. Kodak Inkjet Printers (8)
  7. Lexmark Inkjet Printers (3)

All-in-One Printers: Top Picks
When you've got a small home office, an all-in-one printer, also known as a multifunction printer (MFP), is a great buy. All-in-one printers can print, scan, copy, and sometimes fax. All-in-one printers are also reasonably priced. Here are some of the best all-in-one printers I've tested. Some notes on terminology. Purists will insist that...

Printer ink is expensive; but will you save money with refills?
Printer ink isn't cheap, and if you compare prices by volume, you may find it's more expensive than almost any other liquid (including human blood). But that comparison may be misleading, since printer ink has to be almost magical in its ability to be a stable liquid for a long time, then be raised to 300 degrees Celsius and shot out of a microscopically small nozzle at 30 miles an hour and still…

Is It Worth Getting Inkjet Cartridges Refilled?
Ink goes quickly, and inkjet cartridges are often very expensive to buy--sometimes you could have bought a new printer with what it cost you to buy a few refills. That's prompted a lot of people to try to get their cartridges refilled via Costco, Walgreens, or other shops (online or offline). Results, however, are mixed.

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