5 Budget Printers You can Definitely Afford Right Now

5 Budget Printers You can Definitely Afford Right Now

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If you are in the market for a home printer but don’t want to spend a lot of money, you might feel discouraged. Well, you’re in luck: there are actually quite a few models available today that you can get for under $100. In fact, some may be as low as $30, depending on your particular 123inkcartridges.ca printing needs.

CANON DESKJET 1112 COLOR INKJET

Inkjets don’t print all that fast but if you want high quality color prints—and you want to save money—this might just be the perfect model for you. With a print speed of only 20 pages per minute (16 pages per minute for color prints) it has only one 60-sheet paper tray and a 1,000 sheet monthly duty cycle. Image result for 5 Budget Printers You can Definitely Afford Right Now

EPSON STYLUS NX430 SMALL-IN-ONE

Sure, it has a cute name but the Epson Style NX430 “Small In One” certainly lives up to its moniker.  While it does not have an automatic document feeder (it is small, after all), this compact do-it-all machine has Wi-Fi connectivity, and quick print speeds, even an iPrint app for smartphone compatibility.  Also missing a double-sided print option, this multi-function device still packs a punch that should be good enough for students and even small home offices, without the 1-2 combination to your bank account.

CANON PIXMA MG2220

If you are looking to cut some corners—and cost—without cutting the quality, the Canon Pixma MG2220 is as bare bones as it gets; but that does not mean it can’t get the job done.  It has a shorter warranty and is without the large LCD screen that attracts more actionable buyers to higher-priced models but Canon has made a machine that offers basic printing for people who have every day—simple—copy, printing, scanning, and faxing needs.  

HP PHOTOSMART 5510 e-ALL-IN-ONE

You might think that you have to spend a couple hundred bucks on a decent all-in-one but HP thinks you can do better. How about less than $100?  Directly competing with the  Epson Style NX430 (first on this list), this might actually be a better choice thanks to manual double-sided printing options and a larger-capacity paper feeding tray.  It also prints a little faster, too.

BROTHER HL-2270DW

Finally, we have the Brother HL-2270DW. This is a laser monochrome printer that, as the description alludes, offers basic, high-speed black-and-white printing for simple school and office needs.  Ultra-fast with wireless connectivity options, this machine does not print graphics well, obviously, but if your printing needs are simple, this could be the one for you.

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