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$185.30
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Canon Pixma TR8620 ranks #50 out of 220. It is in the top 20%.
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7.9
Great
8 expert reviews:
61 The Canon PIXMA TR8620 is an okay printer for small or home office use.
— by Rtings.com
80 The Canon Pixma TR8620 offers plenty of office features, good performance, and high image quality, though ink costs are above what you'd expect on an office-ori...
— by Tom's Guide
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$369.99
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HP OfficeJet 3830 ranks #45 out of 220. It is in the top 20%.
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8.0
Great
13 expert reviews:
80 The low-price, entry-level HP OfficeJet 3830 prints well and at reasonable running costs—when you sign up for HP's Instant Ink subscription program—but you give...
— by PCMag
48 The HP OfficeJet 3830 is what it is: a simple, cheap printer. Home users, particular older or less techy users, will find this printer familiar and easy to use....
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$390
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Canon Pixma TS8220 ranks #100 out of 220.
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7.3
Good
7 expert reviews:
80 The Canon Pixma TS8220 combines the company's superb six-ink photo and graphics output with new hands-free printing and several arts and crafts features, making...
— by PCMag
The Canon PIXMA TS8220 is a bad printer for small or home offices. It doesn't yield many black pages, so the black ink cartridge needs frequent replacement. Tha...
— by Rtings.com
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$760
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Brother MFC-J995DW ranks #20 out of 220. It is in the top 20%.
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8.3
Great
11 expert reviews:
80 The Brother MFC-J995DW is an entry-level office-oriented AIO with admirable output quality and, as a bulk-ink model, it costs a lot less to use than many of its...
— by PCMag
80 The Brother INKvestment MFC-J995DW all-in-one inkjet printer is a solid choice for most tasks, and delivers very low ink costs, though photo printing is inconve...
— by Tom's Guide
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$87.95
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Epson XP-4100 ranks #78 out of 220. It is in the top 20%.
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7.6
Good
6 expert reviews:
70 The budget-minded Epson Expression Home XP-4100 Small-in-One prints and copies well, fulfilling its niche as a low-volume family and home-office machine.
— by PCMag
58 The Epson Expression Home XP-4100 is an okay family printer.
— by Rtings.com
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$129.99 (used)
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HP Envy 5055 ranks #10 out of 220. It is in the top 10%.
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8.7
Great
12 expert reviews:
70 The HP Envy 5055 prints well and, if you sign up for HP’s Instant Ink subscription program, inexpensively, making it a good value for families and light-printin...
— by PCMag
The ENVY 5055 is easy to use, largely thanks to its touch screen design. It’s built to be widely versatile, from its connectivity options to the optional use of...
— by Nerd Techy
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$949.99
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Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5850 ranks #126 out of 220.
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6.6
Good
5 expert reviews:
90 The Epson EcoTank Pro ET-5850 AIO prints well and inexpensively, and it offers generous input capacity, lofty volume ratings, and two years of unlimited free in...
— by PCMag
90 The fast and flexible ET-5850 offers lots of features and extremely low ink costs, and makes high-quality prints in record time
— by Tom's Guide
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$94.88
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Canon Pixma MG3620 ranks #102 out of 220.
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7.3
Good
9 expert reviews:
71 The Canon PIXMA MG3620 is decent for family use. It produces good-looking photos with nice details, and colors look good, too.
— by Rtings.com
80 High image quality, fast scanning and fast color copying make the Pixma MG3620 a great option as long as you don't need extra features.
— by Tom's Guide
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$228.30
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Brother MFC-J491DW ranks #81 out of 220. It is in the top 20%.
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7.6
Good
4 expert reviews:
80 Brother's budget-priced MFC-J491DW inkjet all-in-one is a strong pick for homes and small offices that need only occasional output but would benefit from a buil...
— by PCMag
it’s fair to say the MFC-J491DW is an excellent choice for a small business or home office. It’s not intended for high volume print jobs, and it’s not intended ...
— by Nerd Techy
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$489.89
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HP OfficeJet 250 ranks #6 out of 220. It is in the top 10%.
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8.9
Great
Critic consensus:
The HP OfficeJet 250 is good for casual photos. Produced images have a decent amount of detail with impressively accurate colors. The printer lets you connect to USB, WIFI and Bluetooth from your laptop or computer. It's affordable to print photos, but replacing the color cartridge can get expensive, especially if you plan on printing in color a lot.
Praised for [17 points]
  • 90%
    WIFI-Enabled [9]
  • 80%
    USB Connectivity [8]
  • 80%
    Bluetooth Connectivity [8]
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Criticized for [5 points]
  • 60%
    Expensive [6]
  • 20%
    Lacks a USB Cable [2]
  • 10%
    Heavier than Most Laptops [1]
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