Top 10 Printers To Buy

If You are looking for cheap and best printer then here we have shortlisted Top 10 Printers To Buy for this year.

10. Epson WorkForce WF-7210DTW printer

A capable and capacious A3 printer

Top 10 Printers To Buy
Top 10 Printers To Buy

Category: colour inkjet printer | Print speed: 18ppm | Paper capacity: 500 sheets | Paper size: up to A3 | Weight: 15.5kg
(Pro) Duplex A3 printing
(Pro) Deep paper trays
(Cons) Expensive ink
(Cons) No front USB port

It is not common for home-based printers that can handle A3 paper, but those that can automatically print on both sides of an A3 page are quite uncommon. One of these beasts is the WorkForce WF-7210DTW, and it does so very effectively. It’s amazing to print quality, be it a monochrome text or a glossy picture. Both Wi-Fi and NFC access are included in the long list of features, and the two paper trays will accommodate 500 sheets together.

9. HP Envy 5055 (5010 in the UK) printer

Home photo printing on a budget

Top 10 Printers To Buy
Top 10 Printers To Buy

Category: 3-in-1 colour inkjet printer | Print speed: 10ppm | Paper capacity: 100 sheets | Paper size: up to A4 | Weight: 5.4kg

(Pro) Low price
(Pro) Easy to use
(Cons) High ink cost
(Cons) Poor connectivity

This modest all-in – one can search and copy, but in the printing of images is its real strength. Frustratingly, for printing from a flash drive, there is no Ethernet cable, no USB port, and it churns very slowly, but the results are surprisingly good for such a cheap inkjet. The starter cartridges supplied are fairly light on ink, but if you replace them with high-capacity carts, the running costs are also reasonable.

8. Brother MFC-J5945DW Printer

Laser busting inkjet crams in the features

Top 10 Printers To Buy
Top 10 Printers To Buy

Category: 4-in-1 colour laser MFD | Print speed: 22ppm | Paper capacity: 500 sheets | Paper size: up to A3 | Weight: 21kg

(Pro) A3 capability
(Pro) High paper capacity
(Cons) Inconsistent prints
(Cons) Less economical than laser

This big brother blurs the line between home and office printer by integrating a laser machine’s quick print rate and high capacity with the superior inkjet photo finish. We would recommend it for both applications because the inkjet MFC-J5945DW can accommodate A3 paper even though it is smaller than the laser equivalent MFC-L8690CDW. There is really nothing that can’t be done by this completely equipped4-in-1 and it completes all functions satisfactorily.

7. HP LaserJet Pro M15w printer

World’s smallest laser printer is also one of the cheapest

Top 10 Printers To Buy
Top 10 Printers To Buy

Category: colour laser printer | Print speed: 19ppm | Paper capacity: 100 sheets | Paper size: up to A4 | Weight: 3.8kg

(Pro) Very small!
(Pro) Tempting price
(Cons) No duplex printing
(Cons) No display

This was the biggest laser printer around when we checked it and is likely to stay that way. The LaserJet Pro M15w is the ideal home printer in many respects, being as compact and affordable as an inkjet, yet with all the speed, reliability and accuracy of a laser. It succeeds in keeping and printing on one hundred sheets of paper at the acceptable 19ppm price. There is no duplex mode, unfortunately, and there is no screen, but it’s hard to argue at this cost.

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6. Samsung Xpress C1810W printer

Simple design, smart home printing

Category: colour laser printer | Print speed: 18ppm | Paper capacity: 250 sheets | Paper size: up to A4 | Weight: 16.6kg

(Pro) Wi-Fi and NFC
(Pro) Rapid print speed
(Cons) No auto duplex
(Cons) Not the fastest laser

The smart-looking laser printer from Samsung is designed for fast wireless printing with both Wi-Fi and NFC and is enabled by a sophisticated mobile app. Home space is a convenient size, but you can accommodate a valuable amount of paper and toner inside, making it ideal for a 40,000-page monthly cycle. It will not print both sides of the page automatically, but it has a manual duplex mode.