Inkjet printers have evolved far beyond home and student use; our top-ranked models are fast, full-featured office workhorses that compete well with the lowest-cost color lasers -- even on cost per page
Ranging from $100 to $230, these inkjet printers from Canon, Epson, and HP differ in speed, print quality, paper capacity, and features. In addition to whether you need Wi-Fi or wired Ethernet or just USB, consider whether you'll sacrifice print quality for print speed. Also consider how much you're willing to spend on ink: costs per four-color page range from about 7 cents to nearly 20. Most of all, think about where print quality is most important for you: text, graphics, landscape photos, or photos of people. You can't have it all.
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