The Best 10 Inkjet Printers

PCWORLD has just posted their version of the top 10 inkjet printers. The test for each printer was based on price (25%), print quality (20%), features (15%), ease of use (15%), speed (10%), service and support (10%), and cost of consumables (5%).

TOP 10 INKJET PRINTERS

Canon Pixma iP4200

Canon PIXMA iP4200 Photo Printer

“Fastest text printer here has lots of paper capacity and a duplexer for making two-sided prints. Glossy photos showed sharp details and vibrant colors.”

HP Deskjet 450wbt

HP DeskJet 450wbt Mobile Printer with Bluetooth Card (C8145A)

“Portable model is slow but makes printing on the go extremely convenient. Graphics print quality was very high; vendor rates the battery to last 350 pages. “

HP Deskjet 5740

HP DeskJet 5740 Color Inkjet Printer

“This no-frills model delivered high print quality overall, and it produced the sharpest line art we’ve seen from an inkjet.”

HP Deskjet 5440

HP Deskjet 5440 Photo Printer (C9045A#B1H)

“The 5440 printed very sharp text and attractive graphics on plain paper; glossy photos, however, looked grainy and lacked some details reproduced by other models.”

Canon Pixma iP90

Canon PIXMA iP90 Photo Inkjet Printer

“This speedy portable printer delivered good overall print quality; optional equipment for it can be pricey, though.”

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