Jul 23, 2020
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Now more than ever, with work and school shifting to home for the foreseeable future, what's the best home printer to keep you and your family productive? Is it one that’s versatile — able to copy, scan, fax and just generally do more than your average paper-pusher? Or would you prefer a fast home printer, able to complete the job before you’ve pulled your finger off the print button?
Maybe the best printer for your needs is one that connect to whatever devices you own. Or maybe it’s all of that. If you're going to spend hundreds on a new printer, it should do be able to perform multiple tasks, do them well, and do them reliably.
Below, I’ve outlined the best home printers for every conceivable need, from an overall workhorse to a photo-only printer. One thing to note, the availability of these printers and their associated refills can be a little inconsistent. With everyone trying to outfit their home office, demand has been high these past few months. You may have to keep checking back to get the device you’re looking for at the price you want to pay.
Best Overall Home Printer: Brother MFC-L3710CW
Best All-In-One Printer for Home Use: Epson Ecotank ET-3760
Best Inkjet Printer for Less Than $200: Canon Pixma G3200
Best Hassle-Free Inkjet Printer: HP Envy 6055 All-in-One Printer
Best Monochrome Laser Printer: HP Neverstop Laser Printer 1001NW
Fastest Color Laser Printer: Canon Color imageCLASS MF644Cdw
Best Photo Printer: Canon Selphy CP1300