Best Inkjet Printers Windows Central 2019

While more and more things are done online through smartphone apps and other means, printing remains a reliable way of obtaining a physical copy of photos, documents, tickets, and other content. Inkjet printers are fast, they're relatively cheap, and they're ideal for ink-heavy prints. No matter your reason for going with an inkjet, we take a look at some of the best you can buy.

Budget all-in-one: Canon Pixma TS9120

Staff budget pick

Canon's Pixma TS9120 brings a compact all-in-one design for an affordable price. It handles photo and document printing, you can connect wirelessly or use the built-in SD card reader, and it has a five-inch LCD touch display for easy control over scanning and copying. If you need an inkjet printer that can handle it all, this is a great budget pick.

$70 at Amazon

Oustanding all-in-one: HP OfficeJet Pro 8720

Editor's pick

HP's OfficeJet Pro 8720 offers cheap, fast prints, as well as copy, scan, and fax functions. It works well for photos and documents, you can connect wirelessly, and it has a sizeable 4.3-inch touch display to keep everything in order. If you print a lot out, especially out of a small home office, this all-in-one is likely your best choice.

From $180 at Amazon

Portable printing: Canon Pixma iP110

While the rest of the printers in this roundup are best suited for a sedentary life, Canon's Pixma iP110 is a great way to print no matter where you are, especially when an optional battery is added to the mix. It puts out quality color prints, you can connect wirelessly, and it's small enough that you shouldn't mind taking it with you.

$150 at Amazon

Best for photos: Epson SureColor P600

Inkjet printers can be incredibly good at printing photos if you don't mind coughing up a large sum, which is exactly the case here with Epson's SureColor P600. A small, color LCD screen sits on the front of the printer for easy control, and you can even print 10-foot panoramas. Connect over Wi-Fi, Ethernet, or USB to ensure every device in your home can print great photos.

$673 at Amazon

If we're making some suggestions

When you're buying a printer, it's best to keep in mind that there's really no single option that fixes common issues that come with these devices. The best you can do is find a printer that fits your needs, gives minimal hassle during setup and management, and that doesn't cost too much to keep topped up with ink.

Canon's Pixma TS9120 comes at an attractive price, it works well for both printing photos and documents, and it has a built-in copier and scanner. The five-inch touch display makes it easier to keep tabs on print jobs, and you can connect wirelessly, with USB or Ethernet, or you can use a built-in SD card reader. Furthermore, you can grab full ink replacements for about $40.

If you print a lot, especially in a home office situation, HP's OfficeJet Pro 8720 is likely a better choice. It's fast, it can also scan and copy, but it brings fax functionality as well. It might take up more space and cost more money, but you'll be better equipped for a heavier workload. A full ink replacement kit costs about $46.

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