A mid-range multifunction, the MG5420 punches a bit above its weight class.$149.99 MSRP
This is a larger printer, but it will stand in to cover all the functions you have at the office in your home.MSRP
A multifunction with fantastic print quality, is only hindered by quickly-used ink.$279.99 MSRP
The Canon PIXMA MG3220 is a jack-of-all-trades, but master of none.$94.00 at Amazon
The Epson Artisan 1430 is a decent pro-photo printer with great software and media options.$272.99 at Amazon
The Kodak ESP 3.2 is a fairly mediocre entry-level printer.$99.99 MSRP
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The HP Deskjet 3050 is an entry-level printer with a slightly better than entry-level performance.$169.00 at Amazon
The HP Officejet 8600 is a fast office printer, but lacks detail.$349.99 at Amazon
The HP Photosmart 5510 works well as a family printer that supports network sharing, and a decent print speed.MSRP
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The Canon MX512 is a decent option for the price, but with a few drawbacks.$445.45 at Amazon
If you're looking for a pro photo printer, seriously consider the Epson R2000.$377.01 at Amazon
All things considered, the HP A536 is a fairly average printer with not-so-average printing options.$246.99 at Amazon
A small printer that can handle most of your on-the-fly photo printing needs with notably good performance.$300.00 at Amazon
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