Top 5 Affordable Wireless Printers in the Market Right Now

#1: Epson Stylus NX625

Retailing for around $150, the Epson Stylus NX625 is one of the latest in a long line of quality and affordable printers in the Epson NX line. Put out as a replacement for the NX515, this printer is even faster and offers a paper tray holding 150 sheets, 50 sheets more than its predecessor. As an all-in-one printer, this machine prints, scans and copies, and it also scans to email and prints straight from memory cards. The quality of text and graphics is average for an inkjet printer. Reviewers cite this printer as good enough for all-around business tasks but unsuitable for high-quality photography printing.

Top 5 Affordable Wireless Printers in the Market Right Now

#2: Brother HL-2270

The Brother HL-2270 is a small and quick mono laser printer. Reviewers project that it will work well for very small businesses that do light printing or individuals who do a lot of printing. It sells for around $150 and has a 250 sheet input tray, making it ideal for those who don’t want to have to restock paper each time they print. It prints 11-12 pages per minute, and critics have noted its excellent text quality. Graphics and photo quality were rated only so-so, but that’s typical for a mono laser printer.

#3: Epson WorkForce 635

Priced at an affordable $99, the Epson WorkForce 635 is another quality budget printer suitable for a very small office that prints a little or an individual who prints a lot. This printer features an autodocument feeder and an autoduplexer, making it an exceptional choice for small businesses on a budget. Measuring 18″ by 14″ by 9″, this printer fits easily into small spaces. A touch control panel makes it easy to select tasks. Unfortunately for those interested in photography, photo printing is slow and mediocre on the Epson WorkForce 635.

#4: Canon PIXMA MX420

The Canon PIXMA 420 offers printing, scanning and faxing and, like the other printers on this list, is ideal for the micro office or the individual who does a significant amount of printing. Although it lacks a touchscreen, critics praise its well-organized panel controls. Its sheet tray holds only 30 pages, but it has a user-friendly panel that flips open so the user can clear jams easily. Printing speed for text averages a respectable 5-6 pages per minute, and speed picks up dramatically when the printer is in draft mode instead of best quality mode. Photo printing quality is above average. The PIXMA MX420 retails for $120.

#5: HP Officejet 4620

Listed at the low price of $99, the HP Officejet 4620 can print, scan, copy and fax. It prints between 7 and 8 pages per minute, and reviewers rate its overall quality as suitable for business. It has a sheet tray that holds 35 pages, which autofeed into the printer. Color photo printing quality is above average, and critics gave the HP Officejet 4620 an average rating on graphics quality. One drawback mentioned frequently in reviews was that this printer does not come with an ethernet connector, so users have no choice but to print wirelessly. If users don’t have a Wi-Fi connection, they can’t print.

Guest post contributed by John Sollars for StinkyInk.com, Visit the website to see their range of toner cartridges. John has extensive experience as a printing technician and enjoys sharing his insights.

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2 Responses to “Top 5 Affordable Wireless Printers in the Market Right Now”

  1. JaY Srivastava

    Oct 24. 2012

    I am Soon To Buy a Wi-Fii Printer in a day or 2 , so this article comes as a surprise to me, while searching on the net.

    Thanks Pulkit !

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  2. Nguyen

    Nov 21. 2012

    Before anything, very important thing to know what you’ll use the printer for. Is it for work or home, or both? Will it be primarily used for printing out word documents or spreadsheets? Does it have to be a jack-of-all-trades device? How much are you willing to spend, both on the printer and the ink/toner? Do you need to print in color or are black-and-white printouts just fine? Just decide and choose the best printer suits for you. Thanks for sharing the post and its very useful too !! 🙂

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