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Best cheap printers 2021: cut-price printer options for home or office

With so many people now working from home and students preparing to head back to school, picking the best cheap home printer is essential. You may find that now you're not at the office so much, you're in need of a printer, but you don't want to spend a lot of money on one.

This is where our best cheap printers buying guide comes in. On this page you'll find honest and straightforward buying advice about buying a budget printer. 

After all, while you don't want to spend a lot of money on a printer, you won't want to buy a low-cost printer that lets you down with poor quality printouts and slow speeds.

That means that buying a budget printer can be tough, as there's a lot of choice out there, and you don't want to end up buying a cheap printer that doesn't do the job well. It'll just mean you've wasted your money.

Not only have we listed the very best cheap printers, we've also got a built-in price comparison tool that ensures you get the very best cheap printer deals no matter where you're shopping from.

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HP LaserJet Pro M15w Laser Printer: $108.99 at Best Buy
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So, we've compiled this list of the best cheap printers and made sure that every device on this page manages to offer both excellent print quality while keeping the price as low as possible. It's a tricky balance to strike, but by buying any of the devices on this best cheap laptop deals guide, you can be sure you won't be sacrificing image quality just to get a bargain.

One important thing to keep in mind when buying a cheap printer is that some manufacturers lower the price of the printer to entice people to buy, but keep the price of its consumables (such as ink cartridges) high, making their money back that way. This means some apparently cheap printers end up being quite expensive over the course of their lifetimes. We've kept this in mind while compiling this list of the best cheap printers.

One other thing to note is that due to more people than ever working from home, some of these printers are out of stock, so check out our constantly-updated stock checker below for some great alternatives that you can buy today.

1. Epson Expression Home XP-2100 printer

Pocket money printer with (nearly) all the key features

Specifications

Category: colour inkjet 3-in-1 printer

Print speed: 8

Paper sizes: A4

Paper capacity: 100 sheets

Weight: 4kg

Reasons to buy

+Very low price  +Compact design  

Reasons to avoid

-No auto duplex -Slow printing   

Epson’s entry-level all-in-one looks as smart as the rest of its stylishly simple Expression Home printers and it shares almost all the same features. It can print in colour using individual ink cartridges, scan A4 pages at high resolution and photocopy. Wi-Fi is built in for a network connection, or a Wi-Fi Direct link with your smartphone. It can print envelopes, glossy photo paper and hold a hundred sheets of A4 in its main paper tray. The only feature missing is auto duplex, which is a pity, but with Epson’s aggressive discounting, we think this model is well worth the money.

2. HP LaserJet Pro M15w printer

World’s smallest laser printer is also one of the cheapest

Specifications

Category: colour laser printer

Print speed: 19ppm

Paper capacity: 100 sheets

Paper size: up to A4

Weight: 3.8kg

Reasons to buy

+Very small!  +Tempting price

Reasons to avoid

-No duplex printing-No display

When we tested it, this was the smallest laser printer around and likely to remain so. Being as small and inexpensive as an inkjet, yet with all the speed, economy and consistency of a laser, the LaserJet Pro M15w is in many ways the ideal cheap printer. It manages to hold one hundred sheets of paper and print on them at the respectable rate of 19ppm. There’s no duplex mode, sadly, and no display, but at this price it’s hard to argue.  

Read the full review:HP LaserJet Pro M15w

3. HP Deskjet 2622 printer

Budget printer with two months Instant Ink

Specifications

Category: 3-in-1 colour inkjet printer

Print speed: 7

Paper sizes: A4

Paper capacity: 60 sheets

Weight: 3.4kg

Reasons to buy

+Instant Ink compatible     +Low price

Reasons to avoid

-No auto-duplex   -Combined inks

HP offers plenty of choice when it comes to all-in-one printers at this budget end of the market and this glossy white model is one of the cheapest. Nonetheless, it can print, scan and copy and offers both Wi-Fi and USB connectivity. There’s no auto duplex mode and printing is rather slow, but the design is quite compact and practical. Like some other low-cost inkjets, the three coloured inks are combined in the same cartridge, which is a slight disadvantage, but the black is a pigment ink which means more durable black and white printed pages. 

Sours: https://www.techradar.com/best/best-cheap-printers

Best Buy printers

Printer reviews that you can trust

Every year, Which? tests the majority of the latest printers from the biggest printer brands, including HP, Canon, Epson, Samsung, and Brother. Sometimes even the most trustworthy brand releases a printer that produces sub-standard prints and costs a fortune in ink. We highlight the best printers on the market and guide you to your ideal home use printer.

Our expert panel compares hundreds of prints, copies and scans to find the printers that'll do justice to your documents and photos, and our tests also identify the speedy printers that won't keep you waiting – essential when you need that 40-page report in a hurry.

We don’t just reveal the best - we also highlight the low-scoring Don’t Buy printers that fail to make the grade, so that you don’t end up with a dud that you’ll soon be keen to replace. 

Which? is independent – we work for you, the consumer, so you can be sure that our product recommendations are influenced only by our test results. We're not influenced by third parties and we don't accept freebies from product manufacturers or retailers. We buy all the products that we test ourselves, so our advice helps you to make the right choice first time and avoid costly mistakes.

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Dec 23rd, 2015 8:55 am
blindmoe[OP]
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Dec 23rd, 2015 8:55 am

[Best Buy] Best Buy Samsung Xpress Wireless Colour All-In-One Laser Printer(SL-C460FW/XAA)OP$399

Hope this is the right spot for this, came across this sweet little deal. Best buy beats any competitors price by 10%.
Walked in last night showed them this link

http://www.canadacomputers.com/product_ ... _id=064015

Picked up this printer for $179.99

Merry Christmas

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Dec 23rd, 2015 8:57 am
lifeisfuneh
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Dec 23rd, 2015 8:57 am

OP, price and retailer in the title PLEASE
Dec 23rd, 2015 9:00 am
JackWhyte
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:00 am

just a warning that if you buy a printer at cc, it's impossible to return once you open it (even if it's defective), so as the op states, use that price to pm at a more reputable place to buy printers like best buy.

p.s. I buy lots of pc equipment at cc, but just not printers.
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:03 am
blindmoe[OP]
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:03 am

I price matched at Best Buy, they also beat CC price by 10%.
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:10 am
cfanalyst
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:10 am

whats the diff between this and the one that's supposedly 479 ojn sale for 99 on boxing day @ CC?
Dec 23rd, 2015 9:20 am
JackWhyte
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:20 am

cfanalyst wrote: ↑whats the diff between this and the one that's supposedly 479 ojn sale for 99 on boxing day @ CC?
I'm not sure which model you mean, as I didn't see any colour mfc lasers in their flyer for $99.
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:22 am
cfanalyst
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:22 am

JackWhyte wrote: ↑I'm not sure which model you mean, as I didn't see any colour mfc lasers in their flyer for $99.
Sorry my mistake, I just saw the title, it's not colour.

http://m.canadacomputers.com/mobile/itemid/077729

How much are tonor replacements for this printer (color one)?
Dec 23rd, 2015 9:36 am
82
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Dec 23rd, 2015 9:36 am

Congrat! You now have a good looking Colour AIO with one of the highest cost per page rating. If you don't need NFC printing and the small footprint, Brother MFC-9135CN is a better option.
Dec 23rd, 2015 10:20 am
Fishbulb
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Dec 23rd, 2015 10:20 am

It appears the largest page size is 8.5*14?

No luck for 11*17? Thanks
Dec 23rd, 2015 10:30 am
JackWhyte
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Dec 23rd, 2015 10:30 am

82 wrote: ↑If you don't need NFC printing and the small footprint, Brother MFC-9135CN is a better option.
got a link at a similar price?
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Dec 23rd, 2015 10:44 am
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Dec 23rd, 2015 10:44 am

$199, you can use $20/$100 coupon to bring it down to $180, check the megathread.
http://www.staples.ca/en/Brother-MFC-91 ... CA_1_20001

FWIW, this Samsung 460 will be on sale for $179 during BD at Bestbuy, it has a scan-to-usb port, but scan-to-email is unlikely given the old fashion control panel. If you don't mind the high CPP or TCO, this is actually a decent buy. There will be a 2016 updated Canon ImageClass Colour AIO for $200 too, there is a touch panel so scan-to-email may finally be available on ImageClass.
Dec 23rd, 2015 10:52 am
blindemboss
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Dec 23rd, 2015 10:52 am

82 wrote: ↑$199, you can use $20/$100 coupon to bring it down to $180, check the megathread.
http://www.staples.ca/en/Brother-MFC-91 ... CA_1_20001

FWIW, this Samsung 460 will be on sale for $179 during BD at Bestbuy, it has a scan-to-usb port, but scan-to-email is unlikely given the old fashion control panel. If you don't mind the high CPP or TCO, this is actually a decent buy. There will be a 2016 updated Canon ImageClass Colour AIO for $200 too, there is a touch panel so scan-to-email may finally be available on ImageClass.
The Samsung 460 is also $179 at Staples during Boxing week.

Both Canon and Brother's always seem better built than many of the flimsy Samsungs.
So does the Brother 9130 scan to email?
Dec 23rd, 2015 11:15 am
ihearyou
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Dec 23rd, 2015 11:15 am

Brother 9130 does scan to email.
blindemboss wrote: ↑The Samsung 460 is also $179 at Staples during Boxing week.

Both Canon and Brother's always seem better built than many of the flimsy Samsungs.
So does the Brother 9130 scan to email?
Dec 23rd, 2015 6:06 pm
hug0ko
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Dec 23rd, 2015 6:06 pm

Can anyone recommend a reasonable priced Duplex+Color laser printer, single function is fine, multi-function would be a plus.
Sours: https://forums.redflagdeals.com/best-buy-samsung-xpress-wireless-colour-all-one-laser-printer-sl-c460fw-xaa-op-399-a-1887649/
Best Home Printers in 2021 - How to choose a Printer to print from the comfort of your home?

Samsung SL-M2020W review: A mini laser printer at an unbeatable price

The Samsung SL-M2020W monolaser printer works best for users with simple printing needs. This black-and-white printer is in it for economics and productivity, not creative performance or a cutting-edge design. That said, the Samsung SL-M2020W is a lot easier to set up than many competing printers, and it's got an impressive list of features, including Wi-Fi connectivity and the ability to print from iOS and Android mobile devices (including NFC compatibility for the latter).

The best feature, however, is the price. The SL-M2020W can be found online for as little as $65 in the US or AU$79 in Australia. (In the UK, the A4-friendly SL-M2022W version is available online for around £59.) That's 35 percent less than some of the best competing monolasers from HP and Brother.

Better than basic in a small package

The printer itself is really compact and works well in tight spaces like the corner of a desk or an office. The dimensions are 8.5 inches by 13.1 inches and it's only 7 inches tall (that's 21.5 x 33.2 x 17.8 cm), so it's bookshelf-friendly. The power cable that's included with the printer is fairly long, so you also have the option to keep it on the ground, away from view.

That might be a good idea, because this is not a printer that spent a lot of time in the design lab -- this little guy looks exactly like what people picture in their heads when they hear the word "printer."

You can connect a computer, tablet, or smartphone to the printer using either the provided USB cable, through a wireless connection partnered with a Wi-Fi router, or by tapping an NFC-enabled Android phone to the top panel for mobile printing. Don't worry, iOS owners; the SL-M2020W is AirPrint-enabled, too, so you can print from your iPhone or iPad over Wi-Fi. The printer is also CloudPrint compatible, meaning that it can print from any device running a version of Google's Chrome Web browser. (Each window has a small print button on the toolbar that combs your network for a device that will accept a Cloud Print connection.) And just to cover all of the mobile bases further, Samsung offers its own MobilePrint app on Android and iOS, too.

The desktop software you'll need to access the driver settings on Windows, Mac, and Linux machines is on the disc included in the packaging and available online if your computer doesn't have an optical disc drive. The software automatically installs an Easy Printer Manager to control settings and make custom profiles for different kinds of prints. You'll also notice the ability for IT professionals to monitor the printer using the manager as well. Finally, there's a big manual to guide you through the setup, but I suspect you won't need them as the installation process is very straightforward.

Connecting a printer to a wireless network can be a difficult handshake to establish, but the Wi-Fi Protected Setup (WPS) button on top of the printer really helps the process move along. If you have one on your router too, you can just hit both in succession and they'll do the rest of the heavy lifting.

Whichever method you use, automatic or manual, the printer can handle multiple connections from various sources with ease, and the software has a helpful job queue that shows your outbound prints.

The 150-sheet input tray provides the paper and can handle a variety of media types including all the standard sizes, card stock, recycled, labels, envelopes, and more. Its 150-sheet capacity is average for this price, though may find yourself refilling the stock fairly often if you have more than three people printing to the device at any given time. Additionally, I'm not surprised at the lack of a bypass tray at this price as well, so just stick with the paper types listed and you'll be fine.

If you're feeling especially green, you can set the option to print on both sides of the paper, though you'll need to feed it manually as the small size precludes an autoduplexer.

Performance

Samsung tops the speed of this printer at 21 pages per minute, which runs in line with our lab tests printing text documents. The quality of the toner cartridge also meets Samsung's positive standards, although expect to see some degradation in print quality if you select the economy printing option. I recommend the highest quality setting for presentation handouts, resumes, and important files, but the eco-print option is completely acceptable for most emails and other kinds of text pages.

Of course, you'll need to also keep in mind that the money pit for any printer is usually the consumables, and in this case it's obviously the laser toner. The printer uses Samsung model MLT-D111s black toner and each cartridge can print approximately 1,000 pages, but here's the red flag: the cartridge will cost you almost as much the printer itself ($50 USD, AU$69, or a somewhat less out-of-scale £35).

At the same time, Samsung also bundles plenty of eco-friendly features into the printer that should keep the toner police away for a little longer: the driver features an Eco Drive setting that engages to save 20 percent of toner with the option to skip blank pages, remove photos, and print multiple pages on a single sheet of paper.

Alternatives

Don't forget that this is a monochrome printer, so we're talking black ink documents only -- that is email messages, driving directions, boarding passes, movie tickets, and so on. If the plan is print out full-color photos, then forgo the laser section altogether and check out the inkjets -- colors are separated into individual cartridges and are therefore equipped to display more detail in your prints. Around here, we like the Canon Pixma MG6220 and its Pixma MG linemates.

In the laser realm, the closest Wi-Fi alternatives in this ultrabudget range are the HP P1102W and Brother HL-2270DW . Both are more expensive -- around $99, or £82 or AU$95 for the HP, and £186 for the Brother, which is not available in Australia. The Brother adds duplex (dual-sided) printing, but at the expense of a larger footprint and considerably fewer features (no AirPrint, CloudPrint, or NFC).

In other words, the Samsung remains a compelling deal, all around.

Conclusion

If you don't need color output or extra scanning and copying features of larger and pricier all-in-ones, the Samsung SL-M2020W delivers a capable laser printer in a compact package with an impressive roster of advanced features for an unbeatably low price.

Sours: https://www.cnet.com/reviews/samsung-xpress-m2020w-review/

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