For some folks, the only printing they do is photographs, especially professional photographers, while others print only business documents, especially small offices and workgroups. Many consumers, though, reside somewhere in the middle, and require a printer that can churn out both documents and photos. Over the years I’ve looked at many photo printers that fit that description, ranging in price from well under $100 to well over $300, with several price points in between. Many of them print unbelievably good photos, often better than drugstore developer quality.
If you aren’t familiar with photo printers at all, you can get a crash course from this About.com “Near-Dedicated Photo Printers” article. Otherwise, for a look at some today’s better photo printers, read on.
Read the entire article at About.com.